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Just to add about one of dooyoo's member comment MSG contain in Indomie sauce ingredient, it is actually yeast extract substance just like you find in known stock cube or marmide.Apart of that, I agree with his comment about the outstanding taste and price of indomie "migoreng" and it's other flavours.The many sachet of ingredient is a typical Indonesians food complements.Everyone should try it.Enjoy ! Johnny
This is by far one of my favourite instant noodle flavours for one reason: it's very tasty!
It comes in a small package (85g), so if you don't get full that easily, you might consider making two for yourself.
The Indomie instant noodles are different from other instant noodles. First, this is a "dry" kind - meaning there's no soup. No need to find a soup bowl or worry about spillage while eating. Second, there are 5 sachets that you mix together for that delicious taste (as opposed to others where there are only 2: soup base and seasoning) - seasoning powder, seasoning oil, sweet soy sauce, chili sauce, and fried onion. The chili sauce is quite mild, but if you're not keen on any spicy-ness, then don't add it to the mixture.
Cooking is easy enough - cook the noodles in boiling water for a few minutes; while the noodles are cooking, mix the sachets on a plate or bowl; place noodles on your mixture and mix; it's ready to eat!
I could probably eat this every day (and I'm sure there are students somewhere who do eat this every day), but there is one caution I'd give: it's not the most healthiest food in the world. It's packed with MSG and salt. So eat it in moderation.
If you like the original flavour, Indomie makes other flavours as well. I'd suggest the Rendang and Satay flavours. Enjoy!