MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle (槟城白咖喱面)

14 December 2013
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It’s quite rare that an instant noodle can be talk of the town. And since it is the talk of the town, how could I not talk about it? This much hyped instant noodle is MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle (槟城白咖喱面). I believe the sudden hype was because it is on the 7th spot in this article (Top Ten Spiciest Instant Noodles Of All Time 2013) by The Ramen Eater.

MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle (槟城白咖喱面)
MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle (槟城白咖喱面)

Thanks to kind dearie Soo Yin, she couriered a pack of 4 MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle to me! Sharing is caring! *touched*

Each pack of instant noodle is 110g while the common instant noodles weigh at only 75g – 85g. The noodle is almost the same portion as common ones and the extra weight actually comes from the packs of condiments inside which consists of seasoning powder, non-dairy creamer and chili paste made with natural ingredients!

Put MyKuali instant noodle to boil
Put MyKuali instant noodle to boil

Dump all condiments into the pot and put to boil a little while more ( I prefer to cook this way :p). It’s the first time I see there’s chili paste (sambal) for instant noodle.

Chili paste
Chili paste

Seasoning powder
Seasoning powder

Non-dairy creamer
Non-dairy creamer

Ever wonder why is it called white curry noodle? Yup, it’s because the usage of non-dairy creamer. The usual ones are using santan though.

It's finally done! Can't wait to try it!
It’s finally done! Can’t wait to try it!

Feel the fire! We added egg into the noodle BTW!
Feel the fire! We added egg into the noodle BTW!

How does it taste? Well, my tolerance for spicy food is not so high but I tried it nevertheless. I’ve been improving already! ^^

Overall, it really is very spicy!!! I can feel the fire inside my throat after second mouthful. Clumsy Boy also liked it very much but hoped that the noodle portion is bigger. Let’s not waste the mouthwatering thick curry! This is certainly a great choice for a quick Malaysian food fix.

Now the big question is: WHERE TO BUY THEM?

As far as I know, many places are already out of stock. Rumor has it that you can get them from SOGO and certain wet markets in Penang. Retail price is at RM 5.90 for a pack of 4 but due to limited stock, some people might take this opportunity to sell them at higher price!

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