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What is cheese Maggi?

Instant Maggi noodles, when combined with the goodness of cheese, bring put a totally different flavour that is so rich and drool some.

The slight hint of garlic adds a great flavour and little heavy cream gives an awesome texture to the noodles. Cheese Maggi deserves a try because it is

Recipe for kids
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Let’s talk about the Ingredients for Cheese Maggi

Cheese Maggi… as the name suggests, calls for

Maggi noodles
These noodles are easily available at each and every grocery store.

Cheese (obviously) and other ingredients
I have used some processed cheese along with some cream. Apart from that garlic has been used because a hint of garlic compliments the cheese flavour.

How to make Cheese Maggi

1. Boil Maggi noodles : In a pan boil 3 cups of water. Bread and put 1 pack of Maggi noodles in it. Let it boil for 2 minutes. Strain the boiled noodles and keep aside.

Tips:You may drizzle few drops of oil on the boiled and strained noodles. This would prevent them from sticking.


2. Sauté garlic and onion : Heat 1 tsp oil. add 1 tsp butter. Add 2 chopped garlic cloves. Sauté for 20 seconds till the raw smell goes. Add 1 small chopped onion and cook till translucent.


3. Add cream and noodles : Add 2 tbsp heavy cream and cook on low flame for 30 seconds. Add boiled noodles. Add 1 tsp Italian seasoning and maggi masala. toss to mix everything.


4. Add water or milk and cheese : Add 2 tbsp milk. Add 2 tbsp grated processed cheese. Cook for 1 minute. Check seasoning and consistency.


5. Bon appétit : Garnish with little oregano and grated cheese and serve hot with two slices of garlic bread


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