January 21, 2010

Maggi Noodles

Maggi Noodles

Maggi 2 minute noodles, well known for instant noodles. …..every one’s favorite…..and I remember my intermediate days and college days….my sister and my self used to eat magi like anything. For me my first noodles are maggi noodles only. May be after 2 years, I have tasted Indo-Chinese noodles. From then even to make Indo-Chinese noodles I use maggi noodles.

I got bored of just boiling noodles with some maggi noodles masala and all and tried this simple Maggi noodles in different ways. Here is my favorite way of maggi noodles in Indian style.


Maggi Packet – 1
Chopped Veggies
Carrots and beans – ½ cup
Spring onions – 4 or 5
(Chop spring onion whites and greens and set separately)
Green chilli – 2 or 3
(Finely chopped)
Maggi Noodles masala – 1 packet
(Includes in the maggi packet)
Salt – to taste
Oil – 1tbsp


Take a big vessel, add plenty of water and bring it to a boiling point. Then add maggi noodles and cook for 2 or 3 min and drain the water. Now put drained noodles under running water, sprinkle 1 tsp oil and set side.

Now take a kadai, add oil, when it is hot enough add Cumin seeds ( optional), when they splutter, add chopped green chilli, and then chopped carrots, beans and fry for 3 or 4 min with little salt.

Now add Spring onion whites and fry for 1 min.

Now add maggi masala, mix well.

Now add boiled maggi noodles.

Mix nicely, add spring onion greens and let it fry for 2 min high flame.

Serve immediately.


Bhavana said...

I make similarily...the only difference is that i dissolve the masala in few drops of water, to it i add red chilli sauce, tomato ketchup, 2-3 drops of soy sauce and a little bit, maybe a pinch of garam masala and then add it to the vegetables...it tastes really yummmyyy... same procedure can be applied to any other instant noodles also...such as smith and jones. wai wai etc...

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