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    Into Me – Send Noods


    Lookin’ like a snack. The brand of Instant Noodles from Indonesia is packed with flavor. Especially Mi Goreng is wildly popular. The humble instant noodle is a giant among students, entrepreneurs and creatives. I know, struggles right? In Indonesia and all over the world, Indomie is eaten at breakfast, as snack, or for lunch or supper. Selemat makan!

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    Like a true Asian toko, you can get some Nasi to go! Nasi goreng means “fried rice” in both Malay and Indonesian language. Nasi goreng was invented as a way to avoid wasting rice. It’s a popular dish in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Suriname and the Netherlands. But to us nasi is just out of this world!

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    Get this HEAT! Sambal is an Indonesian chili sauce or paste typically made from a mixture of a variety of chili peppers with secondary ingredients such as shrimp paste, garlic, ginger, shallot, scallion, palm sugar, and lime juice. It is native to the cuisines of Indonesia, and popular in Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Brunei and Singapore. It has also spread through overseas Indonesian populations to the Netherlands and Suriname.


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