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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Maggi Fritters


"School se jab bhi ghar pe aana ek hi bat hai dohrana Maggi Maggi Maggi, aur ma kehti hai bas 2 minutes". Remember ????? Oh it's reminds me of my childhood. I think most of us loved it when we were kids, and my hubby still loves it and me too. Whenever in need of quick snack, pop open a Maggi. This Nestle product is popular in around 10 countries. In India only, they are available in many many flavors like aata noodles, veg.chow mein (my favorite), dal noodles, sahi pulav, curry, lemon, tomato etc etc, but most popular is masala flavor.

These fritters are super-duper crunchy from outside and soft from the inside. The fried Maggi noodles gives awesome crunch, and Maggi Masala in filling give a little Maggi flavor. One can use any noodles like Top Ramen, or Marucham.

Ingredients:-


  • 3 Potatoes, boiled and grated
  • 1 cup Mixed Vegetables, finally chopped and boiled
  • 2 Maggi noodles
  • 2 Maggi Masala Pouch
  • 1 Garlic Cloves, grated
  • 1 tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 1 tsp Pav Bhaji Masala or Garam Masala
  • 2 tbsp Juwar Flour or Whole Wheat Flour
  • 2 tbsp Green Onion, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 1 tsp Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • All Purpose Flour

Method:-

1. In bowl, mix potato, vegetable, garlic, maggi masala, red chili powder, pav bhaji masala, juwar flour, green onion, salt, oil, and lemon juice very well.

2. Cook maggi noodles in boiling water. Please do not cook the noodles completely, but make sure they don't stick together.

3. Make small balls of potato mix. Cover each ball with noodles. When you cover the balls, press a little hard so noodles stick to potato bills.

4. Coat with dry all purpose powder and fry until noodles are golden brown on medium high heat.

5. Serve hot with Maggi ketchup.

Enjoy...


This is my entry to Magic Bullet Giveaway Contest, hosted @ Fun and Food Cafe.

35 comments:

Seema said...

This ones totally new to me! Maggi Fritters.. Innovative idea! Congrats on yet another award!

Priti said...

UR maggi fritters making me feel very hungry...pic is so nice and love your garnishing...and Congrats for your award

Cham said...

Hmmm, neat idea Madhavi, they look yummy ur fritters :) Love ur presentation!

SriLekha said...

wow... new recipe with noodles!

notyet100 said...

thnks for this sweet award,..willpass it soon,..btw maggi friiters look yum,..nice entry for the event...:-)

Shreya said...

maggi fritters.. great innovation.. never knew this.. awesome.. congrats on the award...

Madhavi said...

Thanxx Seema :))

Thanxx Priti :))

Thanxx Cham :))

Thanxx Srilekha :))

Thanxx Notyet100 :))

Thanxx Shreya :))

Kitchen Flavours said...

Hi, Maggi fritters looks yummy. I saw making of this in one local cookery show but never tried it out. But i now i will try this. Thank you so very much for the award. This is my very first award dear. But i have a doubt, what i have to do now, can i copy the award to my site? or what is the procedure. Hope iam not disturbing u. As this is my first award iam bit nervous. lol

Madhavi said...

@ Kithchen Flavors... I am making it since long long long time. BTW which cooking show you are talking about ???? May be I am not the only one to thought about the idea.. !!!!!


You have to copy award and follow the instructions.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Hi, I saw it on ETv2 Sakhi program where renowned cook Vijaya Rao was judging the program and one of the house wife made it with leftover cooked maggi in one episode. But she did not add veggies in it. I apolozise. Anyways thanks again for the recipe and award.

homecooked said...

Wow....this is new! Loved the dish.

Laavanya said...

This is very different Madhavi - fried maggi must taste really good. Congrats on your award and thank you so much for passing it to me.

Jayashree said...

I've somehow never learnt to like Maggi noodles, but I absolutely agree with you that they are the quickest to make when in a time crunch....so hubby and daughter get to eat it whenever Iam in no mood to make bkfst.
This fritter does seem like a delicious idea, though. Would love to try it out some time.

srikars kitchen said...

wow... new recipe with noodles!

Looks really yummy & delicious

bhags said...

yeah that song....sar ke bal reh saktein hain, 2 min rukh saktein hain....:)
that maggi fritters looks yummy

Illatharasi said...

New recipe for me... wonderful presentation, too creative:)

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

wow .. awesome, never thought we could make fritters with maggie.

Suma Rajesh said...

hey madhavi..looks awesome....v too still luv maggi and that would be our dinner...will surly try this one day and let u know...very creative idea...congrates on ur awards..u deserve even more dear..

Shubha said...

congrats.... ur a sweet person and always be like that.. u deserve each and every award in ur award list...:)

and i loved the maggi fritter jald hi banaoongi.... I am still on a break.. pata nahi when i will start bogging again...:d hope its soon

mitr_bayarea said...

maggi fritters look so cute, very nice and creative, keep it up.

Divya Vikram said...

Madhavi..I have no words..how could u be sooo creative..I can have anything smelling like maggi!

paresh said...

thanks for detailed procedure.

easycrafts said...

Nice idea of maggi fritters...congrats on the award

Usha said...

A very unique idea,great presentation,looks yummy :)

Purva Desai said...

Maggi Maggi......
Its my favourite too......
Fritters looks really tempting :)

Madhavi said...

Thank you so much to all of you for ur lovely comments..Love u all !!!

Purva Desai said...

Wishing you Happy Friendship Day :)

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Meera said...

I remember that, mummy bhookh lagi hain!!! Bus 2 minutes!!:-D

Very creative!

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Vidya said...

Hey Madhavi... This seems so new and interesting...am gonna try this!! :)

Michele said...

Hey I was so excited to see Maggi in someone's recipe! It reminds me of my childhood growing up in Saudi Arabia as an expat. Great presentation - nice picture!

pranay said...

hey wow!! amazing recipe...you must share this on the maggi fansite, www.meandmeri.in...

Mansi said...

oh! this is such an innovative idea! Maggi is a fav in most Indian households, and I love how the flavors mingle in this unique creation:)

Thanks for sending it in Madhavi!:)

Shruthi Hebbur said...

awesome recipe. awesoem taste madavi. we all like dit...very nice innovation. my mom used to do with semiya. but maggi noodles is more tastier