#731: Meet The Manufacturer – Indomie Mi Instan Rasa Mi Kocok Bandung Khas Jawa Barat

Here’s another of the regional varieties. Couldn’t find anything much about it really – except this snippet from a Squidoo lens:

This noodles is inspired by the native dishes from Bandung. This one is similar with the real noodles served in Bandung. The noodles is a little bit thicker than regular Indomie noodles,
The original dishes is made from thick noodles, mung bean sprout, cooked cow legs and fat along with special spices. Hmm, yummie.

Well, let’s have a taste!

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

Indeed the noodles are slightly thicker gauge than usual Indomie noodles.

Dry packet with seasoning powder and chili powder. One question though:

Does anybody know anything about this little guy from the chili packet?

Here’s the seasoning powder and some of the chili powder on top.

Seasoned oil.

A light, thin seasoned oil in this one.

What could be inside?

Mixed dry vegetables.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added some thin sliced beef lunch meat and some mixed stir fry vegetables we got at the local produce stand. Wow this one’s different! The noodles are indeed wider. The broth is light – kind of a light spice and saltiness along with a meat taste. Pretty good. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686011289 .

Hey – its a song about this stuff!

More food from the street!



  1. hi…
    i work for indonesian navy…we always bring many packs of INDOMIE while sailing..id really love indomie…Almost every sailor from indonesia love this food..and sometimes when they are sailing accross the nations the first place they are looking for is asian market to get them(INDOMIE)

    As far i know the little guy from the chili packet+chili pic
    are means CABE RAWIT/bird eye chili…

    cabe rawit in bahasa indonesia means the small sized chilli who have hottest taste than other chilli

  2. I must admit, I spent FOREVER on Google trying to find the origins of the mysterious little guy and came up with NOTHING…then I thought, “Y’know, I’ll bet RR already did that.” Duh. Now I’m just hungry! If you chop off the ends of green onions, and put them in a glass of water, you can sprout YOUR OWN GREEN ONIONS!! This excites me beyond words, for I love green onions in my ramen.

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