Reddit Reddit reviews Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles, Halal Certified, Original Flavor, 3 oz, Pack of 30

We found 32 Reddit comments about Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles, Halal Certified, Original Flavor, 3 oz, Pack of 30. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles, Halal Certified, Original Flavor, 3 oz, Pack of 30
INCLUDES: 30 individually wrapped packets of Indomie Mi Goreng noodlesCALORIES: 390 Calories per serving. Each serving is (1) individual packetALLERGEN CALLOUTS: Preservatives, Sesame, Sesame Oil, Soy, Soybean, WheatHALAL: 100% Halal certifiedCOOKING INSTRUCTIONS: Boil noodles for 3 minutes in water. Drain noodles. Empty condiment contents into pan on medium heat. Return noodles into pan and stir fry quickly for 1 - 2 minutes, evenly coating noodles. Enjoy!
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32 Reddit comments about Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles, Halal Certified, Original Flavor, 3 oz, Pack of 30:

u/LegworkDoer · 11 pointsr/food

you are doing it wrong. that is soup.. it is supposed to be eaten with water... ;)

instead what you will love is this bad boy:

those are INTENDED to be server without water... and taste like motherfucking rainbows on steroids. if you want to go commando then throw the noodles in a pan and add an raw egg to stri fry it before seasoning.

in anycase these come in jumbo sizes as well and are available in most asian supermarkets...
those are from indonesian origin
prepare your world to be rocked!!

u/wolfpack_charlie · 10 pointsr/videos

Ooh, so the bowl kind actually comes with the toppings on the label? I've been buying the packets, which have soup base and some kimchi (I think?) flakes.

My current fave is this mi goreng There's like 5 separate sauce packets, and I love opening and combining all of them

u/alehar · 9 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

It's available by the case on Amazon.

u/okgum · 8 pointsr/todayilearned

Mi Goreng, Its not Japanese but its my favorite instant noodles.

u/somethinghaha · 7 pointsr/indonesia
u/ResRevolution · 5 pointsr/onionhate
u/RruinerR · 4 pointsr/backpacking

Fancy ramen when it's not a long trip and i can get a few fresh things to carry. Specifically a carrot (but this can be optional)
First, dont start with the ramen from normal stores. I have found a great variety of ones at our local vietnamese market.
This is one of my favorites: Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Stir Fry Noodles, Halal Certified, Original Flavor,30 Count

It comes with 5 spice packets/oils. Cooks like ramen. About 2 cups of water. We like to drain it. Snag some butter packets from a diner. Slice up the fresh veggies I can carry. (I like carrots and bok choy if I can get my hands on some) usually boil those in the water ahead of the noodles.
Very good.

u/Wheretheflowersgrew · 3 pointsr/FoodPorn

I used to do the same thing with indomie mi gorang

So good when your broke and lazy.

u/oli2tup · 3 pointsr/ramen

Depends on what you want.

Soup based #2 for me: MARUTAI Hakata Nagahama Tonkotsu anything from MARUTAI is AMAZING

Instant Indomie #1 for me: Mi GorenG almost anything from indomie is really good.

Spice and pure sadistic heat: Samyang Extra Spicy

I hope this helps. :)


Read your post again, i missed the mark. To import food in general from japan i use this site

u/AdasMom · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

If you want to switch up your ramen game try these. I've barely eaten anything else for weeks. I think they might actually be addictive. And all of the varieties are good.

u/Kicker0fE1ves · 3 pointsr/vegan

This ish right here.

Important though:

  1. Specifically this flavor. I've tried a few others and eh.

  2. Drain the water after microwaving/boiling, it's definitely a fried noodle dish rather than noodle soup.

    I'm in love with these things oh my god.
u/OGWillikers · 2 pointsr/politics

That's good, but I've ordered stuff back in the more broke days from Amazon that was better.

Like this:

u/sefie · 2 pointsr/AskWomen
u/Hunterthehusky · 2 pointsr/ExpectationVsReality

Try and find Mi Goreng noodles. This particular brand is fuckin delicious. Link;

As for the egg, it wont take long to get it right. Low heat, and gently pour the egg into the pan. Pick out the shells first before they get lost in the cooked egg whites.

u/HoneyTreats · 2 pointsr/ramen
u/euchlid · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

One of my dad's specialties is the ichiban leftover soup.
Make the soup, add whatever left over cooked meat you have, shredded. Add in bok choi, broccoli, green onions, and an egg or two.
Add in a couple of splashes of Maggi seasoning for extra sodium (lol).

Mi Goreng is one of my favourite instant soups.

u/reidzeibel_ · 2 pointsr/fuuka

> What do you love the most about your new home?

Snow and Climate

I came from a tropical country, passed by the Equator, day/night cycle is always stable, there's only 2 season : dry & rainy season. Average temperature around 27-30 Celsius.

Enter UK, 4 seasons, different day/night cycle each season, and Daylight Savings Time. First winter was rough, I had to wear a quad layer clothing in order to survive the near-zero temperature outside. Now it's spring and I'm sweating on 15 degree Celsius (that's already freezing in Indonesia).


> Favourite indonesian and british dish?

Indonesian dish? Top pick :

  • Sauteed Kale (local name Kangkung, also called water spinach, swamp cabbage, or morning glory)
  • Fried Tempeh
  • Sambal Terasi (Fishcake hot sauce)

    Put three of them in front of me and I'm a happy man. Total cost of that food should be around 4 Pounds for 1 servings here in UK, in Indonesia its MUCH cheaper, less than 1 Pounds for 4 servings.

    As for one thats easily available worldwide, I think it's Indomie Goreng. IMO, that's the best Instant Noodle in my Country.

    As for British Dish, I can't say much, haven't found any british-specific dish here. And if there's any, I doubt I can eat it since I only eat halal meat and can't consume any alcohols (you can call it inconvenient but I've lived with it since I was born, so no big deal xD)
u/Deftly_Flowing · 2 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Just buy a bunch of cheap ass noodles they're cheap AF and absolutely delicious.

u/veghailey · 1 pointr/vegetarian

IndoMie Ramen

This is an Indonesian Ramen brand and I’ve loved every flavor I’ve tried so far. They’re way better than the usual Nissin ramen. The Mi Goreng line is actually supposed to be prepared similar to chow mein, like cooking and frying the noodles in spices provided but I’ve found luck making it normally as well.

-Mi Goreng Fried Noodles
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u/wife-shaped-husband · 1 pointr/AskReddit

First off, the type of Ramen you get makes a difference. If all I have access to is a standard grocery store, I'll go for the chili, oriental or roast chicken flavor. But most of the time I get my ramen at the asian market where they have way more brands/flavors to chose from than Maruchan. My fav is Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodle which has 2 sets of flavor packets in it: one that's the seasoning powder and fried onions, the second is a 3 pack of seasoning oil, sweet soy sauce, and chili sauce.

Second, I typically keep little homemade frozen packages of chopped veggies on hand for throwing into omelets or ramen, so I'll usually add that and a soft boiled egg. Ramen is mostly a soft boiled egg delivery device for me.

u/TheBlankState · 1 pointr/ramen

I’m sure any Asian grocery should have it, possibly the Asian section of a supermarket too. Also ordering it online is always an option too.

This is a box of 30 for $17.

u/allrollingwolf · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

These come with separate sauce / oil / seasoning packages and are fucking delicious and about 50cents (or less in bulk) in asian grocery stores around north america. I eat them pretty much every day with an egg some tofu and green onion for breakfast and/or dinner.

There's a purple version that is rare to find that is super spicy and is my favourite...

u/Moh-HD · 1 pointr/pics

Having lived in Iraq the cardboard that he used to attach the explosive was of a cheap knock off of Indomie noodles in iraq proof: the packaging is almost identical when comparing with the pictures of the explosive device. i think its a little odd that a person would kill them selves using noodle cardboard and some sort of explosives.

u/aceartemis7 · 1 pointr/ramen

Prima Taste's Laksa:
is one of my favorite. It's like curry ramen, so delicious and flavorful!

Also, if you're not feeling broth-y, try Indomie's Mi Goreng Another one of of my favorite

u/Krynja · 1 pointr/PutAnEggOnIt

The noodles came with a chili sauce

u/ObnoxiousOldBastard · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Spicy Tuna with Ramen Noodles.
This is my go-to fast & easy recipe, & is very cheap (well under $2/serve), & uses only pantry ingredients.


  • A single-serve can of tuna, ideally in oil, but any kind will work. 95gm, maybe 3-4 US oz?
  • A packet of Indomie Mi Goreng instant ramen.

    Method: Drain the tuna.
    Put the noodle brick on the boil, per the directions, over cooking is fine.
    Put a little oil in a pan or wok, scorch the tuna a little, add all the flavour/oil sachets, stir thoroughly, & take off the heat. Drain the noodles, add to the pan, return to heat, & stir thoroughly.

    Variations: The orange sauce packet is hot chilli, & is hot by Indonesian standards, not Western standards so you may not want to use the whole packet the first time you try it. The default recipe can be a little dry. Adding a tablespoon or two of jarred crushed tomato or salsa along with the flavour packets works.

    Even cleaning as you go, you're done in under 10 minutes.

u/KCopikrj · 1 pointr/worldnews

Yeah why? He could just buy a freaking Indomie, If he is that stingy.

u/ampfin · -1 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

These are my favorite ramen noodles. Perhaps not the healthiest, but they're delicious