Recipe of Hakka Maggi – My Kids Love It!

19 Nov

Whether it is day or night and regardless of the season, it is as well as the time of the year, my kids are crazy over Maggi noodles. Yes, I am talking about the 2-minute yellow packet of fun and frolic that gets in the mouth and rolls in unique tastes, with knowing that it is not that good for health.

However, I am a doting, thoughtful mom of two lovely kids and I will surely not let them enjoy at the expense of their individual health. What if 2 minute Maggi noodles are the most unsafe thing around to eat, I have devised certain plans that help make the noodles fit for both my babies.

Maggi Noodles

Maggi Noodles | Image Resource :

Taking a cue from the Chinese-style Hakka noodles. I have come up with my own set of Hakka Maggi — which not only carries the goodness of fresh vegetables and eggs but the savour taste of Maggi noodles as well. So let us see what all it takes to prepare 2 wholesome servings of Hakka Maggi:-

You will need:
1 regular Maggi noodles packet
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp. dark soy sauce
1 tsp. tomato sauce
1 tsp. chilli sauce or chilli flakes
2 cloves of garlic (finely chopped)
1 large-sized onions (finely chopped)
100 gms spring onions (green leafy part finely chopped)
1 cup of mixed veggies (carrots, beans, capsicum, green peas)
2 eggs (yolks removed)

How to begin with:

  • Heat oil in a heavy-bottom pan. Add garlic cloves and sauté well.
  • Add onions and spring onions; keep sautéing until they become crunchy.
  • Steadily add all the veggies and stir to make them golden brown but do not overcook.
  • Slip in the egg whites and let it all entirely turn into kind-of egg bhurji.
  • Add in chilli flakes, soy sauce, salt, chilli sauce, and tomato sauce. Keep stirring.
  • Add the same time; follow the usual procedure of preparing Maggi noodles. Let it slightly cook and then transfer the noodles entirely to the veggie mixture.
  • Keep stirring and to cook more, cover it with a lid for 2-5 minutes.
  • Remove the lid; serve the Hakka Maggi noodles in two individual bowls or platters.

Try it at home and surprise your kids just as I do it more occasionally. Do not disclose all that you have put in for they might just refuse to have it then!

Hakka Maggi

Hakka Maggi | Image Resource :

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Posted by on November 19, 2013 in Food & Beverage



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