Tag: melaka

#3926: Mamee Monster x Daebak Ghost Pepper Kari Lontong – Malaysia

#3988: Mamee Monster x Daebak Ghost Pepper Kari Lontong - Malaysia

Well, shoot… This is the last of the Mamee Ghost Pepper varieties I’ve got here. On one hand, I am breathing a sigh of relief – these have been spicy! But on the other, I do rather enjoy the whole concept of conquering a spicy noodle by eating the whole thing. Lontong is a kind of pressed rice tube/cake which in itself doesn’t have any flavor, but the sauce it comes with certainly does. I first encountered it with Mamee Chef’s Kari Lontong – a variety I thoroughly enjoy! Let’s give this one a try! ...see full post

#3286: INA Pan Mee Perisa Sup Laksa Nyonya Melaka – Malaysia

#3286: INA Pan Mee Perisa Sup Laksa Nyonya Melaka - Malaysia

I’m truly stoked on this one – another one found again at that Smart N Save up in Richmond, BC Canada. This is one I decided not to get last time I was in Taiwan that I saw at Carrefour because, well, it was such a big package and I had limited space. What’s great is that they’ve got quite a few varieties up there so I’ll be trying more – and they’re cheap! ...see full post

#2015: E-Zee Perisa Kari Mi Segera Improved Taste!

A while back, I did a Meet The Manufacturer with CarJEN Foods. I tried their E-Zee Curry and thought it was quite good. It got 4 stars and CarJEN asked about putting my logo on their packaging. We made a deal and there it is! Now, they’ve changed the recipe. It seems this is a trend in the Malaysian market right now – kind of fun since it’s like a re-review but a second shot for these companies for a better score with a new recipe. Let’s check this one out! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #1591: Mi E-Zee Perisa Sayuran

Today we bid a fond farewell to the CarJEN Food Sdn Bhd Meet The Manufacturer. It’s really amazing how many different instant noodle companies there are in Malaysia. What got me was after so many years of exploring instant noodles, here’s yet another one I’d not heard of until they contacted me. Today’s final review is their ‘sayuran’ variety (sayuran translates to vegetarian). Let’s have a look! ...see full post