November 2, 2012

Re-Review: Indomie Curly Noodles With Grilled Chicken Flavour (Mie Keriting Rasa Ayam Panggang)

I’m going to go out on a limb here. I would say that if I were held down and demanded to answer the question “what is your favorite instant noodle of all time” that I would probably say it was this one. I would also say the Special Fried Curly Noodle that tops the Top Ten Instant Noodles Of All Time list; they’re both equally amazing and awesome. What I can’t believe is that I haven’t had it since review #51! That’s ANCIENT! I used to eat this one all the time.

Here’s the sticker the distributor puts on (click to enlarge).

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

Here’s the noodle block – notice the special curliness.

Dehydrated veggies on the left, seasoning powder on the right.

Neat looking veggies.

The seasoning powder.

Hey look – more seasoning powder and chili powder – huh?

So if you look at the directions on the pack, you’ll notice below there’s a mention of soup. With this stuff, you make the noodles like regular Mi Goreng but there’s also a soup you add at the end.

Seasoned oil.

Tasty tasty!

Here’s a littler family portrait of all the seasonings together.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added sweet onion, stir fry veggies, turkey breast, fried egg and Dua Belibis chili sauce. The noodles are great – flat and broader than your standard Indomie noodles. Yes – they’re curly as well! The flavor is sweet and spicy with a little chick flavor. The broth adds another facet as the noodles aren’t dry but have a nice small amount of broth. Excellent – pure wonderful! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.UPC bar code 089686040159 – find it here.

Indomie 40th Anniversary TV commercial

Big LED screen with special stuff for Indomie’s 40th Anniversary!

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

6 thoughts on “Re-Review: Indomie Curly Noodles With Grilled Chicken Flavour (Mie Keriting Rasa Ayam Panggang)

  1. Lydia Wijaya

    With this one, you might want to try separating the noodle and soup. There is this method of serving noodle and soup separately in Indonesia (the dish is usually called Mi Ayam http://us.images.detik.com/content/2009/07/06/484/umbi01bsr.jpg), and I think this is what Indomie is trying to suggest. Basically the first seasoning powder (which goes in same package with the vegetable) belongs to the noodle, and you prepare another small bowl for the soup seasoning. Of course, whether or not you decide to add the soup into the noodle in the end is up to your preference, but I strongly suggest not to mix the two seasonings in one bowl from very first place. For me, the taste of both the noodle and soup is more enjoyable this way.

    But anyway I just had this one too, and I agree that it was simply wonderful!

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