Maggi Noodles recipe is a quick and tasty Indian-style dish popular across the country. This Maggi masala noodles recipe is one of the easy instant dishes made with vegetables, eggs, chicken, paneer, and even without them. The recipe here is prepared with fresh vegetables, Maggi masala tastemaker, and coriander leaves in a pan on the stovetop. This dish is appetizing, finger-licking and they can be perfect for breakfast, quick after-school snack, or kids lunch boxes.
About Maggi Noodles
Maggi Noodles is a simple, and instant Indian breakfast or quick snack dish. These Maggi noodles are usually prepared with the Indian seasonings, fresh vegetables, spices and herbs which impart a unique taste and flavor to the dish.
Even though there are many noodle dishes popular across India, this Maggi masala noodles are famous for their instant cooking. And it is one of the common dishes one can find in street food stalls, restaurants, and households of India. Its simplicity and easy-to-make variations made this dish popular with most Indian families, and a great hit among kids.
While the instant masala Maggi noodles require only 2 minutes(according to the package instructions) to prepare the entire dish, it can also be made with a twist with different ingredients. And it may need little extra minutes according to the recipe list what we prefer. For instance, these masala noodles can be made with vegetables, eggs, chicken, paneer, or even with Chinese sauces where the process takes more time than the 2 minutes package claim.
Overall, these Maggi noodles are definitely a tasty quick snack or even a meal for sudden hunger pangs. And the best part is, you can modify the recipe according to your craving and the way you like. However, I would not recommend these noodles for breakfast or snacks on regular basis, and it should be fine to try once in a while to satisfy your cravings.
Variations in Maggi Masala Noodles
Masala Maggi noodles are one of the quick dishes that have a lot of variations. You can modify these Indian-style masala Maggi noodles in plenty of ways with the ingredients that are available at home. There is no one certain method when it comes to Maggi noodles. In other words, the process and ingredient list of the dish differs according to individual preferences and their family needs.
For example, in street style version people like to add cheese, coriander, mint chutneys along with the tastemaker which gives a unique flavor and taste to these noodles. You could also find Maggi masala noodles in the forms of momos, pizzas, noodle Manchurian, Pakoras, and what not! At the same time in the homestyle version, people like to add their favorite veggies and masalas to make their dish a bit healthy and nutritious.
You may also try this Maggi noodles recipe with paneer, eggs, and chicken to add protein to your noodles. This masala Maggi noodles recipe is not only limited to Indian style but also the Chinese version. Yes, you could also add your favorite Chinese sauces while seasoning these noodles to enjoy a different flavor and taste.
Similarly, you could also make Maggi masala noodles soup with or without eggs, chicken, and vegetables. This Maggi noodles soup makes a perfect comforting food, especially when you crave hot and spicy foods. And of course, it also gets ready in few minutes which you could relish with a bowl of Oven-Roasted Chicken or similar other dishes.
How to make this vegetable Maggi noodles recipe?
The recipe I have shared here is a simple Indian-style Maggi noodle with vegetables and without eggs. And the quantity yields to three people. In this section let us see how to make/prepare this vegetable masala Maggi with easy step-by-step instructions below.
To prepare this vegetable masala Maggi, first I seasoned the mustard seeds and green chilies in oil. Then I sautéed the onions until they turned soft. Once they turned soft, I have mixed in the tomatoes and allowed them to turn mushy.
Following that, I stirred in all the vegetables for 2 minutes or until they turned slightly soft. Then I added the Maggi tastemaker and gave a good mix. After mixing, I poured in the water and allowed it to boil for 1 minute. And then added the Maggi noodle cubes and gave a slight mix. And I did not add salt to this masala noodles recipe as the tastemaker by itself has a lot of sodium in it.
After giving a mix, I closed the pan with the lid and cooked for about 3 minutes in low heat. Once the time passed, I have opened the lid and gave a quick mix. Finally, I garnished it with coriander leaves and served it warm with tomato ketchup.
This instant Vegetable masala noodle is best when consumed fresh and warm. As far as I know, instant dishes do not stay good and fresh for long hours, so personally, I don't recommend it to store in a refrigerator or freezer. And I suggest making it fresh and serve warm immediately to your family and loved ones. But with the leftover Maggi noodles, you can feel free to make cutlets, stuffed Maggi omelets, spring rolls, bread balls for a quick evening snack.
This Indian-style vegetable Maggi masala noodles taste great on their own but you can also serve it with Veg and Non-Veg Sides of your choice. It makes a perfect non-veg combo with Chicken Manchurian, Spicy Garlic Chilli Chicken, Chilli Chicken 65, or even with Simple Egg Scramble. While for the vegetarian platter, it makes a complete meal with Tofu Chilli, Tofu golden Nuggets, Cauliflower 65.
Looking for different breakfast recipes to cook for your busy mornings? Then you could also check this collection of Indian Vegetarian Breakfast Recipes to enjoy with your family and loved ones.
Vegetable masala Maggi noodles recipe video instructions
I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe below and I believe that will help you to prepare/make a tasty and quick dish at home. You could also find the vegetable masala Maggi noodles in story format for a quick reference of this recipe.
- ¼ cup Oil
- 1 tsp Mustard Seeds
- 3 Green Chili, slited
- ¼ cup Carrots, chopped
- ¼ cup Mushroom, chopped
- ¼ cup Green Beans, chopped
- ¼ cup Peas
- ¼ cup Onion, chopped
- ¼ cup Tomato, chopped
- 3 piece Maggi Noodle
- 3 pack Tastemaker
- 2 cup Water
- Coriander Leaves, to garnish
To Prepare Vegetable Masala Maggi Noodles
- In a pan with medium heat, pour oil and add mustard seeds. green chili and allow it to splutter
- Add onions and saute until they turn soft
- Now add tomatoes and saute until it turns mushy
- Add the carrot, mushroom, green beans, peas, and stir fry for 2 to 3 minutes
- Now add the Maggi tastemaker and give a nice mix
- Add water and allow it to boil for 1 minute
- Now add the noodle cubes and immerse them in the seasoned water
- Give a gentle mix to break the noodle cubes for the noodles to cook evenly
- Close the pan with the lid and cook for 3 minutes on low heat
- Open the lid and mix the noodles gently
- Finally, garnish with coriander leaves and the Vegetable masala Maggi noodles is ready for you to taste and enjoy
- Serve this delicious vegetable masala Maggi noodles with ketchup, veg or non-veg dry dishes
- I have cooked the Maggi noodles and vegetables together in one pot here and you can also cook the noodles first and stir fry them later with the masala and veggies
- In these masala vegetable noodles, I have used mushroom, carrots, peas, green beans, and you can also use other veggies like broccoli, sweet corn to make them healthier
- I used oil to season these instant Maggi noodles but they can also be replaced with ghee or butter
- This masala Maggi noodles with vegetables taste great with chicken Manchurian, chili chicken, chicken 65, cauliflower fry, and similar other dishes.
Nutrition InformationYield 3 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 604Total Fat 34gSaturated Fat 8gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 24gCholesterol 0mgSodium 1652mgCarbohydrates 64gFiber 6gSugar 6gProtein 13g
Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Frequently asked question
Maggi noodles are one of the instant quick snack or breakfast dishes popular in India and its neighboring countries. It is also one of the common street foods that one can find in food stalls, food joints, and common in households.
Maggi noodles are popular for their traditional noodles version, but you can also recreate them into momos, pizza, cutlets, pizza noodle bombs, noodle soup, Manchurian, and much more.
Maggi noodles are instant food with high sodium content similar to some Indo- Chinese foods and it is best to consume them in moderate quantity once in a while for a healthy life.
Maggi noodles are instant recipes which require only under 15 minutes to make, and it tastes fresh and flavorful when it is consumed immediately. So I recommend not to store it in a refrigerator or freezer to enjoy a fresh bowl of noodles.
Vegetable Maggi masala tastes great on its own but it also tastes great with chili chicken, chicken 65, gobi fry, potato fries and similar other dishes.
I really hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you on how it turned out for you. Please let me know.
If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.