Category Archives: Sempio

#857: Sempio Seafood Vermicelli Soup Anchovy Flavor

Here’s an interesting one: you empty everything into the bowl, add boiling water and poof – it’s done. They’re called it ‘no wait.’ Let’s give it a try.

Side panels. Click to enlarge.

Fresh noodle pack.

Dry seasoning powder.

Lots of powder.

Vegetable packet.

Looks like a decent amount of veggies.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added onion, odeng (Korean fish cake) and some Sylvia’s hot sauce. The noodles are slightly mushy but they work really well – enjoyable. The broth is full of seafood flavor – very strong. The vegetables and bits have such niceties as narutomaki bits here and there. Not bad! 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8801005550710 – get it here.

Here’s a recipe from Sempio!

Been a fan of the Sylvia’s Restaurant Kickin Hot Sauce for a while – was happy that I could find it recently! Unfortunately, it turns out Sylvia died a couple months ago. Here’s a short clip about what the restaurant meant to the community of Harlem.

#764: Sempio Hot & Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup

Here’s a fresh noodle bowl, this time one from Ramen Place.

Side panels (click image to enlarge).

This is a fresh noodle pack. Not udon though.

Liquid soup paste.

Quite a bit of it.

Veggies and seafood mixture.

Looks interesting.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Seriously thick and red broth. First, the noodles. Slightly thinner than udon and still fresh like udon. Firm and chewy but not overly so. The broth is really spicy – it has a very nice seafood flavor and a little thickness too. The veggie/seafood flake was okay. I think this would be really really good with some extra veggies and some odeng! As it stands, 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8801005550727 – get it here.

Looks like Sempio has a lot of cooking videos.

About Korean foods.