8 Maggi recipes with a twist for your everyday cravings at the PG
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), ½ cup finely chopped onions, cabbage and capsicum, 3 boiled potatoes, chilli flakes, salt, maggi masala and oil.
Step 1: Boil the maggi noodles with one teaspoon of oil but without the maggi masala.
Step 2: Take a bowl and mash the potatoes. To it add the finely chopped onion, cabbage and capsicum. Further add chilli flakes, maggi masala and salt to the mixture.
Step 3: Add the boiled maggi noodles to the mixture prepared in step 2 and mix the whole thing gently.
Step 4: Take the mixture in hand and make balls out of it. Keep the balls on your palm and press them to give a flat shape.
Step 5: Take oil in a pan and fry the cutlets till they turn golden brown.
Step 6: Enjoy your crispy cutlets with some tangy tomato sauce.
Maggi Spring Rolls
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), ½ cup paneer cut into small cubes, ½ cup finely chopped onions, cabbage, carrots and capsicum, salt, oil, maida, maggi masala and green chillies.
Step 1: Take the maida, add 1 tablespoon oil, salt to it and with the help of lukewarm water knead it into soft dough. Once done, keep it aside for some time.
Step 2: Take oil in a pan and add finely chopped onions to it. Once the onions turn golden brown, add the other vegetables to the mixture.
Step 3: Add boiled maggi noodles, maggi masala, salt and chillies to the mixture and allow it to cook for some time.
Step 4: Make small balls out of the maida flour and roll it into a thin round shape.
Step 5: Add the prepared mixture to it and roll it over.
Step 6: Take oil in a pan and fry the rolls till they turn golden brown.
Step 7: Cut them into bite size pieces and serve with some green chutney.
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), besan, ½ cup diced paneer, ½ cup diced onions, maggi masala, green chillies, salt, coriander leaves and oil.
Step 1: Boil the maggi noodles and add them to besan. Add a little water to this mixture in order to form a thick paste.
Step 2: Add the diced paneer, onions, maggi masala, salt, green chillies and coriander to this mixture.
Step 3: Heat oil in a shallow pan for deep frying.
Step 4: Make small balls out of the mixture and deep fry them in the oil till they turn a beautiful golden-brown.
Step 5: Serve the hot pakoras with some hot maggi chilli sauce.
What you need: Maggi (1/2 packet), 2 eggs, finely chopped onions and tomatoes, chilli flakes, oil, salt, maggi masala and coriander leaves.
Step 1: Boil the maggi noodles without the tastemaker and allow them to cool a little.
Step 2: Break 2 eggs into the noodles, add the chopped onions, tomatoes to it. Further add the chilli, the salt and the maggi masala.
Step 3: Mix the whole thing to perfection.
Step 4: Take oil in a pan and spread the mixture in a round shape on it.
Step 5: Cook it till both the sides turn bright golden.
Step 6: Serve it with love.
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), 2 eggs, maggi masala, salt, chilli flakes, 2 boiled potatoes, ½ cup finely chopped onion, coriander and oil.
Step 1: Boil the maggi without the tastemaker and allow it to cool for some time. Add eggs and maggi masala to it and make round patties from it.
Step 2: Keep the patties in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes so that they can set easily.
Step 3: Take a bowl and add mashed potato to it. Further add finely chopped onion, salt, chilli flakes and coriander to it.
Step 4: Make small tikkis out of the mixture in Step 3 and fry them till they turn golden-brown. Keep them aside.
Step 5: Take the maggi patties and fry them on both the sides till they also turn golden brown.
Step 6: Fix your aloo tikki between two round maggi patties and enjoy your maggi burger.
Maggi in pesto sauce
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), basil leaves, a few cloves of garlic, salt, maggi masala, handful of walnuts and olive oil.
Step 1: Boil the maggi noodles and strain it through a colander to remove the water.
Step 2: Add 2 table spoons of olive oil to the noodles so that they do not stick together.
Step 3: Take the basil leaves, garlic cloves, walnuts, salt, and maggi masala, and grind them together to make the pesto sauce. Further add ¼ cup of olive oil to this sauce.
Step 4: Toss your noodles in the pesto sauce and enjoy some pasta in Indian style.
Maggi crusted chicken wings
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), chicken wings, maggi masala, all-purpose flour, salt, eggs and oil.
Step 1: Wash the chicken wings and pat them dry.
Step 2: Take the all-purpose flour in a bowl, add salt and maggi masala to it. Further add water to it to make the mixture thin.
Step 3: Beat two eggs in a separate bowl and add maggi masala to it. And in a third down break down the magic noodles to small pieces.
Step 4: Heat oil in a deep frying pan.
Step 5: Take your chicken wing and drop it in the all-purpose flour mixture.
Step 6: After this drop the wing in the eggs mixture and coat it evenly.
Step 7: Take the wing and roll in it the bowl with the un-cooked maggi noodle pieces.
Step 8: Carefully drop the maggi-crusted wing into the hot oil.
Step 9: Fry the wing till it turn crispy golden-brown.
Maggi mutton keema
What you need: Maggi (1 packet), mutton keema, finely chopped onions, tomatoes, garlic, ginger paste, salt, maggi masala, coriander leaves and oil.
Step 1: Heat oil in a pan. Add finely chopped onions along with garlic and ginger paste and cook it till the mixture turns golden brown.
Step 2: Add tomatoes to the mixture. Further add the keema to it and cook till it turns brown.
Step 3: Add salt and maggi masala to this mixture.
Step 4: Boil the maggi noodles without the tastemaker in a separate pan.
Step 5: Add the boiled noodles to the keema and mix evenly.
Step 6: Garnish it with some chopped onions and coriander.
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