#135: Unif Tung-I Fresh Shrimp Flavor Ramen Noodles

So after a long walk I was really quite hungry and decided to go with something simple and figured this would taste nice. Fresh shrimp sounds nice. I also really love how this brand has the text in another language – looks like dutch perhaps? Frisk Rekesmak!!!

Skint on packets – but two is better than one.

The powder had all those nice green onions in it and the oil was sesame. A nice little arrangement here.

And here we are presented with a bowl of frisk rekesmak nudlers (click image to enlarge)…. I really liked these; they ere what I expected. A nice consistency to the noodles. The broth was tasty and had a decent amount of vegetables for a package of noodles in the 50-79 cent range. I liked it. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars. Get it here.


      1. Hello, Hans. Nice site you’ve got here. These noodles are available in Norway, but only in Asian stores. You could find them in regular grocery stores in the 90s, but not any more, which means they probably weren’t that popular. That’s a shame, because they’re much better than the ones you actually find in grocery stores.

        In fact, the noodle range in regular grocery stores is very sad. You can usually find the main brand Mr. Lee and some low price brands like Euro Shopper, Luxus and First Price. Those are really poor. They don’t necessarily taste bad, but they’re so damn boring. I would love to hear your opinions on them, if you could get your hands on some of them. Also, the only taste you can find is chicken and beef. Nothing else.

        So, because of our bad range of noodles in regular grocery stores, a lot of Norwegians are under the impression that noodles are boring, but that’s certainly not true. You can find a lot of really good noodles in Asian stores. “Frisk rekesmak” is one of my favorites, and I’d give them a 4 out of 5.

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