Here’s another that Floridian Greg B. sent me a while back. Spicy beef, eh? Sounds good to me!
Clockwise from top – oil, seasoned powder and veggies.
Nice, rich colors abound in the form of tasty seasonings! (Almost sounded like something I read in an old 70’s BH&G book on modern entertaining…)
Click image to enlarge. Added two nice fried eggs to the meal. So the broth was nice and rich – greasy but not overly so. The noodles weren’t bad and hydrated well. The flavor was intensely strong. Quite salty and quite spicy – surprisingly so. Not too bad – 3.5 out of 5.0 stars!
How to make Chinese noodles at home!
Tried these today and really enjoyed them. I personally enjoy all of the JML brands that I have tried. Although I do feel the noodle gauge is a little on the thin side, the flavors are strong which is a very good thing for me. I could see myself eating these regularly. 🙂
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FYI If I send you noodles and I say the “i loved them” it means salty or bold.
🙂 Thick broth.
No matter what ramen I cook I always pour off most of the water before adding the flavor packets. Makes it more like a meal and less like a bowl of soup.
Damn – that’s a little too rich for my blood man! That stuff was great with 600cc IMHO, but less was too much fer me. I’m always up for reviewing though as I’m sure you’ve figured out! Can’t wait to try the Beef Hot Spicy one next!
– The Ramen Rater