Maggi Hot heads Tasting and Review – I am back today with a review post. But this time its not a beauty product, but a food product and its Maggi Hot heads. Maggi needs no introduction. Everyone, from nine to ninety, loves Maggi and I am no exception either. Maggi recently has launched a new variant known as “Hot Heads” and today I will let you know how it tastes and all.
Maggi Hot heads Tasting and Review
Those who know me well know that I am a big foodie. I love cooking and trying out new and exciting foods. Maggi already has some very popular variant in the market, like the classic masala, chicken, tomato, atta noodles etc. And now they have introduced the ‘Maggi Hot Heads‘ range. There are four exciting flavors available in this range – peri, peri, green chilli, barbeque pepper and chilli chicken. I could get hold of three flavors out the four, the ‘chilli chicken’ flavour was not there in the shop. Okay, so lets begin with my Maggi Hot heads Tasting and Review.
Price of Maggi Hot heads :
Rs. 120/- for a Combo Offer Pack of 6
Direction for use : given on the packaging
Maggi Hot heads Ingredients : given on the packaging
What Maggi Hot heads claims
The ‘Hot heads’ range is an offering that seeks to provide spicy deliciousness in never before Noodles flavours.
My experience with Maggi Hot heads
Maggi Hot heads has traditional Maggi packaging. But instead of yellow packet, they come inside colorful packets. The packet contains noodle cake and taste-maker.
The noodle cake is plain white in color just like other Maggi variants. The cooking procedure of Maggi Hot heads is also same. And after cooking, comes the tasting part. I cooked three variants – peri peri, barbeque pepper and green chilli. Once cooked, the green chilli one looks slightly greenish in color, while the barbeque pepper looks brownish and the peri peri looks slightly reddish.
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Okay so lets begin with the Maggi Hot heads Tasting part. The name ‘Hot heads’ clearly suggests that they are probably a bit on the hotter side. Neither me nor my daughter and husband likes hot, but still we wanted to taste it. Maggi Hot heads Green Chilli has a dominating taste of green chilli and its quite hot. Comparatively the Barbeque pepper one is less hot and it tastes like black pepper. Maggi Hot heads Peri Peri is not at all hot, but it tastes pretty flat.
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Honestly, we didn’t really like the Maggi Hot heads variant. They are quite hot. Kids like Maggi the most, but these flavors are nor suitable for them at all due to their hot and spicy taste. The other variants of Maggi are way better.
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Overall, I didn’t like the taste of Maggi Hot heads. They are pretty hot and spicy and not perfect for someone like me who don’t like rich, hot and spicy foods. You might like them if you prefer hot and spicy food, but otherwise give them a miss. Not recommended for children at all.
Good about Maggi Hot heads
- Colorful packaging
- Easy to make
- Available in four flavors
- Easy on pocket
- Good for those who love spicy and hot foods
Bad about Maggi Hot heads
- Not suitable for children
- Not good for those who don’t like hot flavor
Availability : easy
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