Hey this isn’t something I’ve seen before – dipping sauce? This is a cold noodle – something I’m not usually a big fan of but we’ll see. The dipping sauce concept has me enthralled…
Check out the directions – not your typical pack of noodles. Click image to enlarge.
Here’s the noodle block. Definitely a different color!
Here’s the first component of the dipping sauce: the liquid packet.
Has a kind of soy sauce scent to it.
A seasoning block?
These are great – they sort of disintegrate into liquid. I’ve seen them in the larger fresh udon bowls before. This one has a strong wasabi scent to it!
Finished (click image to enlarge). This is definitely something different for me – let’s see here… The noodles by themselves aren’t bad – unseasoned so not a lot of flavor, but a nice consistency. Once dipped in the sauce, it’s a completely different story. The sauce is very soy and wasabi inspired and has a nice wasabi sting to it. It’s kind of like bibim naengmeon but with a dipping attribute! What’s interesting about this is that after trying it, I couldn’t imagine it working as well as it does if the components were hot as in a common ramyun or soupless noodle dish. I can definitely say that this is the first cold noodle pack I would probably not have any reservations about having again. 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 031146017270 .
How to make Naengmyeon!
‘Cold Noodles’ brought this up on YouTube
That is a LOT of sodium!!!!! 82%!!!
Yeah it might seem like it but that’s pretty standard as far as instant noodles go. Then again, if you don’t guzzle down the leftover dipping sauce – which there was a ton of – I imagine most of the sodium drops off – probably 30-40%