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Maggi Super Chennai Masala review

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After trying the Mumbaiya flavor we tried the Chennai style one. I just added tadka to it.Now for me it was a fusion like Sāmbhar rice meeting noodles. The noodles tasted like Sāmbhar rice with curry leaves and tamarind extract. Maybe we can co relate the flavors but I didn’t find them very interesting.

It was like eating Maggi with Sāmbhar and no I didn’t like the combination much. I feel such classic flavors infused in Maggi are not that great an idea. Maggi classic flavors are the best and I feel they should let it be that way.

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