Maggi Pizza

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  1. SumitB

    SumitB RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Finally, a dish so simple, even Luciffer can make one for his late night food cravings!

    Preparation time
    15-20 mins

    Ingredients
    Bread Slices - As per your requirement
    Masala Maggi (You would need to crush the noodles inside the packet before opening) - 1 Pkt is sufficient for 10-12 slices of bread
    Onions - 1 Large Size, cut into small pieces
    Carrots - 1. Cut into small pieces
    Green Chillies - 2-4 cut into small pieces. Deseed these if you're not comfortable with the kick
    Tomato Sauce
    Grated Cheese (Processed/Cheddar/Mozzarella) - Professional Tip - On the grating tool, apply a little vegetable oil before grating to have cheese strips which does not stick to one another

    Directions
    1. Boil water in a small pan and add the carrots, onions and maggi noodles. Once done, add the tastemaker. Turn off the burner once the maggi is ready.
    2. Apply a thin layer of tomato sauce on the bread slices.
    3. Now dress the slices with a little grated cheese.
    4. Take about 2 tbsp of the prepared maggi and apply over the bread slices
    5. Add a few pieces of chillies.
    6. Finally, dress the bread slices with more cheese.
    7. Place the bread slices in a pre-heated oven (200°C-210°C) for about 10 mins. or till the cheese turns brown.
    8. Take out of the oven and enjoy!

    Now for the pics!
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  2. BANHAMMER

    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    pics or didn't happen?
     
  3. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    How dry/wet does the Maggi have to be for this recipe ?
     
  4. WingZero

    WingZero RAID Rookie

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    Looks delicious?..
    +1 dbg
     
  5. MOZ

    MOZ RAID Leader Staff Member

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    :megusta: Must try.
     
  6. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Do you ever enter the kitchen MOZ ?
     
  7. MOZ

    MOZ RAID Leader Staff Member

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    Hahaha. Ask my parents. Not boasting here, but I've been told multiple times that I am a brilliant chef, an alternative career too.
     
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  8. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    But only vegetarian .. What a waste .. :truestory:
     
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  9. MOZ

    MOZ RAID Leader Staff Member

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    I know :(
     
  10. SumitB

    SumitB RAID Staff Staff Member

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    dbg The maggi needs to be a little wet. Use about 250 ml of water rather than 225 ml.

    MOZ I sometimes cook a 3-4 course meal for my family when we have our Sunday get-togethers.
     
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  11. JD666

    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    I would like to add, better to crush the maggi into smaller pieces, so that its easier to apply onto the bread slices. ( Longer strands will be that much more difficult to scoop out and apply ).

    Please correct me if I am wrong.
     
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  12. SumitB

    SumitB RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Yes, one would need to crush the maggi and its best done before opening the packet itself. Correcting the first post. Thanks for pointing it out. I did crush the Maggi before opening the packet.
     
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  13. vasishta.sushant

    vasishta.sushant Some title...

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    I have one question. Do we use pedia sure as well in it ? You use it ? Who uses it ?
     
  14. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Lol .. what ?
     
  15. JD666

    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    :whatisthis:
     
  16. ManISinJpr

    ManISinJpr Want to resurrect.. !!!

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    Loving noticing !!!
    dbg he was talking about this image.
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  17. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Aree.. he has chote chote bacche .. :)
     
  18. rpm

    rpm Lizard king Staff Member

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    thanks for that pro tip. cheese grating is perhaps the only part of pizza making that i dislike.
     
  19. SumitB

    SumitB RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Grating cheese is a real PITA specially when it sticks. I too learnt it the hard way. With some veg. oil on the grating tool, the strips are clean and don't stick to one another.
     
  20. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    How bout freezing it before grating ?
     

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