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Thursday, March 1, 2012

How to cook Maggi Goreng yourself

20 comments :
Well well well, seeing as today I am gonna be at home and having lunch alone.

It's been a long time since I made Maggi Goreng, it might be a common food in the mamak but how many of you actually tried making it at home?

hehe, without wasting much time this time, lets start

Ingredients: 
Egg x1
Maggi Curry packet x1
Plain air dried noodle x1
Garlic (sparingly)


I think it's safe to say that all ingredients are easy to get, I put in an extra air dried noodle which you can buy separately anywhere and try to make my Maggi goreng a double.

Without further ado, let's start. *que masterchef music*

Boil water in a pot, put fire at a high enough flame.

Here are the ingredients, garlic, maggi and an egg

dice garlic into small pieces, it's up to you how much you want.

Put the two packets of noodles inside, you might want to see which noodle gets soft faster and put it accordingly. Maggi Noodles tend to soften faster.

 Separate the water and the noodle, try to keep it as dry as possible.

 Heat up oil on the other wok

 Once heated up, throw in the garlic over a slow fire, a big fire will burn your garlic in seconds

 Break the egg into a bowl if you are a bad egg breaker. (for demo only,  can break eggs professionally)

 Slide egg into wok, let it fry a while. (notice that i pushed the garlic aside)

Now Scramble the egg and mix in the garlic, you can add some soy sauce at this stage if you want.

 Release the noodle that you have cooked earlier into the wok, make sure u mix them in properly. (The noodles might be sticky if you are slow to cook, i suggest running them over water before u throw it in)
 Empty the curry sachet onto the noodles. (Put em all in, you have two packets of plain noodles here)
Thats how the mamak fellas earn.

 Stir fry the noodles till the Curry powder and mixed throughly.

Place it on the plate and it is ready to serve.

I use to do this all the time, and my family loves it.

If you have any doubt in the quality of the Maggi Goreng, kindly request for a live demo. I will see if my schedule is clear for you. =)

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20 comments :

Priscilla-Needsahug said...

HAHA LOL. i never cook it like that. maybe i should try :P

Ernest Ng said...

awesome la! now i know how to cook maggie gornz d! thanks benfoo!
*saying ala testimonial*

Charmaine said...

OMG looks convincing wor! OK lah I try this weekend XD

Kian Fai Koh said...

pro man, jom lets buy many other brand and cook it XD

Isaac Tan said...

let's do a cookout! :) i'm all in, bet on you XD

Hilda Milda™ said...

Niceeeee! :D

Eric Lee Huangshi said...

ok la....one maggi goreng order sini!! bila boleh makan? XD

Ken Wooi said...

wah.. i never goreng my maggi wan leh..
just cook with water, mix the seasoning and makan! :P

JQ Lee said...

I do this tooo!!!!! and I love it!!! but is so unhealthy.

Xue Ren said...

haha! i cook it this way too! so funny that u made this a tutorial! way to go! =P

Simple Person said...

Wow double up maggie mee...

missyblurkit said...

dang! now i feel like having some fried instant noodles...and i don't have any at home.

*sulk*

XING said...

OMG this is brilliant!

Nath said...

yummy, ok gotta get my breakfast :D

Merryn said...

live demo lagi! LoL! you'll surely be busy after this doing demo after demo! :D

The Dead Cockroach said...

Maybe I should try this instead of soup! Thanks for sharing!

Glo-w~* said...

Ooo...nais~ I have pre fried shallots and I'll add some vege either boil in the water either the noodle or sit fry together in the wok! <333

IceCreamBun said...

I also pandai! :D

Wilee Tee said...

can cook for me mah ? *puppy eyes& XD

zaheer abbas said...

I don't think so you are pandai....

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