I cannot contain my excitement because I love love love Mi Goreng (specially the one by Indomie) and I love satay food!!
Today I can confidently say this is the best non-paying job ever!
Satay or sate is a dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce. Satay can be served in various sauces, however most often they are served in a combination of soy and peanut sauce. Thus, peanut sauce is often called satay sauce!!
Cooking Instructions –
- Boil noodles in briskly boiling water (400ml) and simmer for 3 minutes.
- Mix the seasoning sachets (according to taste) on a plate while noodles are being cooked.
- Remove noodles from water and drain well.
- Add noodles to the seasonings, and mix well. Your delicious noodles are ready to serve.
The noodle block is the standard Indomie one and you cannot have any complains with it, one of the best out there according to me.
On top of that, we have FIVE seasoning sachets! YAY!!
- Bumbu is the dry seasoning powder and its a collection or combination of different spices from Indonesia.
- Next to it is the chilli powder with a strong spicy aroma.
- Seasoning oil or “Minyak Bumbu” contains – palm oil, peanut, chilli, onions, garlic and herbs! Smells divine!
- Then we have Kecap Manis a.k.a. the thick and sweet Indonesian soy sauce.
- Lastly and most importantly – Bawang goreng – the fried onions. The elevate the dish to new heights!
Well, I immediately made another packet of this and ate it without letting my brother know so I wont have to share with him. Yes these are that bomb! And he doesn’t read my blog so he wont ever know *evil laugh*
Staying true to the satay flavor, you can taste and smell the peanut, the lime, the sweetness and the spiciness of these noodles. Perfect balance of flavors with a subdued spicy after taste!
The noodles itself are brilliant, as expected, and they get coated so well and evenly with the seasonings. Every bite is so flavorful and leaves you wanting for more! It is tough to stop at just one packet!
I did not feel the need to add any additional seasoning or meat/veggies to this because it’s a genius product in itself.
Pro tip: Get you hands on some Indomie guys! These are dope! Also add the fired onions in the end. Always.
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