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#1721: Salam Mie Mi Goreng Dengan Abon

Here’s the second of two Salam Mie products I got at the Econsave we visited in Butterworth, Malaysia during our special trip to visit the makers of MyKuali last October. I’ve seen a lot of people commenting on the other variety lately, so I thought I’d give this one a try. Abon is a powdered meat – usually pork or beef (in this case beef) seasoned with spices. Sounds good – from what I see, it’s used as a topping like fish floss is used on Chinese porridge. Anyways, let’s check out this Salam Mie Mi Goreng Abon!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains beef. To prepare, boil noodles in 400ml water for 3 minutes. While boiling, put contents of the dry dual sachets onto a plate and combine. Drain noodles and combine on plate with the ingredients. Sprinkle contents of sapi abon sachet on top. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet on seasoning powder and chilli powder.

The chilli powder atop the seasoning powder.

A dual liquid sachet of seasoned oil on the left and sweet soy sauce on the right.

Here we have the two liquids co-mingling.

The abon sachet.

Shredded beef and fried onion.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added kerupuk aci, hard boiled egg, white onion and bell pepper. The noodles have a good gauge and chewiness that is exactly what I expect from an Indonesian mi goreng. The flavor is very sweet from the kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and has a nice and light oiliness. The chilli powder gives things a light kick and the abon mixture has a nice added flavor. 4.25 out of 5.0 stars.EAN bar code 8992731101557.

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A video about the company that makes Salam Mie Mi Goreng Dengan Abon.

#870: SuperMi Mi Keriting Rasa Ayam Bawang

Here’s another one that from my friend in Jakarta, Indonesia was kind enough to send – thanks again! So curly noodles with onion chicken flavor – sounds tasty!

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

Unbroken noodle block.

Powder seasoning on the left and chili powder on the right.

Here’s the seasoning powder with the chili powder on top.

Seasoned oil.

Looks interesting – and it has a strong onion scent.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added some veggies, a couple fried eggs with Krazy Mixed Up Salt and some Dua Belibis. The noodles were nice – slightly springy and just right. The broth was nice – a slight spiciness, good chicken taste and strong onion flavor. Good stuff! 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686014679 .

Check out this SuperMi commercial – and the heart shapoed hard boiled egg slices! That’s pretty rad – wonder how they do that…

Thanks egg dude, you da man.

#785: Sarimi Isi 2 Rasa Soto

Here’s another one sent by my friend in Indonesia! Soto I’ve had before has had a very nice lime flavor to it I very much enjoyed. Curious if this one will be the same. Let’s see!

The back of the packaging (click image to enlarge).

A piece of the noodle block.

Dry seasonings: base on the left and chili powder on the right.

Base with chili powder atop.

Seasoned oil.

Dark and a little murky!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added a hard-boiled egg, some veggies, some roasted chicken, a little Ajishima Kimchi furikake, some kizami shoga (pickled ginger), some Melinda’s Garlic Habanero hot sauce and a pinch of Krazy Mixed Up Salt. Okay so the noodles were a little banged up during the voyage from Indonesia, but they’re still pretty good – Fluffy noodles. The broth has that nice salty and tasty lime taste that I’ve found in other Soto varieties. Good stuff! 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686017717 .

<iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/NfYWdpbNEn8″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen>A Sarimi TV commercial

This looks amazing

#686: Wingsfood Mi Sedaap Mi Goreng Perisa Sambal Goreng

More Indonesian noodles! This one’s a spicy pack of mi goreng – fried noodles!

This is the export label.

Here’s the package back (click image to enlarge) – the export sticker was a little obstinate.

Here’s the noodle block.

Well, not too hard to tell what we have here – from left to right, seasoned oil, hot chili sauce and sweet soy sauce.

Powdered seasoning sachet!

So everything gets put in the bowl and the noodles once done are drained and everything is stirred up.

Here’s the garnish packet – fried onions!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added two fried eggs, some roast turkey lunch meat, kizami shoga (pickled ginger), Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt and Melinda’s Garlic Habanero hot sauce. Oh – and the fried onion garnish. The noodles are great – chewy and soft too. The flavor is spicy and sweet – along with a satisfying and delicious crunch from the fried onion. This is grubbin! 4.5 out of 5.0 stars! UPC barcode 8998866200448 – get it here.

Mi Sedaap commercial.

Carl Sagan again in this awesome series.

#655: Cap Atoom Bulan Mie Telor Asli

Found this last week while looking for stuff to make my curry soup. Not something standard here; just noodles. But they’re fried noodles from Indonesia by the company that makes the Super Bihun. That rad looking bomb logo calls to me and so here we try Mie Telor Asli Cap Atoom Bulan.

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

In the pack you get three sheets of noodles like this. They’re about 4mm thick.

I decided that I’d make three bowls; one for my wife, my son and myself. This is the one for my wife. Drained noodles with a little garlic salt, pepper and ham.

Here’s my son Andy’s – I cooked them using the seasoning packet from some Indomie Onion chicken flavor noodles – also from Indonesia. He thinks it should get five stars – high praise!

I went for broth – I used the flavorings from a pack of Indomie Soto Mie and dropped an egg in and covered at the end.

Now for the review: this stuff was chewy and thicker than the noodles from Indonesia I’ve tried. It was interestiong cooking them in a little saucepan as well – got the water boiling and had to babysit the plank of noodles until they were pliable enough the entirely enter the boiling water. Of course, you could break them in half, but that’s against my ideas on noodles. Anyways, good stuff – 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. Curious what they would normally be used with. UPC barcode 8994357010015 . Find it here.

This looks really good

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#651: Wingsfood Mi Sedaap Mi Segera Mi Sup Perisa Kari Ayam

Yesterday I went to HT Oaktree Market on 100th & Aurora in North Seattle. I went to get some things to make a batch of my curry soup and of course hit up the noodle aisle. Was thinking of re-reviewing the Mi Sedaap curry I’d had before as well, but as it turns out, I snagged a new one I hadn’t reviewed yet. Then this morning, I noticed a lot of people coming to The Ramen Rater from a forum on a Singapore website – they were all coming because of a link to Mi Sedaap Perisa Asli, something I’d reviewed a while back. I thought I should review a new Mi Sedaap today, so here we go.

Here’s the little sticker that was on the back of the pack.

Here’s the back of the package without the little sticker (click image to enlarge).

Here’s the noodle block.

From left to right, a packet of seasoned oil, a packet of curry powder, and finally a combo packet of seasoning powder and chili powder.

That darker brown powder close to the top is the curry. Well, the instructions say that you’re supposed to add that on top at the end – my bad… Kind of weird how it says to add all ingredients and then at the end says to add that. Would’ve thought curry would be a key ingredient in chicken curry noodles. But I digress.

Click image to enlarge. Cooked an egg with the noodles and added a tiny bit of Krazy Mixed Up Salt on top. The noodles are pretty good and the broth has a great curry flavor. I would have liked a slightly stronger spiciness to it, but all in all this is a great chicken curry noodle bowl. 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC barcode 8998866200332 – get it here.

Mi Sedaap commercial

This looks easy and freaking awesome!

#542: Wingsfood Mi Sedaap Mi Sup Perisa Ayam Istimewa (Artificial Chicken Special Flavor)

Hey this looks shmancy! Nothing better than an interesting new pack of noodles from Indonesia.

A dual packet containing seasoned powder and chili powder as well as a seasoned oil packet.

Yup – another new bowl. From the way this stuff smells, it’s gonna be good!

Click image to enlarge. Finished product, with a couple of fried eggs, of course. The noodles were a little most robust and chewy than your regular fare – very nice. The broth was pretty good too, although have had better  when it comes to chicken ramen. All in all not too bad but nothing really to cheer about. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. Find it here.

Mi Sedaap commercial!

I’m quite jealous of this guy – I have a couple Osbornes that DON’T work.