It is time to try the spiciest flavor of Hot Heads range – the Green Chilli Noodles!
No Indian meal of mine is complete without a freshly plucked green chili added to the side. So excited to try this flavor!
Few months back Nestle launched its new sub brand of instant noodles – Maggi ‘Hot Heads’ in 4 exciting – Piri Piri, Barbeque Pepper, Chilli Chicken and Green Chilli.
Priced at Rupees 20/-, again costlier than the original Maggi masala. You think it will be worth it?
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.
Love the pop of color!
OMG. The seasoning has such a scary aroma if I may say so. You can smell the nasty green chilli from half a mile away! This has me very excited.
Hmm. Maggi is really confused with the meaning of “spicy” or do they think we can’t handle some heat? Again, this flavor is just decently spicy. Apart from that, there is really no other flavor to it. So its bland and spicy. Go figure.
Also the cooked noodles looked unspectacular with tiny bits of green chili in it. Texture of the noodles is average. You need to up your game Maggi. We can take on more heat than this for sure!
Get them noods here – Maggi Hotheads Noodles, Green Chilli, 71g (Pack of 10)
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