This flavor was delicious! And it’s not Ayam (chicken) ! I had no idea what Kocok Bandung flavor was so I did a bit of internetting and found that it’s a beef noodle soup from the Bandung area. Kocok means “shaken noodles” if anyone’s interested.
Followed the cooking instructions: Cook noodles separately and dump soup and noodles into the bowl with seasoning. I actually made this incorrectly as you can see below. I strained the noodles and didn’t add any of the water. Did not realize this was a soup noodle dish until I took my first bite and a jolt of sodium surged through my tongue… Wowzers! Went to check the packet again and saw the picture of SOUP noodles. Added some water from my hot water dispenser and wah lah…fixed. This flavor was really yummy, had a strong lime flavor that was very complimentary. I am a sucker for any and all noodle dishes that have lime.
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Fried curly noodles with corned beef flavour…did I read this right? Strange combo at first glance…really, corned beef?! I wonder if the Indonesians celebrate st. patty’s day?
Skeptical and then surprised that corned beef and fried noodles work! Who’d a thunk it?…I guess indomie did? Kinda tasty… The beef tasted like that familiar salted cured flavor of corned beef and the texture was a bit dry and crumbly. There was a nice balance of sweet and salty, the crumbly pieces of meat made this a meal. I was pleasantly surprised. Wish I grabbed more.ramen noodles | Comment (0)
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YESSS, Mi Goreng in a cup! BEST. INDOMIE. NOODLES. EVER. Why isn’t this available in the states?
LOVE the built in strainer. Awesome idea! I said, AWESOME! A quick flip after the noodles are cooked and wah lah! Strained noodles.
Another thing that I’m finding very super awesome are the liquid sauces. love the easy mix.
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Cup noodle chicken onion flavor from indomie!
It tastes liiiike…chicken. not so oniony. I’m going to go ahead and say that this is not my favorite Indomie flavor. For chicken cup o noodle, I’ll stick with Nissin for now. Glad I tried it!
I am loving all the variety that Indomie has to offer – who knew they had more than just mi goreng flavor? I think I need to crawl out from under my rock.