It’s probably a surprise to you, but I haven’t done a regular review in about a month. Why? Well, for almost two months I was doing 3 reviews a day, almost every day. So, I got way ahead of myself and decided to take a break. I also ran out of noodles and thought maybe I’d let my noodle supply grow a little bit, which it has. This is a variety that came in the last month. I did an interview for a fancy food publication called Magazine F from South Korea – they did a ramen themed issue. They hired a local photographer to do a photo shoot and I made some of this for it. It’s Friday right now – June 23rd. I’m guessing it’ll be late autumn when it comes out. Let’s check it out!
It should be mentioned that I have indeed samples goose oil noodle before and it really adds a nice richness. I’m going to use fried duck egg in this one – my buddy Matt B gave me a dozen fresh duck eggs last weekend – thanks again! Alright – to the first review in almost a month!
Mom’s Dry Noodle Spicy Goose Oil With Shallot – Taiwan
Detail of the packaging (click to enlarge). Contains goose oil. To prepare, boil noodle for 3~4 minutes. Drain. add in seasoning sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!
Thin air-dried noodle.
Soy sauce, perhaps?
The goose oil.
A spicy component.
Finished (click to enlarge). Added fried duck egg, fried chashu, scallion, sesame seed, and Mom’s Dry Noodle Sichuan Chili Oil. Wow. The noodle is a thin gauged and chewy air-dried variant. It picks up the different liquid sauces well. Flavors range from a Sichuan peppercorn heat to a savory note, and the goose oil add a slippery richness. The included shallot bits are salty and add a little texture. Just sensational stuff. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 4717011158885.
Watch me cook on Instant Noodle Recipe Time!