Sunday, October 07, 2007

Paneer Maggi!

Yes......yet another MAGGI recipe for those who love paneer. My Brother-in-law is an all time paneer-lover. So Vijay, ask Shruthi to make this for you.

When we had been to Boston for a vacation, my cousin's hubby made this yummy paneer maggi. It was "the" comfort food on a very chilly night. People from BITS,Pilani will be more familiar with this dish. It was made in their canteen.


Maggi Noodles, masala flavor- 1 packet
Paneer- cubed and deep fried- 1/2 cup
2 Tbs onion finely chopped
frozen peas- 1 Tbs
any vegetable of your choice like green capsicum, red capsicum, beans, carrot- 3 Tbs
red chilly powder- according to taste
garam masala powder- optional
salt to taste
oil for frying

Take a vessel and boil about 2 1/2 teacups of water.
Take about 1-2 Tbs of oil in a kadai, fry onions till pinkish. Add vegetables of your choice, add lil salt and fry till half cooked.Add fried paneer and mix. Break the noodle cake , crumble in your hands and add to the kadai. Add the masala powder, lil chilly powder and garam masala powder and mix .Add boiling water and cook the noodles till done. Enjoy hot, yummy noodles with any sauce of your choice.


Siri said...

lovely idea.. have both paneer and noodles at home.. will try soon.:D

Rajat Tibrewal said...

your recipe is exact! just hope that ANC stays consistent with quality control... paneer maggi caused a stomach upset for me once!

easycrafts said...

i tooo love paneer and also maggi...this combination will surely work ...

Pragyan said... made me nostalgic about Pilani Campus. Fried Maggi was like staple food for us :) Thanks for reviving the memories.

Shivani said...

Thank you so much for this Paneer Magi recipe, which according to my BITSian husband, was called Fried Maggi in his college days. I made it last night and it was quite a hit! I look forward to trying the other recipes on your blog.

Divya Vikram said...

Happened to see your blog thru orkut..its really nice..ur pictures are too good..I am new to this blogging world..will try ur recipes..

Nikhil said...

I studied at BITS, Pilani and I'm definitely a fan of the Fried Maggi! Thanks for posting this recipe.

One thing I vaguely remember is that the cook at ANC used to boil the maggi first, then prepare the spice mix with veggies and paneer in a shallower pan and fry the cooked maggi. Seems like a variation, but I'd assume that boiling the maggi after frying it would neutralize some of the tastiness (and unhealthiness?!) of the oil.

Mriganayani said...

I can't believe this.

My brother in law made this for me at my sisters place last time I was there for vacation.

And my sis and bil are from BITS Pilani! Haha! How about that - guess this is a Pilani staple.

Maybe you guys know each other.

I'm sending this off to my sister right now.

pranay said...

i love Maggi and i love surely going to try this one out...hey you should share this on the Maggi fansite,

Neelima said...

Its so nice to see you guys from BITS comment at this recipe....I tried some kind of version of this recipe but was not satisfied...Kept me wondering if there would be such a crazy person for the fried maggi at Blue Mooon....I used to love it!!...the thought of it made me get up at 12 in the night search for the recipe which lead me to this I have some company :)

Dominique said...

hey thanx for sharing your recipe on Maggi with all of us...why don't you share this with other Maggi fans at