How many times a week do you eat food from outside is a question to ask by every individual to himself or herself. When I ask the same question to myself the only answer I get is “more than what I eat at home”. This increases the chances of illness plus you end up spending lot of money & time behind the same. So I have managed to find a solution for myself to avoid all such consequences and that is “Maggi“. Maggi is back with a bang, which had been savior for many people staying away from home. Small packet of Maggi costs just 10₹, takes only 2 mins to cook & is more hygienic compared to food you eat outside. Now how many days would you eat same maggi all over again and again, if someone is a maggi maniac like me then he/she would eat that for life long. But for others I have curated an array of my secret recipes which will satisfy all the taste buds in coming months.
Here goes the first one which was made by me when I had discovered Maggi for the first time during my late 11. Basic ingredients like Dhania(coriander), onions & garlic are always available in kitchen and that’s what my first maggi was made up of. I call it Maggi all’ Dhania , dhania being a dominating flavour in the dish.
- Maggi – 70gms(uncooked)
- Onion – 1 nos
- Garlic – 3 cloves
- Coriander – 10gms
- Butter – 5gms
- Finely chop onions, garlic & coriander.’
- In a pan add butter, saute garlic followed by onion.
- Add flavorful stock(double the quantity of maggi) & let it boil, later add Maggi followed by Magic masala inside the packet.
- Cook till well done, finish with a spoon of butter and freshly chopped coriander.
- Check seasoning and serve hot along with chopped coriander & fried garlic.
Note: Any trimmings of vegetables can be used to make stock, so collect all the trimmings for the day and simmer it along with water. Strain & your vegetable stock is ready to be used.
“P.S – I love Maggi”