After a not so yay experience with Hot Heads – Chilli Chicken flavor, I decided to try their Barbeque Pepper Noodles because they at least sound interesting.
These are second in line and are supposed to be “hot” according to the packet.
Priced at Rs 20/-, interestingly it is cheaper by 2 bucks compared to another Hot Heads flavor. Let’s see their worth.
Cooking instructions as on the packet- add noodles and tastemaker to boiling water (1.5 teacups; 210ml). Cook for 2 minutes in an open pan. Stir occasionally.
The seasoning had a strong peppery aroma with bits of dried onion in it, true to its name. And the noodle block looks exactly like the original Maggi masala, which is a good thing according to me.
The noodles themselves are not so spicy but they do have an intense pepperiness which hits you in the first bite itself. And true to its pictorial representation, it does have a strong yummy onion flavor. The noodles do have a good crumble to them however they do not make for a pretty picture.
I would still stick to the original Maggi masala noodles over the Hot Heads – Barbeque Pepper noodles.
Get these noods here – Maggi Hotheads Noodles, Barbeque Pepper, 71g (Pack of 10)
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