March 19, 2012

#686: Wingsfood Mi Sedaap Mi Goreng Perisa Sambal Goreng

More Indonesian noodles! This one’s a spicy pack of mi goreng – fried noodles!

This is the export label.

Here’s the package back (click image to enlarge) – the export sticker was a little obstinate.

Here’s the noodle block.

Well, not too hard to tell what we have here – from left to right, seasoned oil, hot chili sauce and sweet soy sauce.

Powdered seasoning sachet!

So everything gets put in the bowl and the noodles once done are drained and everything is stirred up.

Here’s the garnish packet – fried onions!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added two fried eggs, some roast turkey lunch meat, kizami shoga (pickled ginger), Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt and Melinda’s Garlic Habanero hot sauce. Oh – and the fried onion garnish. The noodles are great – chewy and soft too. The flavor is spicy and sweet – along with a satisfying and delicious crunch from the fried onion. This is grubbin! 4.5 out of 5.0 stars! UPC barcode 8998866200448 – get it here.

Mi Sedaap commercial.

Carl Sagan again in this awesome series.

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

4 thoughts on “#686: Wingsfood Mi Sedaap Mi Goreng Perisa Sambal Goreng

  1. Up & Down Life 24/7

    Mi Sedap = Tasty noodles (it’s the brand name)

    Mi Segera = instant noodles

    Jelas Terasa Sedapnya = It’s deliciousness could be tasted clearly!

    Mi Goreng = Fried noodles

    Perisa Sambal Goreng = Fried Sambal flavor

    Yummy!!! Sedap!!! :-)

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  2. Indra Krishnamurti

    Sambal goreng is a Javanese dish based on sambal, which is fried along with spices and herbs (galangal, bay leaf, shallot, garlic, lemongrass stalk, kaffir lime leaves, etc.). Another important part of the ingredients is the condiment ‘terasi’ (shrimp paste), which is made of fermented shrimp. The terasi gives the dish its distinctive taste.

    The original sambal goreng is made with various fillings:
    - diced beef liver and cooked egg whites (Sambal goreng ati, a festive dish)
    - diced potatoes
    - small shrimp
    - ‘krecek’ (beef rinds/cracklings)

    The Wingsfood Miesedaap Sambal Goreng is my personal favorite, besides the Kari Spesial Kental.

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