New Delhi: Indian street food vendors have aced the game of experimenting with different cuisines. And the very popular snack, Nesltle’s Maggi noodles, often finds itself at the centre of these experiments.
After Maggi kheer, Maggi laddu and Rooh Afza Maggi, the latest Maggi video to hit the internet is of an Ahmedabad vendor making his Maggi bhajiyas.
One video is being shared widely on Twitter, with users posting hilarious comments.
However, while Rooh Afza Maggi or Maggi kheer and laddu were outright rejected by the viewers, there seem to be takers for Maggi bhajiyas.
The video shows the vendor first boiling the noodles and adding the Maggi masala into it. He then mixes it with chopped onions, capsicums, cauliflower and green chillies, before adding a dash of cheese. Finally, he adds some besan, makes balls out of the mixture and deep-fries them to be served with two types of sauces and some more grated cheese sprinkled on top.
In the video, the vendor can be heard saying he has been doing the job for the past eight years.
Posting the video, Twitter user Mohammed Futurewala commented: “Maggi must be like meri shaktiyon ka galat istemal ho raha hai.”
Check out the video here.
They are selling Maggi bhajiyas in Ahmedabad and Maggi must be like meri shaktiyon ka galat istemal ho raha hai😅😅😅 pic.twitter.com/mVfyMPrG3X
— Mohammed Futurewala (@MFuturewala) April 18, 2022
Reactions poured in as the post was retweeted by many.
“I can’t unsee this,” posted one user, while another called it innovative.
“…bahut swaad lag raha hai,” posted one person, while yet another user said “This looks good, but that extra cheese at last was not needed..”
Might get ostracised, but this actually looks pretty yum! https://t.co/wjlUWmTB8h
— Samyak Sibasish (@SamyakSibasish) April 19, 2022
I can’t unsee this. Hence everyone must suffer too 😈 https://t.co/dxYREiGN5p
— Ruchira Mittal (@taruche) April 19, 2022
— Kushan Mitra (@kushanmitra) April 19, 2022
Genuine question – especially to people of Gujarat – is this popular or is this just done for instagram/social media? i mean to ask, do people really eat this? https://t.co/XtJaD96I0q
— Harini Calamur (@calamur) April 19, 2022
Unlike other experiments this is actually looking good to me, looks yum tbh 😋
Will try to make at home 👍 https://t.co/tt2brpCHl7
— Shubham Shrivastava (@Walkingmiless) April 19, 2022