A couple of weeks ago, we reviewed a dry Maggi noodle from Malaysia that was an “Explosive and Smoky Curry”. Today, we will be trying out another one that could very well be the wet version, the Maggi Letup Kari Cili Api.
Translated into the Bahasa Malaysia language, the name means “Explosive and Fiery Chili Curry” and to convince you further on how spicy it is, the artwork on the cup features flames all over. This cup of noodles is certified as Halal for Muslim consumers.
We begin our review with the photos of the packaging and contents.
The contents of the cup are shown below.
The cup contains the noodle block, a single sachet of seasoning powder and a plastic fork.
Preparation is super easy. Just empty the seasoning powder into the cup and pour in sufficient boiling water. Cover the cup and let the noodles cook for 3 minutes. Stir well before serving. We topped off the noodles with some coriander, chili and egg.
The wheat flour noodles are regular ones that did their job well with a decent texture and flavor to them. Maggi almost never trips up in this aspect and this one is no exception. The broth was a basic spicy curry that delivered a kick of 3.5 chilis. The spiciness didn’t really linger due to the lack of seasoning oil. This is good for those who enjoy eating spicy food but dread the heat that hangs around long after the meal is finished.
Overall we give the Maggi Letup Kari Cili Api a score of 2.5 stars.
Maggi Letup Kari Cili Api (Malaysia)
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