Maggi Masala Noodles with Spinach Review – Mishry (2023)
Maggi Masala Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach is super delicious and has an inviting masaledaar aroma.
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Taking its Nutri-licious product line further, Maggi has introduced its newest Maggi Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach. Infused with handpicked spinach, how delicious and nutritious are these noodles? Appearance, taste and texture, how different are these from regular maida-based noodles?
Our Maggi Masala Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach review covers all the details on parameters like taste, texture, ingredients, appearance and more.
Is this new product worth trying?
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Maggi Veg Atta Noodles with Spinach – Quick Glance
A quick glance at the product details of Maggi Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach :
|Maggi Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||72.5 gm|
|Calories (per 72.5 gm)||266 kcal|
|Shelf Life||9 months|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
|Mishry Ratings (on 5)||4|
Our Review Factors
What do we expect here? We expect these instant noodles to be nutrient-dense and have a cleaner ingredient list as compared to regular maida-based noodles. In addition, the tastemaker must showcase a balance of flavors. We were looking for spinach in terms of flavor and appearance.
The following section covers explanation on the review parameters for Maggi Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach :
The whole and soul of any instant noodles is the taste maker. Infused with different spices, does it have a warming flavor? Is it spicy or perfectly balanced?
Coming to the noodle block, these are made using atta and dehydrated spinach. How different do they taste from regular instant noodles? Does the addition of spinach add a unique flavor here? Does wheat add earthiness?
These noodles are made using 80.5% of whole wheat (atta). Does the addition of whole wheat affect the overall texture? How is the bite post cooking?
The tastemaker has different components – carrots, toasted onions and veggies. Are these crunchy? How well do they retain their texture post cooking?
In addition, does the tastemaker dissolve easily?
3. Nutri Label
Here we examine the ingredients of both – the noodle block and taste maker. The highlight of these noodles is that they are infused with spinach. What is the percentage of spinach used here? Any preservatives, additives or added flavors used?
How different is the nutrition profile as compared to a regular pack of instant noodles?
4. Other Supporting Parameters
We also examined the packaging, price and shelf life here.
We tried two flavors from Patanjali’s Atta Noodles range – Chatpata & Classic. More details on each flavor here.
Maggi Veg Atta Noodles with Spinach – Detailed Review
In the following section, we have shared our entire experience with these atta noodles with spinach.
Price + Packaging
These spinach noodles come in a green and yellow color pack. Our review pack has a net weight of 72.5 gm. Priced at Rs. 28, it has a shelf life of nine months.
Aroma + Appearance
The block of noodles is green in color, while the tastemaker is yellowish. In the first glimpse, we could spot a lot of carrots and onion flakes. There were also noticeable specs of cumin and green specs of coriander present in the tastemaker.
The aroma is quite masaledaar. We loved it!
Noodles: Wheat flour (atta – 80.5%), Palm oil, Wheat gluten,. Iodised salt, Dehydrated spinach (1.2%), Thickeners (508, 412), Humectants (451 (i), 452 (i)), Acidity regulators (501 (i) and 500 (i)) and color (141 (ii)).
Masala tastemaker: Majorly the masala tastemaker contains Mixed spices (24.4%) (Onion powder, Coriander powder, garlic powder, Red chili powder, turmeric powder, Cumin powder, Aniseed powder, Red chili bits, Ginger powder, Black pepper powder, Fenugreek powder, Cumin, Capsicum extract, Compounded asafoetida, Green cardamom powder, Star anise powder, Cinnamon powder, Clove powder, Nutmeg powder, bayleaf, Black cardamom powder, Coriander extract, and Cumin extract).
It has other components including Toasted onion flakes (Onion (13.8%) and corn oil), Refined wheat flour (maida), Sugar, Carrot bits (9.4%), Iodised salt, and Toasted onion powder (onion (6.3%) and corn oil),
Additionally, Thickener (508), Palm oil, Flavor enhancer (635), Yeast extract powder, Dehydrated kasuri methi leaves, Starch, Acidity regulator (330), Mineral and wheat gluten are also a part of the seasoning mix.
May contain milk, oats and soy.
A single pack of 72.5 gm of these veg atta noodles with spinach contains 266 kcal of energy, 6.3 gm of protein, 4.0 gm of fiber, 566.4 mg of sodium and 4.42 mg of iron.
On the contrary, a single pack of 70 gm of regular Maggi has 299 kcal of energy, 5.6 gm of protein, 2.5 gm of fiber, 4.8 mg of iron and 820.6 mg of sodium.
Though there is no major difference in the caloric values, the fiber content is better than classic masala Maggi. Also, sodium is lesser as compared to regular Maggi. In terms of the iron content, surprisingly, a regular Maggi has a marginally better value.
How We Made It?
We followed the same instructions as mentioned on the pack. For our preparation we added 225 ml of water, boiled it and then added the noodle block and tastemaker. Allowed it to cook for three minutes. And voila! The noodles were cooked to perfection.
Taste & Texture
Our cooking experience with these noodles was pretty easy. The noodles cooked up well in the mentioned time frame.
Coming to the taste, we loved every bit of these noodles. These are not spicy to the point that you might have to rush to get yourself a glass of water, but have a lovely warming spiciness that come from khada masalas. Not to forget the super-yum onion flakes and carrots which taste fresh and have a light crunch. These are added generously. These noodles are nor rubbery, chewy or squidgy. They have a nice bite to them.
If you have tried the original atta noodles from Maggi, you will not find any major difference in the taste. The presence of spinach does not bring in a unique turn, flavor-wise.
- The vegetables taste fresh.
- Generous amount of carrots and onion flakes.
- The onion flakes were super tasty.
- The noodles have a nice bite.
- Easy cooking process.
Craving for a warm bowl of noodles? Mid-night cravings? Try out these veg atta noodles with spinach and thank us later.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Maggi Veg Atta Noodles (Spinach).
Instant noodles are processed. Adding whole wheat flour does not make it healthy but it does make it slightly better nutritionally. Moreover, it contains palm oil, yeast extract, flavor enhancer and acidity regulators which are not considered to be nutritious and best if limited for occasional consumption.
A 72.5 gm pack of these noodles contains 4.42 mg of iron and 4.0 gm of fiber.
Yes. These noodles do contain onion and garlic.
These noodles contain no MSG. However, it does contain yeast extract that is popularly used as an alternative to boost the taste of packaged foods.
These noodles have a shelf life of nine months.
Maggi Veg Atta Noodles With Spinach is a sure shot comforting bowl of noodles. The fresh and crunchy vegetables, warm Indian spices and the balanced flavors made us wanting more. We loved every bite of this Maggi.
Have you tried these spinach noodles by Maggi yet? If yes, how was your experience? Tell us in the comment section.