In 25 April 2015, MyKuali (origins from Penang) has just announced the launch of its Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodle in Singapore. Its also on the 7th placement on the Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Noodles of All Time 2015 Editions for its al dente noodles and sweet, seafood-accented broth out of over 1600 instant noodle brands.
In Singapore, its all about food and having Malaysian foodcourts in places like Jurong Point or RWS with both locals and non-locals flocking to try dishes like laksa, chicken rice, fried kway tiao and not forgetting the Hokkien prawn noodles and many more.
Instant noodles is a convenient option to have a food fix or satisfy your craving for local food if you are overseas. As for me, I am a pretty health conscious person thus my reason to have instant noodles would be to save time in order to satisfy my growling tummy. Nevertheless, I was curious on this new flavour with such high reviews.
After opening the noodles, it contains premium chilli paste, seasonings and crispy fried shallots sachet. It took around 5 mins to cook the noodles and I added an egg to it.
As compared to the famous hawker prawn noodles from Penang, the spiciness of the chilli would overpowered the taste of the seasoning if you poured all in and its challenging for those who cannot take spicy. I would propose to add the chilli paste half and gradually adjust. As someone who takes more on the lighter taste, I would find that the noodles more to the salty side. The best part was actually the noodles as I enjoyed springier ones. That’s usually the soul besides the seasoning. Overall I love the spiciness and gave me a better appetite to wolf down the rest of it.
The MyKuali Prawn Hokkien Prawn Noodle (4 in a pack) going at $4.50 and available in Giant and Cold Storage. I am looking forward to the White Curry and especially the Red Tom Yum Goong noodles coming soon to Singapore!