Maggi OatMee

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MAGGI OatMee, a new instant noodle made from 49% real wheat and 51% wholegrain oat, has been launched in Malaysia. Whole grain oat is known as a source of fibre, while wheat provides protein.

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    Mi goreng rasa kari

    4 out of 5, reviewed on July 25, 2019

    Makan maggi sihat sebab maggi ni maggi oatmee. Lebih kenyal dan lambat lapo lepas makan maggi ni. Rasa mi goreng dengan rasa kari macam maggi kari biasa tu cuma dia kering je. Okay pada tekak saya. Cuma harga dia agak mahal la. Tak rasa pun macam kita makan oat dalam maggi oatmee ni. No worries pada yg tak suka makan oat. Kena cuba dulu.

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    2 out of 5, reviewed on August 18, 2017


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    Overall the taste is nice. But It is expensive.

    3 out of 5, reviewed on August 9, 2017

    The noodles is springy and chewy although its texture is a bit rougher. The oatmee will make you feel more full if compared to the regular type as it contains oat inside. However, the price is pricey.

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    Healthy and hearty

    4 out of 5, reviewed on June 22, 2017

    This oatmee has a more wholesome texture as it is rougher but still the very same Maggi mee you would expect it to taste. The noodles remain springy and chewy with a delightful mouthfeel that does not get boring even for a second. The price for these noodles cost more as they contain real oats inside the noodles compared to the regular ones we normally buy at the grocery. Although the cost is nearly 2 times higher, this product does not leave your tummy feeling bad right after consuming it. If you’re serving this to kids, this is the best option for them as it contains more fibre in the product. The seasoning and everything remains the same, just the noodles are different. So be sure to add lots of water into your diet if you’re consuming this on a fairly frequent basis.

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