Usage: The Mamee Chef Lontong is an instant noodle, making it very easy to make and very flavorful in taste, especially knowing it is made by Mamee. To make it, firstly, take a pack of the lontong flavored instant noodles and prepare a bowl, a saucepan or a wok, and cooking and dining utensils of your choice, be it a pair of spoons and a fork or a pair of chopsticks. Then, boil 400ml of water for every pack of instant noodles. After the water is visibly bubbling, insert the broth powder, flavoring paste, and creamer included into the wok. Stir the added ingredients with your cooking utensil and now, you can add the noodles to the wok. If you are conscious of your health and the repercussions of instant noodles, you can separately remove the noodle wax by boiling it separately and straining off the water and adding the cooked noodles into the broth. Getting back to the original step, let the noodles soften inside the hot water and stir it once in a while. Once the noodles have fully softened, turn off the heat and pour the lontong Mamee noodles into the bowl and enjoy your meal!
However, like a true foodie, maybe as such is not enough. You want something more to make it more fulfilling but don’t worry, we’re here to assist. Perfect to be paired with the mee lontong, a cut into two pieces of hard-boiled eggs, some vegetables such as mustard greens, and cabbage as well as some nicely fried fishballs, tofu, and shrimps. So, don’t stop at just the lontong noodles, it’s a black canvas free for you to paint your colors with.
Certification(s) And Mentioning(s): Being an established brand in a Muslim-majority country that is also famously known for its rich food culture, the company has acquired three very significant certificates that any big name in the industry should have.
Packaging: The mamee chef lontong is packages inside of a black plastic packaging. Each packaging will contain 4 individual packs of the instant noodle, each weighing 89 grams. On the packaging, a full-fledged bowl of the lontong instant noodle is showcased wil vegetables, shrimps, boiled eggs and tofu on it among other vegetables. On it, a picture of the borth’s powder and lontong (rice cake) is showed. On the top, the Mamee brand can be seen with chef written under it, indicating that the product is under their premium line of instant noodles.
Storage Instructions: The appropriate conditions for keeping the mamee chef lontong are simple. Simply keep them in a dry room at room temperature, and the product should last its full shelf life of 9 to over a year at 15 months.
The Mamee Chef Lontong is an instant noodle that is unlike any other. From recent times to even from back in the days, you can see that the popularity of products such as miso ramen and ramyun grown in popularity, competing in the market along with the typically flavored instant noodles in Malaysia that are chicken soup, Tom Yam and curry. However, Mamee has brought out something different, a more local and traditional recipe with a twist. Like the satay, ketupat, and nasi impit, it is rather ridiculous to argue which nation is the forefather unlike those who are served almost exclusively in their countries such as balap, gado gado, and nasi lemak.
The lontong, a banana leaf-wrapped rice cake, is easily found in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia and is served along with a creamy broth that is green in color. The cashew nuts infused broth, however, has a reddish color, making it appear more like a sauce or sambal has been added to it. The dish is usually served in times of celebration such as hari raya or at weddings, making it a seasonal food that should excite many to be more accessible through the Mamee Chef Lontong, which is also available in an instant noodle cup (84g) form.
Established just over half a century ago, the company has seen itself grow into a significant presence in the food industry. Now, the company offers over 50 different products including the Double Decker Crackers, Mister Potato Chips, Cheers Beverage, Nocolet Swiss Herb Candy, and many more.
- Origin: Malaysia
- Certification(s) and mentioning(s)