Instant noodles such as Indomie is a favourite among Malaysians and we often visit mamaks just to get our Indomie fix. Boss, Indomie satu!
Or if you’re stuck at home and feeling your tummy rumble, it’s one of the simplest, most affordable meals you can make. You know you’ve definitely done it before!
Well, if you are a hardcore Indomie fan, you will be delighted to know that somebody has come up with a combination that is to-die-for. They created a fried chicken sandwich with a twist, the fried chicken is coated in Mi Goreng Noodles batter.
Just think. Indomie + fried chicken in a burger. Unfff!!!
Named simply as the Chicken Sandwich No. 3, this awesome burger is made by marinating the juicy piece of chicken in hot sauce and soy sauce overnight to give it that extra flavour. Then, the noodles are crushed and mixed with the powder packet to create that special batter to coat the chicken.
After being deep-fried a nice golden brown, it is ready to be assembled on top of a soft bun paired with kecap manis mayo, pickled carrot and wombok, fried shallots and chilli sauce. Are you salivating already? Because I definitely am!
Unfortunately, it is only available in a burger joint at Sydney, known as Guilty, at the moment but we think that someone in Malaysia should create this too, as there are so many Indomie lovers out there!
Or if you are feeling adventurous, try to recreate this in your very own kitchen!
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