Check out these five types of Maggi which will make you fall in love with it!
Firstly, Maggi doesn’t just take 2 minutes to cook! That’s a very hefty lie! Nonetheless, Maggi has been for the majority, a nice evening or midnight snack or a Sunday breakfast! So why should we actually consume just the prosaic Maggi all the time?! Why not add some spices, some magic to it- as what Indian cuisine is known for it will turn out to be great
So here are the top 5 types of Maggi you should try cooking:
1. Masala Tadka Maggi
It is simpler than you think! Just chop some tomatoes, onion, capsicum, and corn. Fry it with garam masala and butter and then add your Maggi the normal way and just slip in a cheese slice. Cover the Maggi and take off the lid and meet the lovely aroma! Garnish it with lemon juice!
2. Paneer Maggi
Yes! For this, you need two pans. In one make the gravy grated paneer and the other prepare Maggi but make sure it is doesn’t soak up all of its water. When your grated paneer is ready (make sure it’s semi-liquid), add the Maggi in that pan. Mix, mix, mix! And there you are ready with paneer Maggi! A nice midnight eatery, isn’t it?
3. Egg Maggi
For the people for whom egg sounds an inseparable part of their diet, then egg Maggi works for them too! Again prepare the plain Maggi and water sure it is on slow flame. In a small bowl, beat one egg, add salt, red chilli powder, and chopped green onion and mix well. When the Maggi is semi-cooked add this mixture to it. Mix and cook it for a little longer, and hey it’s done!
4. Tomato Maggi
Are you a person who has prefers tangy foods? Then this may work for you!
Prepare a packet of Maggi in a pan as usual. Take two tomatoes, boil them in hot water for 10 minutes at least, and after cooling down, peel them and crush them in a mixer (basically, make tomato puree). Add a pinch of salt and chilli powder to this puree and half a spoon of mayonnaise and mix it whole with the semi-cooked Maggi. Let it cook for a while and voila! It’s ready!
5. Cheese and Corn Maggi
This is as easy as it sounds! All you have to do is grate in cheese when you prepare your Maggi and mix in roasted corn (roast the corn in a bit of oil for a few minutes)! And add in a pinch of black pepper!
You are all set!
So these are some quick, easy recipes you can try to make your ‘Maggi time‘ a bit more different!