2 Maggi Recipes With An Interesting And Innovative Twist

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We all love our bowl of soupy Maggi Noodles, but it’s also true that at times, it does get boring. This definitely does not mean that we don’t love it anymore; we do, but just wish for a little twist.

A few days back I read about innovative recipes that can be prepared with Maggi noodles and this came as the answer to cut-down the boredom. So, in this article, we have rounded up two such recipes that will soon become a fav with your kids.


Maggi aloo tikki @TheRoyaleIndia

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This Maggi Masala Tikki recipe is a great way to utilise your leftover noodles and convert it into decadent tikkis with just a handful of ingredients in merely 10 minutes.


Maggi masala tikki ingredients @TheRoyaleIndia
  • Boiled Maggi Noodles – 1 packet

  • Boiled Potatoes – 2

  • Onion – Finely chopped

  • Carrot – Boiled

  • Breadcrumbs

  • Oil – 5 tbsp.

  • Ginger-Garlic Paste – 1 tbsp.

  • Salt to taste

  • Chat Masala – 1 tsp.

  • Coriander – Finely Chopped


  • Boil a packet of Maggi as per the instructions on the packet

  • Take a bowl and mix boiled and grated potatoes along with the boiled Maggi

  • Now add carrots, onion, breadcrumbs, ginger-garlic paste, coriander leaves, chat masala and any other vegetables of your choice to this mixture

  • Mix all the ingredients well and shape it into long or round tikkis

  • Shallow fry on a tawa or deep fry in a deep pan

Maggi aloo tikki recipe @TheRoyaleIndia

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Tip: For that extra zing, try sprinkling the tikkis with a little Maggi masala (tastemaker)

2. Maggi Spring Rolls

With the goodness of paneer and vegetables, this Maggi recipe is a truly healthy delight for your kids.


Maggi masala spring rolls @TheRoyaleIndia

For the dough:

  • Maida (White Flour) – 1 cup

  • Oil – 2 tsp.

  • Salt – To taste

For making stuffing:

  • Maggi Noodles – 1 packet (Boiled)

  • Cabbage – ½ Cup (Shredded)

  • Paneer – ¼ Cup

  • Green Peas – ¼ Cup

  • Capsicum – ¼ Cup (Chopped Lengthwise)

  • Coriander – Finely Chopped

  • French Beans – ¼ Cup

  • Green Chillies – 2 (Finally Chopped)

  • Tomato Sauce – 2 tbsp.

  • Salt – To Taste

  • Oil – For Frying


Maggi spring rolls @TheRoyaleIndia

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  • Take white flour in a large bowl and add salt and oil into it

  • Using lukewarm water, knead it into a soft and smooth dough

  • Keep it aside for about half an hour.


  • Heat a tbsp. oil in a pan and add ginger paste along with green chillies and sauté for a while

  • Now add French beans and green peas, cook covered for about 2 minutes

  • Toss in cabbage and capsicum, sauté for a couple of minutes

  • Now add black pepper, paneer, boiled noodles, tomato sauce along with coriander and mix well

  • Keep aside and let it cool

How to prepare wraps

  • Divide the dough into 14 equal parts and make small balls out of each part

  • Roll each ball into a thin roti (about 5-6 inch diameter)

  • Place the roti on a sufficiently warm tawa and roast lightly on one side

How to stuff the rolls

  • Prepare a thick batter (paste) of maida

  • Keep the inner side (the unroasted side) on top and place about 2 tbsp. of the stuffing

  • Spread the stuffing evenly (avoid the corners)

  • Now make tight rolls and once done, fix the edges of the rolls using the maida paste

  • Deep fry the rolls on a medium flame in enough oil


  • Fry till golden brown and take out on an absorbent paper

  • Serve with tomato ketchup or any other sauce of your choice

Maggi spring rolls recipe @TheRoyaleIndia

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  • For a healthier version, you can either shallow fry the rolls on a thick bottomed pan using 2 tbsp. oil or bake in an oven (at 200 degrees C) for an oil-free version

  • For a quick recipe, you can get readymade spring roll sheets

It is so rightly said that if variety is the spice of life, the experimentation and innovation that goes with Maggi always results in something so yum and finger-licking.

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