The main selling point for Maggi Veg Atta noodles is that it’s made from whole wheat flour thus the fiber content is supposed to be higher compared to regular masala Maggi.
This is the “healthier” version of original Maggi masala and has additional dehydrated vegetables in the the seasoning sachet. Double the cost original Maggi noodles at Rupees 20/-. Hmm.
Cooking instructions as on the packet –
- Break the noodle cake into four parts.
- Add noodles and tastemaker to 1.5 tea cups (225ml) of boiling water.
- Cook for 2 minutes in an open pan. Stir occasionally. Do not drain remaining water.
The aroma is similar to original Maggi masala. Additionally, it contains what looks like dried onions, dehydrated carrots, peas and French beans. Impressive.
The atta noodles have a good crumble, very different from the regular Indian instant noodles. They even taste wheat-ish! The noodles soaked up the water nicely with an even coating of the seasoning. Vegetables dehydrate fairly well, but what I liked best were the onions.
I am sticking to the original. Healthy is not for me I guess.
Order online here – MAGGI Veg Atta Noodles, 80g each (Pack of 10)
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