People are going crazy over this Indomie-coated chicken burger in Sydney

Flying over to Australia right now.

By Olivia Lin | May 11, 2017

It’s an established fact that Indomie, in particular, the Mi Goreng flavour of Indomie, is the godfather of all instant noodles. It’s so addictive that some people have even likened it to drugs.

Recognising this Indomie-crazed market is a restaurant in Sydney named Guilty, which has recently invented a genius dish that incorporates the noodles into its latest burger creation.

Photo via Guilty

Here’s its amazingly delicious-sounding description:

It’s fried chicken coated in the Mi Goreng noodles served on kecap manis mayo, pickled carrot and wombok, fried shallots and chili sauce.

Kecap manis is a sweet soy sauce originating from Indonesia that’s made from fermented black soybeans and palm sugar. It’s often used in Indonesian eateries as a condiment or cooking sauce.

And wombok is a Chinese cabbage people usually eat in steamboats, which looks like this:

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So a combination of all those ingredients is sure to result in a heavenly mouthgasm. At least, to a lot of people in Australia, this seems to be the case.

 

Reception

Foodies in Australia are tripping over themselves to have a taste of this magical creation.

What's better than a mi goreng burger? Seriously. This is what dreams are made of 🙌🙌

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The burger is part of Guilty’s series of inventive chicken sandwiches, and will only be available for a limited time period.

And since the restaurant is located down south, watch this video to see how the burger is made so you can recreate it yourself at home:

 

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About Olivia Lin

Olivia likes to spook herself out by reading short horror stories and delving into the world of the unknown. She’s also worried that by stating this on an online platform, internet-savvy ghosts might take notice and haunt her at night.

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