March 12, 2012

#676: Indomie Mi Instan Rasa Mi Celor Spicy Coconut Shrimp Soup Flavour

This is a real treat – this is one of the varieties not available in the United States and was kindly sent by Edwin N. of Vancouver, BC! Thank you again so much!
He sent six of them and so I will try one of them every once in a while so they last. I am a huge fan of Indomie’s products and so very happy about this! I
should also mention that I have been directly contacted by Indomie and they are going to be sending me many varieties that aren’t usually available – that
donation will come at some point in the future. For now though, let’s check out spicy coconut shrimp flavor soup!

Here’s the back of the packaging (click image to enlarge).

Here’s the noodle block – much different than anything I’ve ever seen from Indomie. The noodles are much wider gauge and also from the side looks to be a
folded sheet of them! Interesting!

Here’s the seasoning packet – I have never seen one from Indomie like this – it’s pretty big!

Here are the dual clear packets – seasoned oil and a very nice and ample packet of fried onions!

Finally, the last packet which contains a lot of chili powder.

I can’t read Indonesian, but from what I gather from the packaging, the seasoning powder and the oil go in the bowl. cook the noodles and then add them and stir.
Then add the chili powder and fried onions.

Finished (click image to enlarge). I added one egg during the noodle boil. The noodles are definitely wider than what I’m used to from Indomie. They’re a little chewy and very nice.
The broth is a treat – has a slight shrimp and toasted coconut flavor which is very good! The chili powder gives it a nice little bite. This is great! 4.75 out of 5.0 stars! UPC bar code 089686910193 .

How Indomie noodles are made!

Indomie TV commercial

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

6 thoughts on “#676: Indomie Mi Instan Rasa Mi Celor Spicy Coconut Shrimp Soup Flavour

  1. Min Min

    Your cooking method is correct! The packet says either your cook it or just pour hot water on it.

    Khas Sumatera Selatan = Southern Sumatran Specialty

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  2. Jared1981

    Nice website! I followed a link from Reddit, and like ramen. I’m living in Indonesia for the time being, and they literally have hundreds of varieties here.

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  3. Venessa. J (@venessa)

    My dad come from Palembang, South Sumatra (which is the hometown of original mi celor) and there they used to serve mi celor in thick spicy coconut milk soup and in my opinion this indomie tasted about 70% like the original mi celor 🙂 nice one.

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