Indomie is a brand of instant noodles that has become a household name in Malaysia. Originating from Indonesia, Indomie has captured the hearts of Malaysians with its unique and delicious flavours. The brand has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the 1970s and is now a staple in many Malaysian households.
Indomie offers a wide variety of flavours to cater to the diverse tastes of Malaysians. One of the most popular flavours is the Indomie Mi Goreng, which is best consumed without any broth. The noodles are cooked in boiling water, drained, and then seasoned with the provided seasonings. The Mi Goreng flavour comes in several variations, including Original, Hot & Spicy, Barbeque Chicken, and Satay. The Original flavour has a rich onion base with fresh spice powder, making it a favourite among Malaysians. For those who love spicy food, the Hot & Spicy flavour offers a perfect combination of spices, chili, and crispy fried onion. The Green Chili flavour offers a hot and spicy taste of fresh green chilies, derived from the famous Indonesian dish, Green Chili Paste (Sambal Ijo).
Indomie continues to innovate and introduce new flavours to the market. The Indomie Mi Goreng Aceh features thicker noodles greased with rich spices and an extra kick of hotness. The Indomie HypeAbis Ayam Geprek brings the hotness of chilies and shallots into the mix with crunchies on top. The Indomie Curly Fried Noodle Salted Egg Flavour satisfies cravings for the popular salted egg craze, with curly fried noodles glazed in a dreamy salted egg paste and a zesty curry leaves aroma.
Indomie has become a beloved brand in Malaysia, offering a wide range of flavours to suit every palate. From the classic Mi Goreng to the innovative Salted Egg flavour, Indomie continues to delight Malaysians with its unique and delicious instant noodles.
Article curated by Suwaytha Gopal