FOREIGNER COOKS INDIAN FOOD with SALONI SRIVASTAVA | TRAVEL VLOG IV





INDIAN FOOD with SALONI SRIVASTAVA. For the longest of time I’ve been raving about Milk Maggi and so many people either wanted the recipe or told me I was a crazy foreigner. In case you don’t know Maggi is an amazing Indian food and I know got to try it properly when I started living in India as a foreigner. My friend Saloni Srivastava, who’s a phenomenal Indian YouTuber, told me I’m not crazy hence today this foreigner cooks Indian food with Saloni Srivastava. I’m beyond excited to share the recipe for this delicious food with you! Saloni and me are showing you how to make milk maggi so you can enjoy it too.

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31 Replies to “FOREIGNER COOKS INDIAN FOOD with SALONI SRIVASTAVA | TRAVEL VLOG IV”

  1. TRAVEL VLOG IV

    Thanks to Saloni Srivastava I finally get to show you how to properly cook milk maggi guys! Check out her awesome channel and subscribe to both our channels. Also comment maggimagicians if you want thos to be a series (I want to so please please please😁).

    Thank you all who joined for the premiere also, you guys are wonderful!

  2. a v

    In my wildest dream I couldn't have have ever imagined that maggi can be made with milk !! Ivana is food scientist. Awesome hindi progress… congrats

  3. Suddha Satwa

    I don't bother maggi is healthy or unhealthy. I just love it with whatever combos and thanks to nestle they are saving many folks during this lockdown. At this point there is a panic buying in maggi.

  4. Vikas Bhardwaj

    i have tried it but i think i have done something wrong dodh faat gaya paneer ban gaya😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
    i didn't like it

  5. Chaudhary Surya Jatt

    I think milk maggi idea is native to bangalore
    I am from Rajasthan
    My mom did her B.Ed from Bangalore in 2002 and she learnt milk maggi there .
    In Rajasthan I don't think if there are any people who even think of adding milk while making maggi .

  6. Aayush

    A smol suggestion, take it or leave it. Instead of putting foreigner in the title, mention your nationality. Foreigner sounds like an alienating term.

  7. jayesh Online

    If I were to pick one food to eat for the rest of my life, it would be a fish thali (Kerala, Goan, doesn't matter). Has to be something that has fish. Or simply, Kerala fish curry and rice. Jeez, I can totally eat that every single day and never for once complain.

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