Here’s one I got up in Canada. Been kind of a spicy week and so spicy seafood fits the bill. In my last post, I mentioned having a sore tooth. Let me say that it got bad – really bad! The only relief I could find was to keep something cold next to it – my wife went out and got a bag of ice and I kept a little piece of ice in my cheek last night. I ended up pulling the tooth myself after taking a pain pill – take that, dentist bills! Anyways, your humble instant noodle reviewer is doing much better today! On with the show!
Here’s the back of the packaging and the side panels (click image to enlarge). To prepare, take everything out of the ‘PP box’ and put the noodles in. Cover in boiling water and re-attach lid. Steep for 5 minutes. Drain. Add oil and seasoning sachet contents and stir well. enjoy!
Here’s what you see underneath the cardboard outer packaging.
An included fork!
A packet of rice stick.
A dry powder sachet.
Has a slightly spicy seafood scent.
An oil sachet.
A very light oil.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Sauteed shrimp, sliced squid, mung bean sprouts, coriander and sweet onion in Huy Fong Sriracha chilli sauce until reduced and garnished with more coriander and sriracha. The noodles are your standard garden variety rice stick and came out nicely. The flavor is kind of like a tom yum although it seems to missing something – the lemongrass. I think this would be way better with that added taste. Nonetheless, it’s pretty good! 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 190328960169.
Here you can get this in a different package.
Here’s a nice corporate video about J.D. Food, the company that produces Kin-Dee products in Thailand.