Nestlé has added two new flavours to its Maggi Fusian noodle range for consumers to enjoy a quick and easy meal “without compromising on taste”.

Japanese Teriyaki and Malaysian Laksa have been added to the Soupy Noodle range, with the flavours aiming to inspire at-home Asian cuisines, or to add spice to any dish.

The new range can be used as a noodle recipe base or enjoyed on its own as a light meal.

The Japanese Teriyaki features hints of soy, ginger and spice mix, while Malaysian Laksa has flavours of chilli, garlic, as well as a spice mix and creamer.

The new flavours in the Maggi Fusian Soupy Noodles range are now available in single cup formats for RRP $1.80 or as five-pack bags for RRP $3.95, and can be found in Woolworths and independent grocers across Australia.

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