Here’s another new one, sent by a friend in Indonesia! Thanks again! This looks interesting; a curry flavored mi goreng? I’m down with that!
The back of the package (click image to enlarge).
Here’s the noodle block – this one traveled very well!
The dry seasonings: powdered base on left and chili powder on right.
Here’s the chili powder on top of the seasoning powder.
Fried onions on the left and oil with sweet soy sauce on the right.
This is fried onion – you sprinkle it on at the end – super tasty stuff!
Here’s the oil and soy sauce mixture.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added a fried egg with some Huy Fong Sriracha hot sauce, chicken lunch meat, veggies, and some kizami shoga (pickled ginger). This one’s interesting. The noodles are good – a little chewier than what I’m used to in a mi goreng but no problem – they’re good! The flavoring is very curious; I’ve had quite a few Indonesian curry flavor instant noodles, but never a soupless noodle that was curry flavored. It works, although I find myself wanting for the soup! Nice, warm curry flavored broth is one of my favorite things. The fried onions are awesome – they add a nice little crunch! All in all, this is just another example of the fact that yes, after eating 788 different varieties of instant noodle, #789 and be fascinating and different. 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686014914 .
Here’s the commercial for this one and the other two – GoSo and GoBang
I got an email –
checkout this link that’s about an instant noodle stall in jakarta called Warung Indomie Abang Adek which sells the basic cheapest indomie flavour (ayam bawang or fried) but the unusual part is that they mixed it with lots of chilli paddi remember that review #732 ? u only have one dried chilli paddi in one packet that stall uses pounded 25 – 100 fresh chilli paddi for one packet of indomie crazy eh?
Holy cow! Crazy doesn’t even begin to describe – I was drooling from that single pepper, but that many would be insane. Here’s a video of that place. Thanks go to Wida from Indonesia for the info!
I have tried Indomie abang adek! It is not far from my campus and I ate the indomie goreng with 25 chilli… and survived! But it is quite expensive for instant noodle.. It cost around $1.5 (17.000 Rupiah) I think..