In this freezing cold, as you reach home all tired after the day’s work, hunger pangs hitting hard and looking around in the kitchen, you see the yellow packet with that bold lettered word ‘Maggi’ in a red bubble, it is what I call an ‘Aha’ moment. A moment, lucrative enough to urge you to put that pan on the flame and get ready for a hot steaming bowl of Maggi.
Those fumes and the fragrance is so ancient and still not obsolete. How can we forget the hard times when Maggi served us through ages ?. Those hostel days, those late night assignments, those trekking trips, those Maggi treats(when having a Veg Maggi was nothing less than a luxury), and even today-what serves the best when you are running out of time or energy. Just two to five minutes and you are ready with a heartwarming dish to serve your tummy and it’s so yummy.
Whether tossed with some vegetables or without, either drenched with Tomato ketchup or without – Maggi is a standout, at all times. The longer the noodles, the better. When wrapped around the fork, it enters into the mouth, it’s satiating both the appetite and the soul. And by chance, if somebody else is having it and you are a mere spectator, how can you avoid the saliva oozing out in your mouth?
Anyway, don’t get me wrong. I, too am a health conscious person and the one who loves cooking, even elaborate sessions of cooking too. But as far as the pleasure of Maggi is concerned, nothing so far can beat it. So what are you waiting for? Go home straight and get your bowl of Maggi. It’s okay to make a little fudging with health too, kabhi kabhi…;)
Hence here is the perfect rhyme ever created for Maggi:Do minute ruk sakte hain, sar k bal reh sakte hain… Kyunki??? Badi gazab ki bhookh lagi, Maggi chahiye mujhe abhi hmmmmm Maggi Noodles