Here’s a good one – this is the Indnesian local version of the first Indomie I ever tried – Satay. Curious if it’s any different.
Back of the package (click image to enlarge).
Noodles ready to be made tasty!
Seasoning powder on the left, chili powder on the right.
Here they are together.
The triple packet of wonder! From left to right: hot, sweet chili sauce, sweet soy sauce and fried onions.
This stuff is really good and you can get it in a big bottle at most Asian groceries – looks for Manis Pedas!
This is a really thick and sweet soy sauce – again an easy one to find but usually comes in a really big bottle. Luckily, it’s usually quite cheap. Look for Kecap Manis.
The fried onion is sprinkled on top and finishes it all nicely.
Finished (click image to enlarge). I added some corned beef, a little vegetable mix, a fried egg, a little kizami shoga (pickled ginger) and a touch of Krazy Mixed Up Salt. So according to the interview, I think this would qualify as ‘INTERNET.’ The noodles are awesome! They grab the flavorings so well and the taste is divine – although it’s a little sweeter than I remember. There is a tiny bit of heat though – it’s really quite excellent. The fried onions give it a really nice little crunch. I love this stuff – 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686011005 – get the US version here.
This looks really good – and it’s portable!
I’ve tried these things in the past – they have them here in the US at big Asian supermarkets.
Just tried this for the first time. AWESOME! I was looking for the regular Mi Goreng flavor (which I haven’t tried yet), but they didn’t have it so I got this instead. GOOD MOVE. I want some more right now!
Yeah this is the stuff I first tried by Indomie myself and used to buy bagfulls of it – cheap and amazingly good! Shit, not I want some!
Ooh, I miss this one. I’m from Indonesia and it seems that they stopped producing this variety for newer flavors like Rendang and Cabe Ijo. I can’t seem to find it anywhere now. I’m really craving for this one… 🙁
A very warm and satisfying noodle with a nice touch of spice.
Hello there, I’m Rina from Indonesia. It’s not qualify as Internet (INdomie Telor korNET = noddle, egg, cornet) because mie goreng satay has so much different taste than Internet. In Indonesia, usually served in peanut sauce. Have you ever tried satay before? 😀
btw, I really love your blog. Keep writing 🙂
Hi I’m from indonesia, have you ever tried the indomie goreng? (it’s original flavour) for me it’s the best indomie flavour from indofood, besides that I also like indomie kari ayam and soto mie. those are my favorite noodles. 🙂
There’s an interview with Indofoods and a whole tiome of Indomie reviews including Mi Goreng!