Can you stop making me blush with hunger Indomie?!?
Mi Goreng + Rendang = I cant even.
“Rendang” is a spicy meat dish originated from Indonesia and is commonly served across the nation. It is also a popular dish in Malaysia, Singapore and southern Philippines!
I have never had rendang before, leave alone beef rendang, so I am super stoked about this one.
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.
One of the simplest and the best noodle blocks in the instant nood world!
And extra love to Indomie for the cutest and the best seasoning sachets –
- Bumbu or the dry seasoning powder is a collection or combination of different spices from Indonesia.
- Next to it is the chilli powder with a strong spicy aroma.
- Seasoning oil looks soooo yummy and the aroma is to die for! Spicy, oily and lemony!
- Last we have Kecap Manis a.k.a. the thick and sweet Indonesian soy sauce.
Sadly no fried onions with this flavor.
Since I am going to write a lot about how amazing these noodles are, I wanted to slip in the fact that I totally love this bowl. I mean look at it! And those chopsticks!
Coming to the main point, these are bomb! The noodles are as expected – perfect! And the spicy beef flavor is on point. I always prefer my beef dishes to be spicy and this was legit.
It has a very rich and spicy gravy flavor and the perfect oily texture to it. The aftertaste is this brilliant kind of spicy that makes you want to never stop eating these!
I felt no need to add anything to this. Although one packet might not fill your tummy but you wont be compromising on taste. I enjoyed these noodles just as it is!
Pro tip: one packet of this is not going to be enough, so do yourself a favor and make two of them at one go!
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