Maggi is one of the most loved foods in India. It is liked by people of every age from young to old. Maggi is a perfect snack to fulfill midnight cravings or to rescue from hunger pangs. Since Maggi is not a very healthy food option, we can do some moderation to improve its nutritional value. Healthy vegetable Maggi is a healthy version of Maggi. Adding vegetables to Maggi improves its fiber content and gives us more nutrients than simple masala Maggi.


one packet of Maggi atta noodles
2 cups water
½ carrot finely chopped
one onion finely chopped
¼ cabbage finely chopped
½ capsicum
2-3 garlic finely crushed
¼ ginger crushed
one green chili finely chopped
Coriander leaves
¼ teaspoon black pepper
one teaspoon salt
one teaspoon vinegar
one tablespoon of olive oil
one packet Maggi masala


Heat the olive oil in a pan.
Add crushed ginger and garlic and fry until slightly brown.
Now, add chopped carrot, chili, capsicum, cabbage, and onion and sauté them for 2-3 minutes.
After that, put water into the pan and heat it
Then, add Maggi atta noodles and boil them.
Add salt, black pepper, vinegar, and Maggi masala and stir it.
Finally, garnish it with coriander leaves and serve.

Serving size- 2
Preparation time- 15 minutes
Cooking time- 10 minutes
Total time- 25 minutes


Though healthy vegetable Maggi contains lots of veggies in it, it is rich in fibers, vitamins, and minerals.
Fibers help in regulating digestion and help in weight loss.
If you don’t have time to cook or are too tired to cook, then you can quickly make this recipe and enjoy it guilt-free.
Maggi also contains vitamins A, iron, and iodine which are essential nutrients for the body.

You can add more vegetables like corn, spinach, and broccoli to increase their nutritional value.
Add more different herbs and spices for a new taste and flavor.
Also, you can use multigrain Maggi in place of atta Maggi for more nutritional benefits.

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