September 11, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1774: JML Spicy King Spicy Pork Noodle

We started this Meet The Manufacturer with the bowl version of this variety. Today, it’s time for the pack version! Let’s see if there’s any difference with this one.

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains pork. To prepare, Bring 550ml of water to the boil and add contents of package and stir. Cook for 3-4 minutes. Stir and enjoy!

The noodle block.

The dry seasonings sachet.

A dry powder with some vegetable bits.

A liquid base sachet.

Has a nice pork scent.

A special sachet.

Spicy chillies!

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added Chinese sausage, broccoli and white onion. The noodles came out nice and plump and there’s a good amount of them. The broth has a fiery spiciness and great flavor to it. I really have to say the red chillies add a very nice hit of spice and vegetable elements. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 6921555590225.

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a JML Tv commercial.

3 thoughts on “Meet The Manufacturer: #1774: JML Spicy King Spicy Pork Noodle

  1. Assassin

    Hi Ramen Rater,

    After the rather satifying JML Spicy Chicken I’ve had, I gave this Spicy Pork a try but it’s a disappointment: 1. it’s a lot more salty than JML Spicy Chicken, so much so that I couldn’t drink the soup when I had the noodles; 2. it’s not oily enough to be wholesome or pleasing, certainly not the Sichuan style I was hoping for; 3. The “pickled chili” package from the noodle has some good pepper fruitiness as well as some light pickle sourness, but it offer no heat and like the soup base, it was too salty. Overall it was not a pleasant experience given the overt saltiness. 2 out of 5 for me. Not again.

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  2. Keir Hardie Post author

    I wonder where you got the instructions, as I don’t see them on your pack back, nor were they on mine! (Mine is slightly different but I expect it’s the same as the current US version, as a US distributor is listed). Strangely in both cases it doesn’t look like the usual situation where there’s no instructions we can understand if we don’t understand Chinese, it actually looks like there’s no instructions in any language.

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