984. Maggi: Our All-Purpose Magic Sauce

A few magic drops on french fries, deep-fried prawn chips, rice, arepas, stir-fried vegetables… some “pika” (pickled onions)… And we’re all lovin’ it! It’s actually the reason we check our luggage when we travel (most of us are at a loss in the kitchen without it)… some of us even name our dogs after it!

Bragg

(Unfortunately Maggi’s sky high sodium isn’t so awesome, so we found a healthier alternative in the US)

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  5. capaun

    Maggi isn’t from Curacao, sorry – it’s Swiss😀

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