>A few variations to the Maggi without Masala:

As the water is boiling put the masala (ie ajwain, little red mirchi, salt) then put one medium sized tomato chopped, spinach leaves chopped.
For a minute or so let these veggies boil in the water.

Then add the maggi noodles stir it, let it heat for 3 minutes.
Put some oregano leaves (usually you might have left over Dominos packets) on top once you switch off the stove.

This makes it quite healthy with tomato and spinach leaves which provide the fibrous content.
A few days ago at my friends house I put some black olives instead of spinach leaves, thats cool too!!

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  • >That Sounds like Italian and Chinese collaboration. But I am sure it tastes yummy. You should try it with chaat masala. It is Mind Blowing!!!

  • >Why cant we use normal noodles here .. is maggi neccessary ? Manishhttp:www.jagoinvestor.com

  • >2 Manish Naaah Normal Noodles are hopeless. Maggi Rocks!!!

  • >Maggi would still cook faster. Normal noodles need to be first boiled and then strained. The tomatos, masala are first sauteed then I put normal boiled noodles in it.Normal noodles are not made in water like maggi 🙂 hence they take longer to cook.In fact there are many diff ways of cooking noodles….

  • >thats quite an interesting recipe..im surely going to try it.. you should consider posting it on the maggi fansite, http://www.meandmeri.in.

  • >wow, what a recipe…im going to try it asap. i was going through the maggi fansite, http://www.meandmeri.in, and saw some awesome recipes there, you should check it out.

  • >pranay and dhruv, thanks for your comments. I was planning to check out the maggi fan site.. will do it soon.