December 30, 2011

#615: Yamamori Tom Yam Ramen Prawn Flavor

Made a trip to Seattle and hit up Uwajimaya and got a ton of new noodles – lots of Japanese bowls! Anyways, let’s start with this prawn tom yam…

The back (click image to enlarge). I found if you go to Google and type in the digits in the bar code and then use Google translate and boom – there’s the info you need.

I think I’ve seen this packaging before

The ramen block – with some seasonings.

Powder on the left, seasoned oil on the right.

Click image to enlarge. Added an egg during the boil as instructed on the package [yay!]. This is some serious stuff –  the noodles are very nice – not plump but very tasty with a slightly crumbly nature on the palate after a chew or two. The flavoring is perfect; a lot of lemony shrimp and spicy heat going on. The egg entices and offers a cooling oasis of respite from the fiery tastes offered. I loved it. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars.

How to make Tom Yam soup.

Old school aircheck for New Year’s 1975.

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

2 thoughts on “#615: Yamamori Tom Yam Ramen Prawn Flavor

  1. taintedbloop

    Wow, good memory with recognizing those packets! I bet the same company makes multiple products, some for export in other languages, and some in japan, etc.


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