Indomie Mi goreng
Indomie Mi goreng is an instant noodles product line made under the Indomie brand by the Indofood company, the world's largest instant noodle manufacturer, located in Indonesia. The product entered the market in 1983 and is currently available in many parts of the world including North America, Europe, Africa, Australasia and various regions in Asia. A pack of cooked Mi Goreng comes as a plain fried noodle, but can be served with various additional ingredients to enhance the taste. Popular additional ingredients include a sunny side egg or omelette, corned beef or chicken, sliced vegetable and chili, sausage, shrimp and toppings like scallions and grated cheese.
About Indomie Mi Goreng
Mi Goreng is Indonesian for "fried noodle". Indomie Mi Goreng is simply abbreviated as Indomie goreng by most Indonesians. Indomie Goreng is a type of instant noodle served without soup and is stirred well with soysauce, oil, and seasoning. This instant noodle derived its inspiration from traditional Indonesian dish called mi goreng, a variant of fried noodle common in Indonesia. Many street vendors sell it and traditional mi goreng is considered as common food by the people. This product has gained a cult following in Indonesia and in various other countries, such as Nigeria and Australia.
Indomie goreng weights vary for each variant, the original Indomie goreng weights 85g and contains two sachets of seasoning pack. The first sachet has three segments and carries the liquid condiments: sweet soy sauce, chili sauce, and seasoning oil with Garlic flakes. The other sachet has two segments for dry seasoning powder and flake of fried scallion.
Indomie's mi goreng comes in a plethora of different varieties, as follows:
- Indomie Mi goreng
- Indomie Mi goreng Jumbo
- Indomie Mi goreng Pedas (spicy)
- Indomie Mi goreng Rendang
- Indomie Mi goreng Satay
- Indomie Mi goreng BBQ Chicken
- Indomie Mi goreng Vegan
- Indomie Mi goreng Cabe Hijau
- Indomie Mi goreng Kriuuk.. 8x Chicken
- Indomie Mi goreng Kriuuk.. 8x Onion
- Indomie Mi goreng Kriuuk.. 8x Spicy
- Indomie Mi goreng Chicken
- Indomie Mi goreng Cakalang
- Indomie Mi goreng Bulgogi (as part of Taste of Asia flavours)
In select vicinities, Indomie Mi goreng is also available in jumbo (120 gram) packs.
In 2006, Indomie launched a new variant Indomie Mi Goreng Kriuuk.. 8x. In this product, 8x means "Lebih banyak, Lebih renyah, Lebih gurih, Lebih gede" (translated: more noodles, crunchier, more delicious, larger), in three flavours: Chicken, Onion, Spicy.
Ingredients of Indomie 'Original' Mi Goreng
Refined palm oil (contains antioxidant 319), onion, tocopherol.
Sweet soy sauce
Sugar, water, salt, wheat, soy bean, spices, sesame oil.
Chilli Sauce. A.K.A. sambal ulek
Onions-Dried and Fried.
Indomie Mi Goreng is certified Halal (حلال, halāl, halall).
Indomie Mi Goreng contains phenylalanine, so individuals suffering from phenylketonuria should avoid the seasoning. Indomie Mi Goreng also contains Monosodium glutamate (MSG : listed as flavour enhancer 621), making it unsuitable for some individuals with "severe, poorly controlled asthma".
Additionally flavour enhancer 631 can be prepared from meat extract and/or dried sardines, but it can also be created via a microbial synthesis process from a vegetable source,  and flavour enhancer 627 is isolated from sardines and/or yeast extract. The inclusion of flavour enhancer 631 and the way it was prepared means Indomie Mi Goreng may or may not be suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
As taken from 85g pack "Indomie Mi goreng"
|Per Serving||Per 100g|
|Energy||1620kJ (390Cal)||950kJ (230Cal)|
|Sodium||830 mg||490 mg|
- Afghanistan - Upper class shopping centers like A-one Supermarket and Kabul City Center.
- Australia - Most local grocers, supermarkets (such as IGA, Coles and Woolworths) and speciality Asian shops.
- Brunei - Most local grocery stores and supermarket (but using the Indofood brand, manufactured in Malaysia).
- Canada - Some local grocery stores and speciality Asian stores.
- Egypt- Carrefour, most local grocery/convenience stores in most urban areas.
- Taiwan - Carrefour, Wellcome and some Indonesian stores in big city.
- Germany - Some local grocery stores and speciality Asian stores.
- Austria - Some local grocery stores and speciality Asian stores.
- Italy - Some local grocery stores and speciality Asian stores.
- France - Some local grocery stores and speciality Asian stores.
- Netherlands - most supermarkets and Asian speciality grocery stores.
- United Kingdom - International supermarkets, Chinatown in the Soho area of the City of Westminster, and some hypermarkets with "International Supermarket" sections, Wing Yip and other specialist Asian or Chinese grocery importers.
- Iceland - Mai Thai, and probably more speciality Asian stores.
- Spain - Asian speciality grocery stores
- Serbia - Large supermarkets (Interex, Roda/Mercator, Tempo)
- Indonesia - Virtually everywhere.
- Japan - Some speciality Asian (i.e. South East Asian) stores.
- Philippines - Some grocery stores
- Malaysia - Most local grocery stores and supermarkets (but using the Indofood brand not Indomie, not the same as Ibumie).
- Middle East - Most local grocery stores and supermarkets.
- New Zealand - All major grocery stores now stock Indomie Mi Goreng along with many smaller Asian grocers.
- Fiji - All local grocery stores.
- Nigeria - Supermarkets, markets, all grocery stores.
- United States - Asian speciality grocery stores, many supermarkets in large cities also carry it.
- Hong Kong - Supermarkets, most local grocery stores, and 7-Eleven (part of their "hot foods" which they prepare for you).
- Singapore - Many grocery stores
- Croatia - Supermarkets, markets.
- South Korea - Available in halal grocery stores in Itaewon, Seoul.
- Sudan - Most local grocery stores and supermarkets.
- Thailand - Many hypermarkets such as Big C
- Ethiopia - YSO as agents; distributed in major supermarkets and kiosk-based shops.
- Pakistan - All local stores and supermarkets.
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