Pasta Dishes

Spicy Goat Meat Noodles

*drops plate* I honestly just finished eating this and I have to confess. This is the best plate of Indomie Noodles I have ever made. If you guys notice I have never blogged about Indomie Noodles but this one deserves it! It deserves some accolades!


Backstory to this: Each time I make Asun, I save the bones with a little meat clinging to it. So after getting two bags, I decided to roast them in the oven and boil them for 3/4 Hours and made a Goat Meat Stock. Then I proceed to slide the meat off the bones and ended up with a bowl filled with soft, succulent tasty goat meat. Gosh!

So I look around my kitchen and decide to elevate my Indomie with it! And also use Sambal Oelek in it for that spicy and flavorful kick! Boom great idea. My tummy was ready!!


Indomie Noodles

Bell Peppers

Shredded/Chopped up Goat Meat

Sambal Oelek

1 Onion

Spring Onions

3 Tbsp Butter

Olive Oil

Look how short and easy this list is. This dish is about to change everything.


  1. Add 4 Tbsp of Olive Oil to a wok and heat it. Add goat meat and half of the onion to saute and cook for 4 minutes on high heat. Don’t steal some of the meat from the pan. YOUR TONGUE WILL GET BURNT.
  2. Add 3 Tbsp of Sambal Oelek (or blend ginger, garlic, chiles) to the goat meat and toss properly. It might begin to look like Asun! Your ancestors are nodding in approval at this point. If you aren’t using Sambal to cook I think you should start!
  3. Boil your noodles for 2 minutes max, you don’t want soggy noodles, strain and set aside. Add your cut up peppers and the rest of the onion to the pan, along with the noodles.
  4. Add a knob/3 Tbsp of butter and toss properly and let this simmer for 1 minute on medium heat. Add spring onions into this and serve! A life changing meal you have there!

Thank me later!

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10 thoughts on “Spicy Goat Meat Noodles

  1. This looks amazing. People usually judge me when I saw Indomie is my favorite food but they don’t understand! Look at this beauty ˜˜.

  2. Chee says:


  3. philip osigwe says:

    Confirm Mr Smith, loving it

  4. Definitely trying this as soon as possible!

  5. Ewere says:

    where do i get this sambal Oelek please?

  6. Dedo says:

    Oh wow! I’m definitely going to try this!
    Did you say you steamed the goat meat for three quarters of an hour or for 3 or 4 hours please??

    1. Tobi says:

      Three hours. But i was really trying to make meat stock

  7. Where can I get the sambal oelek spice?

  8. Blackgirl says:

    this is life changing lmao. love it!

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