If you’ve gotten bored of the regular noodle variety and want to go back to the chilli oil phase, we’ve got the answer for you.
Remember the craze for the Korean chilli oil noodles that were a rage on the Internet? Of course, how can anyone forget these super-easy five minute noodles? After all, they were one of the easiest and best hacks to spruce up the boring bowl of noodles. These hot and spicy noodles have a garlicky flavour and the spring onions and garlic have a certain crunch to them. In India, the penchant for noodles is unmatched. From authentic Asian restaurants to street-side food stalls, everyone is making noodles in their own way. You would hardly find anyone who doesn’t like slurping on a hot bowl of noodles during monsoon. Usually, maggi is synonymous with the concept of instant noodles in the country. Right from the hostel kids who devise ways to cook maggi with a hot kettle to those hawkers who carry their stoves at the top of the hill, only to serve us with pahadon wali maggi.
The immense love and emotion attached with a packet of noodles seems to be quite insane, right? Maggi is a lovable go-to snack to satiate evening hunger pangs and the heart. It is quite interesting how a brand has become really attached to the idea of eating quick noodles. People make these quick noodles in their own ways. Some add chopped vegetables to it while some other spruce it up with all kinds of condiments. However, there are other patrons who like to eat their maggi plain and without too much addition from outside. Now, in case you’ve been thinking about the once-upon-a-time trending chilli oil noodles, do not fret. You don’t really need noodles to make them.
Got maggi at home? Perfect, because home chef Alison has the recipe for making chilli oil maggi. Oh yes, you read it right. It is easy-to-make and ready in a jiffy. Want to try it? Here’s the detailed recipe so don’t wait up.
Chilli Oil Maggi