The typical college student meal must be cheap, quick and easy to whip up. This is probably why instant noodles are always associated with them. Sure, you can spruce things up by mixing in eggs or vegetable, but sometimes I get tired of the typical chicken Maruchan or the spicy Shin Ramyun. Although they are tasty, I know there are other types of instant noodle flavors out there that is worth a try.
Behold, the newest addition to the instant noodle family: Penang White Curry Mee. This is a recent creation by Ibumie, a company based in Malaysia that brings Indonesian and Thai influences into their products. What makes the Penang White Curry Mee so special? According to the Fung Brothers, it’s instant curry noodles with restaurant-worthy taste. In their lastest video, they even show you five different ways to use Penang White Curry Mee at home, including revamping those unappetizing leftovers! Heads up, they even teach you how to make curry fries.
Did Ibumie really create the next great instant noodle flavor? If you’re a fan of your instant noodles with a spicy kick, give it a try and let us know!
Feature image courtesy of FungBrosComedy on YouTube.
The Fung Bro’s and AJ Rafael released the music video “Asians Eat Weird Things” and gave us a good laugh. Needless to say, we’re all aware that some Asian dishes would be considered weird and unappealing to the typical American cuisine even though we may love the stuff. Check out the music video below as well as our list of “Strangest of Strange Asian Cuisine”.
CENTURY EGGS A Chinese delicacy where duck, chicken or quail eggs are preserved until the yolk of the eggs to take on a creamy texture and the whites turns into a dark-colored jelly.
A southeast Asian fruit known for its large size, strong (and often disliked) odor, and horn-covered exterior.
STINKY TOFU A form of fermented tofu that actually does have a strong enough odor to gain its name.
Links of pork and other meats mixed with blood to give them their distinct, dark color.
A developing duck embryo that is boiled and eaten in its shell.
Are these too strange that you can’t stomach it? Or do you absolutely love the stuff? Tell us what you think and list some of your own strange Asian dishes.
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