There is no denying that Maggi is our ultimate comfort food. It is hard to even imagine how many people have satisfied their midnight cravings with it. This instant noodle has been always been a part of our lives. So, in a time when fusion food has become all the rage, how could Maggi stay behind? After all, sticking with the classic recipe of masala Maggi can become monotonous. Keeping that in mind, an Instagram food page has shared a "guide" for five Maggi recipes that can be prepared in not more than 10 minutes. It features a wide variety of tastes, and you are bound to find your favourite. Let's take a look at them.
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1. Spicy Maggi
While the original masala Maggi is fine, we often have the tendency to add chilli flakes and spicy sauces to enhance its flavour. But in this recipe, you will need to saute some garlic, spring onion, chilli flakes, red chilli powder, sesame seeds, soy sauce, chilli sauce, and Maggi masala in oil. Once done, add boiled Maggi on top of it.
2. Mushroom Aglio Olio Maggi
Aglio Olio Pasta has been a favourite for many. So why haven't we thought of preparing it with boiled Maggi? This recipe follows the same route, but with a twist. It spreads its charm with the help of mushrooms and cheese. When they fuse together in the recipe, it gives a creamy texture to it all. You can also add chilli flakes and oregano according to your taste.
3. Korean Maggi
Want a burst of flavours in your mouth? Look no further than this Korean Maggi recipe. Chances are really high that this recipe will become your all-time favorite. Unlike any other recipe, this one follows the path of pasta preparation. You need to first prepare the sauce and then add boiled Maggi to it. The end result is creamy and extremely delicious.
4. Desi Bikaner Maggi
Now, this can be called an authentic food experiment. In this, you directly put raw Maggi in hot oil. While serving, you need to garnish it with aloo bhujiya. If you are someone who prefers a crunch in your food, then you will definitely like this recipe.
5. Scallion Ginger Chilli Oil
This recipe appears to have taken its inspiration from Japanese ramen and our beloved aglio olio. All the ingredients are taken in a bowl, and on top of that, you have to pour hot oil. Once you think the ingredients are sauteed, add boiled Maggi to it and mix well.
Try out these delicious Maggi recipes and let us know which one turned out to be your favourite in the comments below.