Ramen: Indomie Barbeque Chicken Flavor

Indomie Barbeque Chicken Flavor

Indomie Barbeque Chicken Flavor
90

Overall

9/10

    Pros

    • Seasoning Packet
    • Seasoning Oil Packet
    • Sweet Soy Sauce Packet
    • Chili Sauce Packet
    • Fried Onion Packet

    Cons

    While not always true; it is a common rule of thumb that the more packets in a package of ramen the better. Indonesia’s Indomie Barbeque Chicken Flavor boasts five packets and has a superior flavor. Part of the attraction is that each packet can be used either partially or in total depending on desired taste. As this was my first time trying it, I used all of each, and was pleased with the results.

    The noodles are meant to be drained after cooking, which makes it a noodle dish instead of a ramen soup. The instructions state to mix all the packets contents together before adding to the noodles. To minimize the amount of dishes required, I cooked the noodles in a bowl, then transferred the noodles to a strainer, using the bowl to mix the packet contents before returning the noodles and tossing to cover.

    The result was a pleasant sweet spicy noodle flavor that I enjoyed, definitely a noticeable step up from average ramen, although I’d like it even better if it included more dried vegetable garnish.

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