As promised in my last review, here is the review of another ‘Soto’ flavor, this one with chicken flavouring instead of beef unlike the last one.
These are again soup noodles, and this time I read the instructions properly.
- Boil noodles in briskly boiling water (400ml) and simmer for 3 minutes, add seasonings and mix well.
- Enjoy your delicious Indomie Soto.
So I used about 325ml of water, because I don’t like the soupy version of Indomie noodles.
Standard Indomie wheat noodle block.
And as always a complex mix of seasonings and this is another reason why I absolutely adore Indomie.
- Seasoning Powder or Serbuk Koya has a mild chicken aroma to it and looks like an interesting mix with its pale yellow color. In addition it contains – garlic powder, leek, pepper powder & celery powder.
- Chilli powder
- Seasoning oil or Minyak Bumbu – this has palm oil mixed with onion, garlic, lemongrass and lime flavor. It certainly has a strong lemony aroma.
- Bumbu ‘Sauce’ says the sachet but the main packet has no mention of this additional seasoning. Interesting! This by the way, smells and looks like their standard Bumbu powder.
Let’s see how all this turns out to be!
As expected, the noodles have a brilliant texture and a good chew to them.
This has a faint chicken aroma and even weaker is the taste of chicken which is clearly being over powdered by the lime content.
In my opinion, lime with beef still worked out, but chicken and lime flavor does not hit the stop for me.
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