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Indomie Collection – Mi Goreng Iga Penyet

$1.35
Iga Penyet is a dish which is extremely popular in Jakarta, Indonesia. It referred to as Fried Beef Ribs with spicy sambal sauce and garlic. Save this for a quick, easy and different meal!

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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Indomie Collection -Special Chicken Flavour

$1.35
For those who been to Indonesia, you would know that Indonesia's Indomie flavours are so much more than Australia. We 're bringing you some of Indomie's most interesting flavours to Australia. Not all indomie are dry noodles. For those who prefer a soupy noodles. This is a new interesting flavour "Special Chicken" from Indomie. The chicken noodle soup is very mellow and broth is nice – hearty but not overly greasy Cooking instructions Bring a pot of water to boil. Add the noodles into around 250 cc of water and cook for 2 minutes. Add the seasoning mix into a bowl and place noodles on top of it with water. Mix well and ready to serve.
nissin ippudo akamaru spicy noodle
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IPPUDO Hakata Tonkotsu Instant Ramen

$10.95
Japan 7/11 exclusive and imported from Japan - Ippudo Instant Ramen is now available online for delivery Australia wide. Ippudo, also known as Hakata Ippūdō in Japan, is a very popular Japanese ramen restaurant chain with locations worldwide. Ippudo is well known for its tonkotsu ramen which is this flavour!
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Japan 7/11 Exclusive – Nissin Sapporo Instant Noodle (Rich Miso)

$10.95
Sumire is a famous ramen chain from Sapporo that specializes in rich miso broth ramen. This instant ramen by Nissin is part of the Seven-Eleven Premium Gold Series in Japan. The noodles are thick and chewy – very premium. The broth has a very rich miso flavor that had a little thickness and a nice oiliness. The vegetables and bits hydrated perfectly – nice bits of ground meat and bamboo shoots and are of good quality. A premium bowl of ramen. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars
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Payang Apple Pie Yakisoba

$6.95
Yakisoba Apple Pie - wondering how it taste? Try this very famous / infamous Apple Pie Taste yakisoba from Japan. It smelled sweet and buttery, but tasted salty and savory. It was an ill-fitting match but it is a delicious one for some
japan payang spicy soba
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Yakisoba Payang Chige Style

$6.95
Super Spicy yakisoba from Japan. The noodles has slightly tomato-like flavor and sweetness with intense sour taste like vinegar, but a fierce spiciness comes immediately afterwards so it is not recommended it to those who are not good at eating spicy food.
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Yamatoki Instant Noodle Salt Flavor (Japan 7/11 Exclusive)

$10.95
Japan's 7/11 Exclusive - Imported from Japan. Founded in 1988.  It is a product jointly developed by the owner of Yamato Fire, Seven & i Group, and Nissin Foods Co., Ltd. We have reproduced the "Shio Ramen" from the famous Asahikawa Ramen store "Santouka". The rich soup peculiar to Santouka is a mellow soup with a lingering taste. The noodles have a chewy texture that is typical of Santouka. It's a satisfying cup!
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Beksul Luncheon Meat (200g)

$4.95
In Korea, Spam Isn't Junk Meat — It's A Treat Spam, but maybe not quite the way you know it. This a South Korea version of Spam. The famous canned meat has been cleverly positioned as an ideal accompaniment for the local staple rice.
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Maggi Curry Noodles (Kari Cili Api)

$1.35
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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Mama Pork Flavour Noodle

$2.95
This is a conventional Pork flavour by Mama brand (the king leader of instant noodles in Thailand). Because the flavour of Mama Pork Flavour Noodles taste nothing like other Pork Noodles. We love that these are slightly saltier, and that the noodles are much more Q (aka chewy)!
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Mama Shrimp Tom Yum (Jumbo Pack)

$1.95
No Tom Yum instant noodle brand can replace that of Mama. We are serious about our food and to us, Mama is the true taste of Thailand. It is very appetising and has a bold Tom Yum flavour that will delight all Tom Yum fans. If you are after a mouth of real Thai food, there is no other more authentic options out there (of course, unless you have a Thai chef at home). This item is a Jumbo pack (90g).
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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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Nissin Singapore Cup Noodles (Chicken Mushroom)

$4.50
Nissin is a popular Japanese instant noodle brand and they have done a fantastic job in customising their instant noodles to global taste, beyond Japan. This Nissin Cup Noodles is a Singapore instant food staple - It is chicken broth with a savoury flavour and a distinct chicken aroma.
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Nissin Singapore Cup Noodles (Tom Yam Seafood)

$4.50
Nissin Cup Noodles is extremely popular amongst the Japanese & Asian Community. It is one of the largest instant noodles companies! This is Nissin Singapore flavour version! Hot & Sour flavour along with tom yam paste gives soup the enhanced aura of spiciness and makes it aromatic with lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Black Pepper Crab Flavoured)

$4.95
This Black Pepper Crab Flavour is the newly creation from Prima Taste Singapore. The black pepper crab flavor was spot on. The black pepper aspect of it was in the forefront and it played well with other flavors. The sweetness taste of crab and the spiciness of black pepper was in the perfect balance.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Chilli Crab Flavoured)

$4.95
This Chilli Crab Flavour is the newly creation from Prima Taste Singapore. Imagine the month watering Savour succulent crab in a piquant and flavourful chilli base and this noodle is exactly that. This full-bodied dish is a popular feature in Singapore seafood restaurants and now you can enjoy at the comfort of your home.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Curry Flavoured)

$4.95
This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. The unique curry flavor of this noodle is created with various herbs and spices. They are skillfully blended together to create the delicious flavour of curry which make this noodle a very popular instant food in Singapore.
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Prima Singapore La Mian (Prawn Soup)

$4.95
This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. The quality of this Prawn Soup noodles is what people would expect from a restaurant and definitely not a instant one . The broth has a very rich and luxuriant prawn flavor, the depth and heartiness of the soup is like it’s been cooking for hours instead of minutes. The taste is a bit of buttery and sweet as well and it is not spicy like the other Prima's Noodles like  Laksa and Curry offerings. This is very very Prawn
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Singapore Myojo Char Mee (Prawn Fried Noodles)

$1.85 $1.35
Item is sold in single pack. This in one of the Singapore flavoured noodle. Myojo is one of Singapore's homegrown brands. And of course, they released Char Mee Dry, one of the Singaporean's soul dish. The quality of this Fried Prawn noodles is what people would expect from a restaurant and definitely not a instant one . The taste is a bit of buttery and sweet as well and it is not spicy.
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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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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Herbs Soup)

$4.95
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)

$4.95
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)

$4.95
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)

$4.95
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.