Once upon a time there lived a girl in the middle of nowhere together with 10,000 other girls. They all lived happily on Maggi Noodles every night. #CollegeFairyTale!
I literally can imagine all Indian College goers nodding their heads in agreement (my sister being the first!).That’s the true story.. we all have been through that phase in our life were Noodles formed a key part of our day to day living.
And there is the remaining mature audience that has enjoyed Noodles at home or at Restaurants a normal number of times. The underlying fact here is that Noodles has been the poison we all love and embrace. <3
Somehow ever since Noodles was introduced to Indian Cuisine, it has been experimented with thoroughly and introduced by not just the Chefs from the big Star Hotels, but also by Indian Housewives and Bandiwaalas (Roadside Street Vendors). Thanks to the boom of the Maggie era, we have had a gazillion tried and tested variations of our dear Indian Noodles. Some popular names from the Restaurant menus being- Hakka Noodles, Schezwan Noodles, Burnt Garlic/ Chili Garlic Noodles, Veg Chowmein Noodles, Mushroom Noodles, American Chopsuey, etc. As I’m typing, a new variation is being invented.. Given the constraint of space and time, I’m going to feed you with the foodie favorites in this blog post.
PS: This recipe pairs best with Manchurian Gravy, Tomato Ketchup, Chili Garlic sauce, Momo Sauce, Sweet Chili sauce, Sriracha Sauce!