Chitato Indomie Mi Goreng Fried Noodles Flavour Potato Chips Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
20g 100 5.0g 2.5g 80mg 0.6g
There is not much to say about this. They are clearly not flavor color coded. There are however bright colours and a backdrop of a clean and white bag. There is a bowl of Chips, but impressively a pair of chopsticks to pick them up with.
These Chips featured perhaps the ideal balance between desired thickness and thickness, although this did lead to quite a few broken Chips in the bag. It is tough to get this right – they need to be thick enough to sustain the Ridges, but not too thick that they munch up like soggy biscuits. These were particularly crunchy and broke down in reasonably oil thickened stages
Extra greasy deep ripples with a crusty surface and the odd small oil blister. There was also some seasoning visible
To this naive Western palate, these Chips were a bit of a culture shock. Indomie is synonymous with Indonesia and is kind of an unofficial official food. It is available all over the world and has a particular taste. The underlying flavours were Soy Sauce and spiciness. There was a fair claim to a bowl of [Fried] Goreng Noodles. There was probably some Paprika in there, along with a wide variety of chemicals.