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How can MAGGI® Noodles be prepared in a Microwave oven?

Follow this simple method to prepare a bowl in your microwave, within minutes.

You will need:
MAGGI® Noodles + Masala (1 pack) + Water (210 ml i.e. approx. 1½ cups)
- A deep glass bowl

Method:
1. Place noodle cake, broken into 4 pieces, in a deep glass bowl.
2. Sprinkle Tastemaker Masala onto the noodles.
3. Pour 1 ½ cups (210 ml) of water over the noodle cake.
4. Microwave on high power for 3 minutes.
5. Stir and microwave for another 3 minutes.
6. Stir again and serve hot.

For any queries, contact us at:
Toll Free Number
Toll Free Number 1800 – 103 - 1947
Email ID
Email ID wecare@in.nestle.com

Watch Rocky and Mayur in the videos, as they go behind the scenes and discover everything you always wanted to know about MAGGI.

  • How are MAGGI® Noodles made?
  • Why does MAGGI® Noodles taste so good?
  • How are MAGGI® Noodles tested for quality?
  • Can I eat MAGGI® Noodles guilt free?

Why doesn’t MAGGI® cook in 2 minutes?

MAGGI® has been the pioneer of 2 minute noodles and we have stayed true to that claim for the last 34 years. If you follow the suggested method of preparation, as mentioned on the back of every pack, it would take 2 minutes to cook the noodles. However, it is very common for consumers to customize the method of preparation a little bit, depending on their style and choice. For example, the quantity of water used varies a lot depending on how soupy one wants their MAGGI® to be. Such personal touches may cause the cooking time to vary.

For any queries, contact us at:
Toll Free Number
Toll Free Number 1800 – 103 - 1947
Email ID
Email ID wecare@in.nestle.com

Watch Rocky and Mayur in the videos, as they go behind the scenes and discover everything you always wanted to know about MAGGI.

  • How are MAGGI® Noodles made?
  • Why does MAGGI® Noodles taste so good?
  • How are MAGGI® Noodles tested for quality?
  • Can I eat MAGGI® Noodles guilt free?
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