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30-Pack 3oz. Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles (Original) EXPIRED

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  • 390 Calories per serving. Each serving is (1) individual packet
  • Allergen Callouts: Preservatives, Sesame, Sesame Oil, Soy, Soybean, Wheat
  • 100% Halal certified

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dnb238 asked this question on 07-16-2021 at 10:31 AM
07-16-2021 at 10:31 AM
I pretty much do it the way it's photographed, fried egg, peas and carrots (though I think it's actually peas and red pepper slices on the photo), bok choy if I have it, tofu (if I feel like spending the afternoon waiting for it to press) stir fried in nutritional yeast or chicken.

Almost all ramen I make 2 bricks of noodles per one pack of seasoning but this one is actually not that salty (it has a lot of little individual packets, oil, thick soy, chili sauce if you want it, dried powder, and dried onions). If I'm making dinner for a lot of people I use 4 of these to one extra brick. For one person I'd add half the powder then go up from there, but even all of it isn't way-too-salty like most of my other favorites (Vewong Kung Fu Artificial Beef and Nissin Demae Sesame).

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It's like kosher for Muslim faith
My local Asian supermarket cost $0.45 each. Also Amazon tend to give you almost expired foods.
Most of those ingredients are spices. Here it is when it's not OCR'd terribly:

Wheat Flour (62%), Refined Palm Oil (Contains Antioxidant 319), Salt, Acidity Regulators (451, 501, 500), Thickener (412), Colour (101). Seasoning Powder: Salt, Sugar, Flavour Enhancers (621, 631, 627), Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Yeast Extract, Artificial Flavour, Pepper, Anti Caking Agent (551).

It's wheat flour for the noodles, palm oil, acidity regulators (mostly baking soda which is 500), thickener (412 is guar gum), colouring (riboflavin, a B vitamin), and a seasoning powder.

If you want to get precise, a banana is way more than 5 ingredients [wordpress.com].

If you're interested in what these ingredient numbers mean, here's a list [dermnetnz.org]. They regularly stand for something normal and recognizable (like plain baking soda being E500)

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Lol halal??? Isn't it racist thing ?
It's like kosher for Muslim faith
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Cheaper than international supermarkets? Would love to try it.
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Cheaper than international supermarkets? Would love to try it.
Cheaper than regular price at my local market, but not when on sale at about 30c each.
I prefer these instant noodles to the soupy type.
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My local Asian supermarket cost $0.45 each. Also Amazon tend to give you almost expired foods.
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My local Asian market is selling it for $14.40
This is kindda cheaper in Amazon and I really like this flavor too! Perfectly goes with fried eggs!
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One of the best out out there
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For people who have never had these, they are Indonesian style noodles, and taste really good! I buy a 30 pack every time they are this price on Amazon, although I prefer the spicy Mi Goreng when available.
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Got a pack last week. Best before September 25, 2021
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Lol halal??? Isn't it racist thing ?
The noodles are Indonesian. There are a lot of Muslims that live in Indonesia so it is useful labeling.
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Love these. Buy now. Good stuff.
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