Got this one ages ago – thought something mellow after the fiery onslaught I endured earlier. Beef. Let’s do this.
The back of the package (click image to enlarge).
The noodle block.
Seasoning powder on the left and chili powder on the right.
Here’s the chili powder atop the seasoning powder.
Here’s the oil with seasonings.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added a few onions, an egg and some Dua Belibis hot sauce. The noodles are standard tasty Indomie – good stuff. The broth has a nice beef flavor and some onion goodness too. I liked it – a basic and good beef noodle soup. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686140163 .
So after seeing an article or two about Indomie’s problems with ‘noodlegate,’ I thought I’d show my support by eating two packages for breakfast. These are some of the best packages of noodles ever – they’re both reviewed on here already, so this is a re-review. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. Big time – good stuff here!
Two packages of noodles. Eight packets. EIGHT OF THEM! Indomie is awesome!
Wow some crazy looking bizarreness in this bowl…
So here we are greeted by the lovely vision of delectableness I have been cooking up for years. Added a couple fried eggs, some kizami shoga (pickled ginger), fried shallots and a little bit of Jufran Hot Banana sauce! Yeah – banana sauce! It’s about 80 cents a bottle and comes from the Philippines. Reminds me of Indonesian Manas Pedas sauce which is usually paired with these noodles – it’s a sweet and hot sauce. So this banana stuff works great in lieu of having that. Anyways, here’s the best bowl I really can think of right now. Get the satay here and the meatball here.