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Maggi Recipes to Cook While Staying in PG

Maggi Recipes to Cook While Staying in PG

Maggi masala recipes are part of every Indian household. All of us have grown up and loved these Maggi recipes – be it the plain Maggi noodles recipe, Cheese Maggi, Egg Maggi or our own versions of it. Even after growing up, Maggi is your BFF if you live in a PG or hostel, especially on days you’re broke.

Now if you live in a Stanza Living’s residence, you don’t have to worry about eating Maggi for five days a week. Our delicious, homely meals will make sure you don’t go to bed hungry. But if you live alone and have to cook or order your meals, these easy-to-cook Maggi recipes will save your day. Honestly, what would have happened to us if Maggi was banned forever?

Easiest Maggi Recipes

10 best and easiest Maggi recipes are:

Bored of eating Maggi for breakfast, lunch, dinner? Try some home-style meals in our Stanza Living residences across the country.

Maggi Bhel

We bet you haven’t heard of this Maggi noodles recipe before. Maggi Bhel is nothing but dry roasted Maggi with some puffed rice/bhel, peanuts, onions and tomatoes. Add the tastemaker and some chilli powder on top. Some ketchup to bring it all together. This will take you to the streets of Bombay while you’re in the comforts of your room.

Chilli Cheese Maggi

You must have heard of the good old Cheese Maggi, but you can take it up a notch with this Maggi recipe. Heat some oil in a pan, fry some onion and green chilli, and add some cheese, Maggi and tastemaker. Add some water to the mixture. You can also add any other veggies you want for a cheesy bowl of Maggi with vegetables. Add some grated cheese on top for the final presentation, and you’re Masterchef ready.

Deep-Fried Maggi

If you’re a fan of the regular Maggi masala recipe, then we’ll do you one better. You have to try this Maggi recipe for yourself to understand how good it tastes. And it’s super easy too. Make your Maggi really dry, and when done, deep fry it in any vegetable oil of your choice. It’s greasy and yummy – exactly how comfort food should be (though the morning after might not be as comfortable).

Maggi Sandwich

Haven’t heard of the Maggi sandwich? Well, it tastes better than most other sandwiches so you’re missing out on something. How to make it? Just cook your Maggi slightly drier, or else it’ll make the bread soggy (ew, right?). Then make a sandwich however you like and add the maggi to it. And fall in love at first bite. A bowl of Maggi or a simple sandwich might not make you full, but their combo surely will.

Chicken Maggi

You love Chicken and you love Maggi. So why not mix the two? You just need these ingredients – a packet of noodles and some leftover chicken. If you don’t have the latter, you can chop some sausages too. Make your maggi the usual way and add the chicken towards the end. And it’s done. Now you can show someone how actual Chicken Maggi is made, instead of making the Chicken Maggi flavoured noodles.

Maggi Salad

If you’re all about the healthy life but also love your instant noodles, this Maggi recipe is for you. Break the raw Maggi into small parts. Make yourself a nice bowl of salad with your choice of veggies. Add some salt, pepper, chat masala, lemon juice. Finally, add the maggi pieces and mix it all well. You have yourself a completely new maggi recipe, and you didn’t even need to turn on the stove.

Chinese Maggi

This version doesn’t need too many ingredients. Just make the noodles as you would do normally, but remember not to add the tastemaker. Drain the excess water. In a pan, saute some ginger-garlic, spring onions, and carrots. Add some soy sauce and ketchup for the desi Chinese twist. Finally, add the cooked Maggi and cook for a minute. And tell us if it doesn’t taste exactly like streetside chowmein.

Egg Maggi

To make yourself a nice bowl of egg Maggi, boil a cup of water and add Maggi and the packet of tastemaker to it. Let the Maggi cook, and add a couple of beaten eggs to it. Some butter, too. You can even cook this for dinner for a special someone, if you don’t know how to cook, and are too broke to order in.

Vegetable Maggi

This Maggi noodles recipe with veggies will change your mind about those “boring” greens. You can either make this using the plain Maggi masala recipe or their new Yummy Capsicum flavor. Just boil some water, add Maggi and peas to it. Fry some onion, tomato, capsicum, and chilli in another pan and add the cooked Maggi to the mixture. Put some spices according to your taste, and voila. Maggi with vegetables takes us to the mountains, but with this recipe, you can bring the mountains home.

Maggi Soupy Noodles

This soupy version is super-easy to make. Boil some water and add the tastemaker, some salt, turmeric, black pepper. Add the star ingredient – Maggi. Boil it for a while and lower the flame, and then add some ketchup, or a packet of Knorr tomato soup. Let it simmer. Garnish with coriander if you want, and serve. You can also add some croutons or dip a breadstick, for some fine dining feels.

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