Bringing Malaysian flavours in two new instant noodles


Maggi celebrates truly Malaysian flavours with the launch of its Maggi Mi Goreng Sambal Tumis Bilis and Mi Goreng Cili ala Kampung.

In recognising Malaysians’ love for spicy and authentic local flavours, Maggi has released two new Maggi Mi Goreng noodles.

The all new Maggi Mi Goreng Sambal Tumis Bilis and Maggi Mi Goreng Cili ala Kampung will leave you saying “sah Malaysia!”

The new Maggi Mi Goreng Sambal Tumis Bilis encapsulates the aromatic, spicy and savoury tastes of sambal ikan bilis that locals love.

Made from fresh ingredients like garlic, onions, chillies and anchovies, these ingredients are cooked to perfection using the “pecah minyak” technique to deliver the best savoury sambal that will leave you craving for more.

Savoury and sweet with just the right kick of spiciness, the Maggi Mi Goreng Cili ala Kampung will bring to mind the signature mee goreng that Malaysians love, and satisfy your cravings easily in the comfort of your home.

Springy chewy noodles made from Australian wheat, topped with aromatic fried shallots, give a satisfying crunch with every bite to complement the Malaysian flavours.

The truly Malaysian noodles can be prepared in just three minutes.

“Food has become synonymous with Malaysia and is such an important part of our culture, ” said Maggi Nestlé (M) Bhd business executive officer Geetha Balakrishna.

“Malaysians are truly passionate about finding the most authentic local dishes to try for themselves and recommend to their friends.

“As Malaysia’s trusted household brand, we wanted to create truly Malaysian flavours, made by Malaysians, for Malaysians, ” she added.

The Maggi Mi Goreng Sambal Tumis Bilis and Maggi Mi Goreng Cili ala Kampung are both available in major hyper and supermarkets, mini markets, provision stores, and on the official Nestlé stores in Lazada and Shopee.

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