While Maggi is one of the most popular go-to dishes for a quick and delicious meal, it has also become the most experimental food in recent times. It is being subjected to unusual, sometimes, bizarre experiments by some overly food enthusiasts, which are also popularised on social media. If Roohafza Maggi, Mango Maggi, and even Fanta Maggi were not enough to make people cringe, there’s a new Maggi-based recipe that is bothering people on Twitter. This video of the making of pastry Maggi is doing the rounds on the internet. A whole chocolate pastry is added to the pan to cook Maggi!
The video shared on Twitter shows how a street vendor makes the bizarre Maggi. First, a slice of chocolate pastry is added to a pan, then water is poured over it, and the pastry is crushed. When the water starts boiling, Maggi is added along with the seasoning that comes with the Maggi pack. When cooked, it develops a dark brown colour from the chocolate pastry instead of the usual yellow colour.
Take a look:
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Today’s special pastry maggi ☺️????????pic.twitter.com/NGHCuvUXKF
— sha (@aokeasha) May 16, 2022
After watching this video, users were quick to reply with comments like:
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I’m done with people doing this to maggi- I’m DONE WHAT IS THIS?? WHY ARE PEOPLE COMMITING SUCH CRIMES?? THE WORLD IS SUCH A SCARY PLACE. GONNA WASH MY EYES WITH ACID NOW BRB— p4ansoc00l (@an3ttecosette) May 16, 2022
pic.twitter.com/n7SeSB0JGl— Naughtius Maximus (@Lordchewbarka) May 17, 2022
That’s it.. I’ve had enough.. I’m muting the word maggi right this moment ????????— Ziva ):) (@intonpawat) May 16, 2022
Maggi har chiz se dur raho— sha (@aokeasha) May 16, 2022
And then there were some users who offered some of the strangest suggestions to make things worse:
“Zeher (Poison) Maggi next and I’ll make it”
“Next banegi dettol + surf Maggi jisse hum khaenge” (Next will be Dettol+Surf Maggi that we’ll eat).
Someone replied to this and suggested adding Harpic also. And another user offered to add cement as garnish!
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We don’t blame the Twitterati to have such a strong reaction to this new Maggi creation. What do you think about it?
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