Here’s one my wife got me earlier this year on my birthday trip to Canada! Thanks, Kit! Today I’ll be using the very last of the amazingly succulent and perfect turkey Kit made this Thanksgiving – trust me – it was absolutely perfect. That’s why it’s chicken flavored noodles today; I don’t think it’d be very logical to add it to shrimp or beef flavored. Maybe duck, but I don’t believe there’s any duck flavored in my stash. So the noodles were bought in Canada, distributed in Hong Kong and a product of Thailand – got all that? Let’s check it out!
The back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, put the noodles and contents of sachets in a bowl. Add 400ml boiling water, cover for 3 minutes, give a stir and it’s done.
The rice noodle block.
Seasoning powder sachet.
A light powder.
Flavored oil sachet.
Has a slightly garlicky scent.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added hard boiled egg and Added turkey baked in the over stuffed with apples and onions with fresh rosemary, garlic and butter under the skin and basted regularly during the time in the oven. The noodles were the kind of rice noodles I dislike; they’re extremely thin and wispy like cobwebs – not the ones you get from a spider but the ones that you’d get at a Halloween store. The broth however is actually quite nice with a good chicken flavor. This would’ve been way better with rice stick. 1.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 4897878200023.
Pirikara? That sounds interesting!