After some background check I found out that this is the new packaging for the same flavor by Nongshim. This has been on my list for a while, lets see if it was worthy the wait!
Cooking Instructions –
- Boil 550ml (about 2 1/3 cups) of water. Add noodles, soup base and vegetable mix.
- Cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Remove from heat and serve.
I prefer cooking on the stove vs the microwave, but instructions for microwave cooking are also available at the back of the pack.
The noodles are your standard wheat noodles but thinner than ramyun noodles. The seasoning or the soup base consists of beef extracts and has a pleasant beefy aroma to it. Take a sniff and you know it is going to be at least mildly spicy! Exciting!
The dehydrated veggies consists of – green onions, bok choy, mushrooms, carrots and red chilli pepper.
I could eat this daily!
As soon as the broth comes to a boil it gives off an intense beefy and peppery aroma that fills the kitchen instantly.
The noodles swell well, are plentiful and have a great chew to them. The broth is packed with flavors that linger on your lips long after you have licked your bowl clean. And as the packet mentions, these are spicy but manageable spicy.
The broth is also slightly oily in nature but it works in its favor as it coats the noodles really well and not in an over bearing way.
I did not feel the need to garnish this with any additional meat or veggies. It’s a complete package in itself and I definitely need to stock up on these for rainy evenings!
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