First – this doesn’t taste like roses. This was sent by The Fat Hipster – thanks man! So, rose is like a chili-cream kind of thing. I tried a rabokki that was rose before and loved it, so we’ll give this a try with high hopes. I want to also thank Samyang Foods for something very exciting to hear – from the Korea Times: ‘For customers who are blind or visually impaired, the company for the first time printed Braille dots on the packaging of Rosé Buldak Stir-fried Noodles.’ This is referring to the cup versions. I think this is truly excellent. I’m legally blind and while I don’t read braille, I think some day I may need to. Really top notch of them – high marks from me. Let’s see if the flavor matches this kind innovation.
Special note – I did a mukbang video for this one but unfortunately it was deleted and never got edited – this honestly is my favorite of the Buldak range.
Samyang Rosé Buldak Stir-fried Noodles – South Korea
Detail of the packaging (click to enlarge). Unsure if it contains meat – check for yourself. To prepare, boil noodle in 600ml water for 5 minutes 30 seconds. Drain, saving 4 spoons water (4*15=60ml). Return to pan and add water and sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!
These noodles look thick!
A sauce sachet.
Looks like the cream element sachet.
Finished (click to enlarge). Added torched chashu, spring onion, fried onion, spring onion. Noodle is very thick and chewy – probably the best I’ve had from these if not neck and neck with the cream carbo noodle. The sauce is spicy and extremely creamy. The heat level is there but definitely less so than other varieties. Really impressed with this one. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8801073115194.
Watch me cook on Instant Noodle Recipe Time!