A1 Abalone Instant Noodle Malaysia
There are many instant noodles around the world. You can find all sorts of instant noodle in terms of flavours and taste. I still remember they used to have Cheese flavour for Maggi Instant Noodles in Australia. Two years ago, the big buzz in Malaysia was the MyKuali White Curry. Recently, I found a new instant noodle and it comes with a real piece of abalone. It is called the A1 Abalone Instant Noodle and it is from A1 a Malaysian company based in Johor. We are a big fan of A1 products especially their A1 Bakuteh products as we used to bring it to Australia when we studied there.
The A1 Abalone Instant Noodle is not a new product and it has been around for two years. We have not seen much publicity on this instant noodle until recently we saw our friend shared his pictures on Facebook. This is why social media networks such as Facebook is so important and influential.
Once we saw the noodle, we went to look for the noodle. The A1 Abalone Instant Noodle was sold out on AEON outlets and we found it in KK Mart.
They are selling at RM 8.90 each and we bought six off the rack because we want to share it to our family. Sharing is caring.
The A1 Abalone Instant Noodle packaging is bigger than the usual instant noodles and it is weigh around 150grams.
When you open the packaging, there is the instant noodle with two packaging, one is the abalone with the sauce and one is the seasoning flavour.
You have to cook the bigger packaging with water first as it contains the real abalone and its sauce. After it boils, cook the noodles and seasoning flavour.
After 2-3 minutes, the instant noodle is ready. Every pack of A1 Abalone Instant Noodle comes with one piece of real abalone. The noodle is good, bigger portion and the flavour is mixture of chicken flavour and little scent of herbal taste. Of course, we love that piece of abalone too. For RM 8.90, we feel it is okay because of that piece of abalone as well as the portion of the noodle.
The A1 Abalone Instant Noodle is available in most major supermarkets in Malaysia. This is a HALAL food certified food.
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