MyKuali's Instant Noodles - Rated Top 10 in The Ramen Rater 2015

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

MyKuali is known for its authentic Penang brand and is the only brand with three entries in The Ramen Rater’s Ten Instant Noodles of All Time 2015 Edition. Below I will be reviewing two out of the three instant noodles, Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodle and Penang White Curry Noodle which came in 7th and 2nd place respectively.

Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodle [S$4.50 for a packet of 4], noting like your usual instant noodles. This comes in that extra punch of flavours from the well-balanced prawn taste and hits the perfect note of sweetness. The broth is a little too oily for me, besides that all is good. Even the noodles is soaked with the prawn broth. 

Penang Hokkien Prawn Vermicelli Soup in a bowl [S$2.40], just like a cup noodles where it will be ready in just 4 minutes. Similarly, topped it off with the crispy fried shallots and your meal is served. For those who prefer something healthier, vermicelli is the one for you. I still prefer the noodles though.

What's in the packaging?
Noodle/vermicelli block, soup seasoning, aromatic premium chilli paste and crispy fried shallots. How rare that instant noodles give fried shallots!

Where to get it?
Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodle is available at all Cold Storage and Giant supermarkets. Whereas, Penang Hokkien Prawn Vermicelli Soup in a bowl is only available at 7-11 stores.

Penang White Curry Noodle [S$4.50 for a packet of 4] is said to be even more delicious with an improved recipe. MyKuali believes in using only traditional, natural ingredients as well as spices to create exciting flavours.  With that said, the new and improved version include adding real garlic bits to the paste to give it that spicy and sweet taste. It is also roasted slightly longer allowing it to release its full aromatic flavours. Even the noodles are improved adding a chewier texture.

Just for the Singapore market, they introduces a brand new design for the packaging.  It aims to strengthen its recognisability and brand distinction with its fire-engine red colour. Definitely a full-flavoured curry with a fiery finish coming from a packet of instant noodle. I am amazed. If it is less oily I would have finished the curry.

What's in the packaging?
Noodle block, roasted belacan (shrimp paste), seasoning powder, non-dairy creamer.

Where to get it?
Penang White Curry Noodle is available in Cold Storage, Giant Hyper & Supermarket and Sheng Siong stores.

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