This is the stuff of legend – probably Indomie’s most well-known product and extremely popular the world over. Mi Goreng means fried noodles. This is awesome stuff! I’m going to have it with egg, beef, veggies AND cheese . Here’s a part of the interview I did with Indomie:
INDOMIE> Indonesians love to abbreviate, and one of the most well known is INTERNET, which is the abbreviation of Indomie-TeluR-korNET (Indomie with Fried Egg and Corned Beef)
There are variations such as INTERJUNET which is Indomie-TeluR-KeJU-korNET (Indomie with Fried Egg, Cheese and Corned Beef) and INTERSAY which is Indomie-TeluR-SAYur (Indomie with Fried Egg and Vegetables).
So with everything together, am I having INTERSAYJUNET? Whatever the abbreviation, let’s check it out! By the way, here’s the full interview.
The packaging tore whilst opening but I think you get the idea (click image to enlarge). This is one that you have to drain.
The noodle block was broken a little – here’s the big chunk!
Here’s the pair of dry seasonings: first, fried onion on the left then powder seasoning on the right.
You sprinkle this on the finished noodles at the end. It’s a great addition of crunchiness and flavor.
The powdered seasoning packet’s content.
Now the wet stuff. From left to right: seasoned oil, spicy chili sauce and finally sweet soy sauce.
Here’s the seasoned oil.
Here are the chili sauce and sweet soy sauce.
Finished (click image to enlarge). I added a fried egg with a little Huy Fong Sriracha chili sauce and a little Krazy Mixed Up Salt, a little kizami shoga (pickled ginger), a little shredded cheese, some beef I scissored up, lime and some of the veggie mix from Country Farms my wife kindly diced up for me! Well as I said, this stuff is wonderful. There’s a reason it’s popular – it tastes good! The noodles have a nice sweet and spicy taste and everything else compliments it so nicely! Ahhhh I can’t recommend this more! Excellent! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars! UPC bar code 089686041705 – you can’t get the jumbo in the US but you can get the regular size pack here.
Here’s a nice Indomie commercial.
Mi Goreng (fried noodles) made by a street vendor in Indonesia