Today's post is going to be something different, something I have never done before and it is related to food. After so many years of blogging I thought why not share my views on food products I love. So unlike every other Indian I love Maggi Noodles and may be noodles of any kind because I am a huge noodles lover. After all the drama of Maggi containing lead it was taken off the shelves and then it came back again - a big sigh of relief to Maggi lovers like us. So since they came back they introduced new flavours which were the spicy edition which can be hit or miss if you don't like spicy food like me.
|Maggi Masalas of India Limited Edition Noodles, 2017 - 4 Flavours|
So anyway I got to know that Maggi launched - Maggi Masalas of India Limited Edition Noodles and there 4 are limited edition flavours representing different cuisines of India.So I immediately bought all 4 of them from my local shop.Read on to know more about them..
Price of each: Rs.20/- for 73g product
Availability:Available across all local stores and groceries in India.
Amritsari Achari Masala Noodles
It is supposed to be flavoured with pickle spices for a tangy Achari experience. The images shows spices like coriander,cumin, kalonji and red chilli.
|Maggi Masalas of India Amritsari Achari Masala Noodles|
Bengali Jhaal Masala Noodles
It claims to contain Panch Phoran which is a mix of 5 different spices found in every Bengali's kitchen. The image on the cover shows spices like kalonji,cumin,fenugreek,mustard seeds and aniseed - all 5 spices which together is called Panch Phoran.
|Maggi Masalas of India Bengali Jhaal Masala Noodles|
Mumbaiya Chatak Masala Noodles
It claims to contain a twist of zesty,piquant spices inspired by Mumbaiya food.The cover image depicts spices like cloves, kasuri methi, star anise, cinnamon.Being a Mumbaikar I would say food in Mumbai is an adaptation of different flavours from different cuisines of India.Garam masala plays an important role in our cuisine. If you have eaten Mumbai Pav Bhaji you would know what I am saying.
|Maggi Masalas of India Mumbaiya Chatak Masala Noodles|
Super Chennai Masala Noodles
Topped with signature herbs and spices for a truly Chennai twist.The cover image depicts tamarind, sambhar powder, mustard seeds and curry leaves which are typical must have ingredients in food from Chennai and any South Indian cuisine.
|Maggi Masalas of India Super Chennai Masala Noodles|
What makes these noodles different from the regular ones is that the noodles are made of wheat flour also all 4 flavours are vegetarian.Honestly I find it a bit disappointing because I am a non vegetarian but from a company and sales perspective they are playing safe and I understand why. Also these are limited edition like I mentioned but I have not tried these but I am surely going to and either review them here or on my social media like Instagram, please stay tuned for the same and follow me on my social media linked below.
So have you heard or tried these flavours yet? Do let me know in the comments section, I am eager to hear your thoughts ☺Also would you like me to talk about more food products on the blog, do let me know as well in the comments section.
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Disclaimer: The product has been purchased by me. This is not a sponsored post and I am not affiliated with the brand in any way.