Food & Recipes

Meri wali Maggi!!!

Maggi!!! Meri wali Maggi…My love for Maggi never dies, enjoying since I was 4 or 5 years old. Even now once a week it’s must for me…

All these years, Maggi has lot of stories to relate. It’s synonym to Meri wali Maggi or Hubby wali Maggi or Hostel wali Maggi or Mummy wali Maggi or Dadiwali Maggi or Office wali Maggi or Thele wali Maggi or Ghomne wali Maggi or Gossip wali Maggi or Jhatpat wali Maggi or Chai wali Maggi or Sad mood wali Maggi….Over the years my craving for Maggi never faded. The original Maggi Masala, all time my favorite. This “the dish” liked by all age groups, all geographies.

Definitely, who all reading by blog would have Maggi stories to relate…

Here comes the Recipe for Meri wali Maggi…
Ingredients
1 small Amul butter cube
1 small chopped onion
1 small topped tomato
2 small chopped green chilies
1 small glass water
Salt to taste (Maggi masala already has salt content, I prefer not adding more salt)
1 small Maggi Packet

Add butter cube in pan. When butter starts to melt, add onion and chilies. Let it be little tender, then add tomato, wait for 2 minutes. Once they are semi cooked, add crunched Maggi. Fry it for 5 minutes.

Add water and Maggi masala powder. To give tinge of yellow color, you can add pinch of haldi powder. Let them boil. Cook till water vanishes. If you want to make soupy noddle, you can add more water. Your tasty yummy Maggi is ready.

To add more spice you can garnish with finely chopped onion and coriander leaves. Sprinkle some chat masala. Serve hot.

Finally Meri wali Maggi is ready!!!

@Little Mermaid

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