Leftover chicken maggi
Sept. 28, 2017, 10:02 p.m.

 Left over chicken maggi

It feels sooo good to meet you all in this space after a long time. Life has been going though lots of changes and haven't been able to spend time on my blog. So, today I decided to logon, wave a hi to you and share a simple quick and a delicious mouthwatering recipe, no matter all of you would love to taste :) Yes, a maggi recipe :)  My husband being a fitness expert, spends at least 2 hours everyday in workouts, but then he takes every food in moderation even some cheat foods. I am happy to have him advise the same to us. However I miss the workout part many a times ;) It was quite a news for me that fat content per maggi pack is 11 to 13 gms which I am okay to enjoy once in a week for a busy weekday :D :D A quick read on maggi also revealed that it goes through a 5 step cooking process which includes steaming, baking, quick frying, drying and cooling which makes sure the pack of noodle cakes remain stable for months. Sooo, today was a day when I had no free time at work and no time at kitchen. And the tummy was crying in hunger hence I decided to whip up something very quick and delicious with left over chicken curry from last night and a pack of maggi. Below is what I had and how I prepared. You can try it any time for a feast also, and your guests are going to love it definitely :)

Left over chicken maggi


3 cakes maggi

2 Big onions chopped

1 tomato chopped

1 tspn ginger garlic paste

curry leaves few



maggi magic masala

left over chicken curry or thokku 

2 tbspn oil

Left over chicken maggi


1. Heat a kadai with oil, add curryleaves, onions and fry them until translucent.

2. Add ginger garlic paste and saute until the raw smell goes off.

3. Add the tomato chopped and let them become soft.

4. Add the magic masala and bhuno the masala well.

5. Now add 1 to 2 cups water, pinch of salt and let the water come to a rolling boil.

6. Add the maggi cakes, simmer the stove and cover the pan.

7. Once the maggi is 80 percent cooked, add the left over chicken curry with pieces.

8. Keep stirring in high flame until all the curry is absorbed.

9. Sprinkle some coriander leaves and serve hot. Thank me later :) You are sure to enjoy your lunch :) 

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Jofy Abraham
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