9 Mouth Watering Maggi Recipes With A Twist Because It’s A Sunday + Maggi Kinda Day


A get together with friends? Maggi. Late night binge watching? Maggi. Home alone and don’t know what to do? Maggi. Miss maa ke hath ka khana? Maggi.

Maggi has been the answer to almost all the questions in our lives. In fact, it has become a part of our staple food now. When Maggi was banned, so many hearts were broken and so many kitchen cabinets stayed empty. But when the good news was announced, everyone happily welcomed Maggi back in their lives and their cabinets.

We have always known and had the two minute Maggi. But it’s time to give it a twist. Here are seven Maggi recipes that have been cooked with a twist only to get the best out of it. Check it out:

Cheese &  Corn Maggi 


How to make it:
Boil the Maggiggi noodles and add a pinch of salt to it along with the tastemaker provided in the packet.
Add the corn and let it cook for 2 mins.
Add some grated cheese to it and wait until the water is completely absorbed.

Chilli Maggi 

This one’s for all those who love to relish the Indo-Chinese delicacies.


How to do it:

Boil the Maggi, however, do not use the tastemaker.
While your Maggi is being cooked, heat oil in a pan, add chopped garlic and onion.
Once it turns translucent, add capsicum and saute for a while.
Then add tomato and chillies.
Once the tomato and chillies become mushy, add the soya, tomato and chilli sauce and mix well.
While the mixing the cornflour with water in a pan, make sure no lumps are formed.
Now add the Maggi tastemaker and add the boiled Maggi to the mixture.

Maggi Masala Tikki

Don’t know what to do with the leftover Maggi? Make some delicious tikki.


How to do it:

Boil the Maggi, add the tastemaker.
While Maggi is being cooked, boil the potatoes.
Grate the boiled potatoes and mix it with the noodles.
Add any veggie of your choice along with salt, ginger or garlic paste, chat masala and coriander leaves to the dry mixture.
Mix everything well and give it the shape you like.
Deep fry or shallow fry the tikki and serve it hot.

Maggi Stuffed Omelette


How to do it:

Boil Maggi, add a pinch of salt and the tastemaker and keep it aside.
Break eggs in a bowl, add milk, red chilli powder .
Heat oil in a pan and pour the egg mixture in it. Cook it well from both the sides.
Once cooked, place the cooked Maggi on the omelette like a semi-circle.
Fold the omelette from one side to cover the noodles.
Serve it hot with ketchup.


Maggi Bhel


How to do it: 

Roast the Maggi noodles until they turn golden brown and once they cool down, crush them with your hands.
Mix tomato ketchup with the Maggi tastemaker and water and keep it aside.
In a big bowl, combine the onion, tomato, green chilli, boiled potato, peanuts, the tastemaker mix, sugar, salt, red chilli powder, raw mango and lemon juice together.
You can then add the murmura, roasted noodles, nylon sev and coriander leaves.
Mix it well and it’s ready.

Chicken Maggi 


How to do it:

Boil the Maggi and add a pinch of salt along with the tastemaker.
Cut the chicken into small pieces.
Heat oil in a pan, add chopped onions, ginger-garlic paste and the chicken pieces.
Add salt if required, add chicken to Maggi and mix well before serving hot.

Baked Maggi With Corn And Cheese 


How to do it:

Boil the Maggi and add a pinch of salt, boiled corn to it along with the tastemaker.
Half-cook the noodles and then turn the gas off.
In a greased baking tray, pour the noodles and add the mozzarella and cheddar cheese to cover it completely.
Place the baking tray in a preheated oven for 5 mins at 150 degrees and you’re done.

So, which one of these are you going to try today?