September 22, 2014

#1488: Mom’s Dry Noodle Sichuan Spicy Flavor

After trying the other Mom’s Dry Noodle variety a few days ago, I decided I really wanted to give their Sichuan Spicy one a try too. As I researched videos to add to their Onion Oil & Shrimp variety, I kept seeing this one mentioned. I also have been curious because they also sent a couple little jars of the paste – the spicy paste! Thought maybe I’d saute my garnish in it today. Well, let’s get this one started!

The back of the package (click image to enlarge). Not positive, but I think this one is vegetarian. To prepare, add noodles to a pot of boiling water and cook for 4 1/2 minutes. Drain well and add in sachet contents and stir until combined. Enjoy!

The large bag has 4 servings.

Broad noodle block.

The spicy paste sachet.

Definitely has a spicy scent!

A sachet of vegetarian mushroom oyster sauce.

A thick concoction with a nice soybean scent.

Finally, a sachet of sesame oil.

Has a nice sesame scent.

Here’s one of the tiny jars of the spicy paste they also sent!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added spiral sliced carrot, sliced green onion, hard boiled egg with Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Pepper, and thin sliced beef and sweet onion sauteed with soy sauce and Mom’s Dry Noodle Spicy Sauce. The noodles are exquisite; they’re very broad and have a comfortable chew. Now the flavor is very good – it bounced from a sesame oil taste upon first tasting and then turns into this devilishly spicy kind of creep up on you thing. It’s a very balanced though insofar that the three flavors of spiciness, sesame oil and soybean play off of each other very well. I really enjoyed this – I could eat it often! – 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 4717011150001.


Here’s the spicy variety for sale on Amazon!

Here’s a couple guys talking about Mom’s Dry Noodle Sichuan Spicy noodles.

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

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