This recipe is about how to make street style maggi masala. I love maggi a lot. Mostly I used to make maggi by just boiling it in water as it takes less time but since I discovered this recipe, it’s so easy and quick to make fried maggi. You don’t even need to boil the maggi separately in water and then mix it with the other fried ingredients. That’s why it’s less time taking.
I have used tomato and green peas in vegetables but you can add any veggies of your choice like carrots, capsicum and cabbage. Also I have used only the maggi masala came with the maggi but to make it more spicy you can add some more maggi masala which is easily available in the market.
Some people boil the maggi separately in water and them mix it with the fried vegetables to avoid the sogginess, but if you use this recipe to make maggi masala trust me you don’t need to boil the maggi separately as it won’t become soggy.
You can also add fried egg at last if you like the taste of it. Also to increase flavour, you can add a tablespoon of butter at last. It will definitely increase it’s flavour.
Some people also like to add tomato ketchup in the maggi but I don’t like the taste of it in the maggi so I don’t add it.
Hope you like this masala maggi recipe from my kitchen. Please write in the comment section what do you think of this recipe and share it with your family and friends. Enjoy!
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Detailed recipe with step by step photos –
- Heat oil in a pan. Add green chillies and onion to it. Fry it until translucent on medium heat.
- Add tomatoes to it. Cook it until soft.
- Add green peas to it and mix well. Cook it for a minute or until it becomes soft.
- Take maggi masala, turmeric and garam masala in a small bowl. Add water to it and mix well. Add this to the veggies and mix well.
- Add hot water and salt to it. Mix well and boil on high heat.
- Add maggi to it and mix well. Stir continuously until it becomes dry.
- At last add coriander leaves to it and mix well.
- Turn off the heat and serve hot. Bon appetite!