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Indomie – Pop Mie Pedes Dower

$2.95 $2.35
Spicy until your lips become swollen is the power of the new Pop Mie Pedes Dower by Indofood. The new cup noodle contains chili from Lombok to turn your lips swollen (dower). For those who feel cold, tired or do not like to drink plain water, the new Pop Mie Pedes Dower is the solution because the spiciness will keep your warm, energise and make you want to drink more fluid. The following video shows Popmie Downer!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSdtA_5mBco  
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Indomie – Pop Mie Pedes Gledeek

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Indofood’s Pop Mie is back with an extremely spicy dry noodle in cup – Pop Mie Goreng Pedes Gledeek Rasa Ayam Pedas. Unlike the previous Pedes Dower, a spicy soup cup noodle, that can make your lip swollen, Pedes Gledeek is a dry fried noodle with a spicy chicken flavour.  
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Maggi Curry Noodles (Kari Cili Api)

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It always baffles me why Australia does not sell the Curry version of Maggi Noodles. This is just as good, if not even better, than Maggi's Chicken Flavour instant noodle cousin. If you are after affordability and a kick of curry, you must give this a try. It is like a staple food in Malaysia and Singapore.
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Nissin Cup Noodles (Mala)

$4.95
This “hot and numbing” mala flavour has a proprietary recipe which includes Sichuan pepper, chilli, garlic, ginger and lots of other ingredients to achieve its fiery, tingling broth. The spice level has been pegged as “da la”, or very spicy.
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Taiwan Beef Noodles with Tomato Soup
五谷道場 番茄牛腩麵

$2.50
The main thing is taste. The beef with sour bamboo shoots is super fragrant when cookeded. The soup is golden, pure and bright, moderately hot and sour. Tomato beef is relatively plain. Tomatoes are sweet and sour., It feels like the tomato soup cooked at home. The beef flavor is not strong.
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Taiwan Dajia Stirred Noodles (Bean Sauce)
台灣大甲乾麵 (炸醬)

$2.95 $1.95
Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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Taiwan Dajia Noodles (Mala)
台灣大甲乾麵 (麻辣)

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Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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Taiwan Dajia Noodles (Original)
台灣大甲乾麵

$2.95 $1.95
Seventy years of old taste, you can eat at home. The story of five generations of heritage. In 1949, Lao Deng, who came to Taiwan by crossing the sea to Taiwan, made his fortune from the small straw shed in the Dongmen Market. For 70 years, the fifth generation has inherited Lao Deng’s home flavor and refined many signature Sichuan-style dishes. This year, he has been calling for the launch of Lao Deng Dandan. The thick sesame sauce is made by heavy roasting and grinding with traditional methods. The fragrant sesame sauce has a rich taste. It is mixed with secret recipe, carefully refined with a variety of peppers, Dahongpao pepper powder and various spices. The taste is smooth and spicy, and every bite is a nostalgic hometown flavor. This is sold in individual packet.
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SauTao Noodle King (Wonton Soup Flavour)
壽桃生麵王鮮蝦雲吞味

$3.80 $2.95
Wonton Noodles is a famous local food in Hong Kong. Sautao, a famous noodles manufacture in Hong Kong create an instant version of the very popular Wonton noodle. It taste exactly like the taste of original flavour from the street of Hong Kong.
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Nissin Raoh Grapefruit Shio Ramen
日清ラ王柚子しおラーメン

$3.99
This first and the only grapefruit Shio ramen from Nissin The noodles is very thick and chewy. The Broth is quite interesting with citrus and has a nice oiliness to it which is very different to other ramen from Nissin. You have to try it to know it. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 450ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 1 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.
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Traditional Chinese Laotan Sauerkraut Beef Noodles
統一 老檀酸菜

$4.95 $1.95
Laotan Sauerkraut Beef Noodles is made from mustard greens with a ratio of 1:1 to the stems and leaves. The sauerkraut is crispy and has a strong sour flavor. The vegetables are dehydrated using natural ancient methods and then dried. The vegetable layer is stored in the salt cellar. After nine, ninety and eighty-one days of fermentation, it is once again put into the traditional pottery jar and the old brine for the second fermentation to produce the authentic sour taste. The marinated sauerkraut is paired with small yellow ginger, two vitex or horn pepper and secret red oil to make the noodles full of flavors. Every bite is sour and spicy, salty and spicy. It is one of the most famous beef noodles in China.
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Dried Beancurd (Back Papper)
老滷豆干 (黑胡椒)

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Pepper)
老滷香辣豆干

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What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Mala)
老滷麻辣薄片

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Thailand Mama Salted Egg Noodles

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The New Mama Salted Egg Noodles is finally in Australia. This is one of those food that you either love it or hate it. But for salted egg or Mama food fans, I think you will love it. This noodles is made with real Salted duck eggs and is most definitely not a just an egg with salt. The noodles came out nicely – gauge and chew very much on point. The texture match very very good with the seasonings. A spicy and fascinating melange of flavor including a kind of egg yolk smashed kind of feel to it. Cooking instructions Bring a pot of water to boil. Add the noodles into the water and cook for 2 minutes. Remove noodles from pot and drain remaining water from noodles. Add the seasoning mix into a bowl and place noodles on top of it. Mix well and ready to serve.
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Pasta-Ya Bolognese Sauce
ハウス「ぱすた屋」<ミートソース>

$5.50
Japan food are well-known for their quality but amongst their well-known product range is Japanese pasta and Japanese curry. It tastes different and is slightly sweeter. House Foods is a Japanese brand that specialised in snacks and instant foods. They are far more well-known for their product development of pre-packed curry, sauces and spices. Pasta-Ya Bolognese Meat Sauce has a sweet tomato base that is flavoured with minced beef and spices such as tomato, oregano and basil. This is perfectly convenient to consume. You can either heat up the pack by placing it in boiling water for 3-5 minutes or you can heat it up in a microwave oven for 90 seconds. Pour the heated bolognese sauce on top of your pasta and add any other garnishing as you would like.
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Taiwan Famous Duck Bean-Thread Soup Noodle
台灣冬菜鴨肉湯粉絲

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It's fragrant! Ancient refined winter vegetables with a fragrant duck scent.  The soup is fresh and full-bodied Nostalgic retro hometown taste. Taiwanese most familiar taste.
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Taiwan Famous Temple Noodles
東北關廟麵

$9.75
Guanmiao Noodles is a famous handmade noodle in Guanmiao District, Tainan City. 

It is called the "Three Treasures of Guanmiao" together with pineapple and bamboo shoots. 
This noodle was served on the table and became a local specialty under the name of "Guanmiao Noodle" after its huge popularity. 
The noodle making process requires a lot of labor
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CJ Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup (Samgyetang)

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Ginseng chicken soup (in Korean, Samgyetang) is a hot, steaming, delicious dish that features a small chicken stuffed with rice, ginseng, garlic, and  jujube. You have to commit to eating a whole chicken all by yourself when you sit down for a bowl of samgyetang! But it’s totally worth it.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Herbs Soup)

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If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Sauce)

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If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Sukiyaki)

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If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Yen Tofu Soup)

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If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Nissin Korean Hot Chili Chicken Fried Noodle

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The Nissin Korean Hot Chili Chicken Noodle was Nissin’s attempt to tap into the Samyang hot chicken ramen market in Korea.