Four New Flavors From Maggi #Maggimasalasofindia



Last week when maggi launched four new limited edition flavors Amritsari Achari, Super Chennai, Bengali Jaal and Mumbaiya Chataka was really excited and looking forward to taste all four noodles at the launch party and masterclass. 

When it comes to maggi I'm a huge fan of this brand. We regularly prepare maggi noodles, use stock cubes, masalas and soups and have already posted so many recipes using maggi noodles and maggi products. 



Why masalas of India?
India is so richly diverse, a land of countless cultures, festivals, languages & above all many cuisines. Each with its own signature created by use of unique herbs & spices particular to its region. Inspired by this culinary diversity, MAGGI has created this special range of Masala Noodles, aptly christened MAGGI Masalas of India so you get to explore flavours from across the country, in just 2 minutes.


Chef Zaheer Khan created one fusion and one traditional recipe using mumbaiya chataka noodles and bengali jaal noodles. The first dish chef prepared was teriyaki chicken with mumbaiya-chataka-noodles and Spicy Bengali jaal.


What caught my attention was all four noodles are vegetarian its whole wheat noodles and limited edition. Chef Zaheer said its a complete meal when cooked and served with chicken and vegetables.

Amritsari Achari Masala Noodles is packed with pickle spices for a tangy Achari experience. Spices like coriander, cumin, kalonji and red chilli enhance the flavor and taste of this noodles.

Bengali Jhaal Masala Noodles contains Panch Phoran which is a mix of 5 different spices widely used in every Bengali's kitchen to season many dishes specially fish curries and mutton curry. 

Mumbaiya Chatak Masala Noodles contains spices like cloves, kasuri methi, star anise and cinnamon. This spice blend is widely used in mumbai for masala bath a rice dish and pav bhaji.

Super Chennai Masala Noodles has a distinct flavor of sambar powder, mustard seeds and curry leaves which is seasoned to prepared vegetable curries and one pot rice based porridge recipes. 

Price of each Pack: Rs.20/- for 73g 
Available across all local stores, groceries and online stores in India.

Also visit www.maggi.in for more information.



All the four noodles has that perfect chewy consistency mildly spicy, its definitely worth a try.



Triyaki Chicken Noodles:
250 Grams Chicken Breast
1 Tbsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Soya Sauce
1 Inch Ginger
Shredded Carrots 
Lettuce Leaves
1 Packet Mumbaiya Chataka Noodles.
3 Tbsp Sesame Oil
1/2 Tsp Dry Roasted Sesame Seeds
Salt as per taste

Method:
Chop chicken into bite size pieces marinate with chopped ginger, soy sauce, sugar and salt.

Heat a fry pan with oil and fry the chicken in oil until well done.
Cook noodles as per package directions and top the with chicken and garnish with lettuce and carrots and sesame seeds...Serve hot...Enjoy :)




Bengali Jaal:
1 Packet Bengali Jaal noodles
1 Tbsp Roasted Peanuts and bengal gram
2 Sprigs curry leaves
1 Tbsp Chopped Onion
1 Tbsp Chopped Cucumber
1 Tbsp Pomegranate seeds
1 Tbsp Chopped Tomato
Sesame oil 
Sev or Farsan(Mixture)
Salt as per taste.

Method:
Cook the noodles as per package directions. Heat a pan with 2 tbsp oil add curry leave, roasted bengal gram and fry for a minute add to cooked noodles. Mix the chopped veggies garnish with sev and pomegranate seeds and serve.



After enjoying chefs master class bloggers were divided into two groups and got to cook our version of dishes using the new flavors. Our chose to prepare Moussaka using Mumbaiya Chataka noodles...


The out come was superb everyone enjoyed the moussaka which had a tomato and white sauce layered with grilled eggplant and cheese and baked to perfection.


Team Two had their version of maggi with burger. Over all we enjoyed taste testing, cooking and learning new recipes thanks to @nestle and @Maggi for making our day special.

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