September 15, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1778: JML Spicy King Spicy Chicken Noodle

Today, we come to the end of this Meet The Manufacturer. On a side note, I reviewed one that has the exact same packaging that I received from a reader in Scandinavia a while back. I asked if it was the same as this and was told it is a little different. sometimes companies will change levels of different ingredients depending on where they’re sold. Anyways…  Lots of interesting new things in this one – lots of great flavors as well! I want to thank Alvin Leung for all his help with making this happen! Let’s have a look at the package version of JML’s Spicy King Spicy Chicken!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains chicken. To prepare, bring 550ml of water to the boil and add noodles. Add contents of sauce, seasoning, vegetables sachets and stir.  Cook for3-4 minutes and ready to serve!

The noodle block.

The dry seasonings sachet.

Has a nice spicy scent.

A liquid sachet.

A bright colored paste.

A special sachet.

Chilli powder!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added baked chicken with chilli powder and Lindberg Snider Porterhouse and Roast seasoning, mung bean sprouts and lime. The noodles came out very nicely – lots of them and of good texture and chew. The broth has a great spiciness – still worthy of the top ten spicy list. Sichuan pepper for sure. Nice color and oiliness in the broth as well. Couldn’t tell a difference between this and the other which is fine – they’re both excellent. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 6921555593363.

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A great JML TV commercial.

One thought on “Meet The Manufacturer: #1778: JML Spicy King Spicy Chicken Noodle

  1. Assassin

    Hi,

    Thanks for the review so I decided to try this one out, a 5-pack which sit at my local supermarkets fro quite sometime. I think the noodle is quite nice and delicate, and it should be cooked no more than 3 minutes or it will get soggy very easily. The soup base is quite nice, oily and salty enough to resemble Sichuan “Mala” style, but I consider the chili and sichuan peppercorn are not enough to be very impressive. It can offer a lot more, but it did the job more or less. 3.75 out of 5 for me.

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