Had Maggi with mozzarella cheese and some salad.
By Amelia Das
July 22, 2021 8:19am CST
Hi dear mylotters, I just had a hearty evening meal. It's very rare for me to have an evening meal but I was very hungry all of a sudden. I made maggi which is an instant noodles with mozzarella cheese. It tasted great with some fresh salad. What did you guys had over for snacks or evening meal? P. S. - Photo of my own maggi from my mobile camera.
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This is a very strange post if I may say so. How can you 'make' maggi? Maybe a cannibal could say that but not someone making a soup out of cubes. Maggi is the surname of the founder of the firm which was then called after him. (Wikipedia): "The company originated in Switzerland in 1884, when Julius Maggi took over his father's mill. He quickly became a pioneer of industrial food production, aiming to improve the nutritional intake of worker families. Maggi was the first to bring protein-rich legume meals to the market, and followed up with a ready-made soup based on legume meals in 1886. After that Julius Maggi introduced bouillon concentrates, first in capsules, then in cubes. In 1897, Julius Maggi founded the company Maggi GmbH in Singen, Germany. In 1947, following several changes in ownership and corporate structure, Maggi's holding company merged with the Nestlé company to form Nestlé-Alimentana S.A., currently known in its francophone home base as Nestlé S.A. Now you can show off with this information!
To be honest I don't know the history of Maggi company. But in general people always say that they are making maggi because maggi is the most famous instant noodles in India. I'm sorry if it doesn't make any sense to you or to others. But I'm sure most of us make and eat maggi. Also, I don't find any legumes in our maggi. And I don't know what do you mean by cubes?