Before I started reviewing instant noodles on a regular basis, I fell in love with a product that was cheap, exotic, and relatively easy to access. That product was Indomie Mi Goreng. I remember when we would venture out of the small town of Anacortes, Washington in the northwest of the United States, I would hope that I would get the chance to visit an Asian grocery store in search of something new to try. I remember after I discovered Indomie Mi Goreng products being just head over heels about their Satay variety. I would get tons of it – 20 or 30 packs. My parents didn’t mind; it was inexpensive. I would share with my friends who hadn’t tried. This is one seriously popular product around the world and just perfection with a fried egg. In this guide, I’m going to go over the history of Indomie’s flagship Mi Goreng, how I prepare it, and some little known facts about it. Sit back, put on your reading glasses, watch me make some, and prepare to learn a little about one of the wonders of the instant noodle world.