February 5, 2011

#289: Paldo Korean Noodle Broad Noodles

So I’ve got a few packs of these Paldo noodles to do. They are pretty ho-hum looking, although this one looks quite interesting. Broad noodles tend to be very good, so we’ll see how they are.

A single packet of liquid seasoning.

Thick and dark, this stuff has ingredients beginning with red pepper paste and soy sauce and ending with garlic paste and onion paste. Sounds good!

Click image to enlarge. I added a couple eggs to the boiling noodles. then broke the yolks in the stirred broth. Well, it’s not too bad. The noodles were a little tougher than I expected; I didn’t like them altogether that much. The broth had an exceedingly strong soy sauce taste which seems to have overpowered the other ingredients a bit. I’m bummed. Really had hopes for this one! 2.0 out of 5.0 stars. Find it here.

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

3 thoughts on “#289: Paldo Korean Noodle Broad Noodles

  1. Jessica

    Were they pretty spicy? I have a package of these waiting myself… when I reviewed the blue package “seafood flavor” ones I discovered that they rivalled a Shin Ramyun for heat. 😛 Or should we just read that into anything that says “Korean Noodle?”

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  2. Mike Malerba

    I feel this was a good, basic set up here. I like the broth, I feel all the flavors in the broth worked in a way to wake it very tasty. The only problem I had with noodles was that I was able to taste the grease that it was fried in which overpowered the yummy broth. Other than that it was ok.

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