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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Soupy Maggie Noodles

Tried and nibbled Maggie noodles from the divergent belt of mores, but none can beat the taste maker of Indian Maggie noodles. Kick of sour tang, punch of spicy flavor is what always let me down in noodles resulting in disillusion of choices, maybe this is the reason why my hands are always on the Indian masala Maggie noodles considering its minimal taste in spices and perfect makings of noodles with any blends of veggies. I usually love the cotton soft and gentle spirals that melts quickly in my mouth, curls with amazing mild piquancy, savoriness and loving taste of garlic and flavorsome cilantro balances well with sliced onions and other set of refreshing veggies of course

It almost reminiscent of mama where she always presents different possible variations with this gift-able piece of eatable. Mama have always flabbergast me with her laudable cooking knack by adding bountiful amount of cheese or thin strips of potatoes and sometimes in the form of soup. I simply love heavenly Maggie noodles with whichever way it is served! From all forms, this recipe is the jewel in the crown as it is relished by my hubby dearest too. Hence, I decided to share this simple and most quick recipe with you, hoping you too become its fan soon. Keep sharing this recipe and gather fame for the most yummy noodles "Maggie masala noodles". It is one of the quick and healthy pack vegetable dish, Indian Maggie Noodles are so versatile and can be topped with so many toppings to make a good meal. No extra pots to wash, fast and delicious. Amazing isn't it!

Soupy Maggie Noodles Recipe

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
Serves: 2 persons

1 cup Maggie noodles, uncooked
1 sachet Maggie masala noodles, already available within the packet
1 small cup chopped capsicum
1 small onion, thinly moon sliced 
A little dash of green peas, as per your likings
1/2 small cup of finely chopped carrots
2 cloves of finely chopped garlic
Chopped cilantro, garnishing purpose
1/2 teaspoon sugar 
Salt to taste

  • In a non stick pan, add 1 cup of water with green peas and chopped carrots with a dash of salt. Allow the veggies to boil.
  • As the elements soften, add sliced onions with 1 cup of Maggie noodle, sachet of Maggie taste maker and a little salt as per the taste. Add 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and finely chopped garlic, leave it to cook for about 8 minutes on a medium heat until it turns fluffy.
  • Add sliced capsicum and cover the pan. Cook for another 5 minutes. Add water only if needed. Garnish with chopped cilantro and serve hot! I prefer soupy noodles but you can burn the gravy and enjoy the way you like. Enjoy the happy hours of food!

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