Category Archives: Paldo / Korea Yakult

The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Spiciest Instant Noodles Of All Time 2021 Edition

The Ramen Rater's Top Ten Spiciest Instant Noodles Of All Time 2021 Edition

I’ve been enjoying spicy instant noodles for years now and these are some pretty lethally spicy ones. Personally, I go for savory over ultra spicy, but I certainly like a challenge and these bring that for sure. Got one you think is hotter but don’t see it here? Drop me a line. Also, check out Instant Noodles – The Ramen Rater group on Facebook – lots of great people in there talking about ramen from all over the world. Well, let’s check out the new The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Spiciest Instant Noodles Of All Time 2021 Edition! ...see full post

#3516: Paldo Jjol Bibim Men – South Korea

#3516: Paldo Jjol Bibim Men - South Korea

Looks like this is a local version (I do’t know that there is export ones) of Paldo’s Jjol Bibim Men. After a little researxh, it looks lik the difference between this as their Bibim Men are the noodles are chewier in this one. Let’s give it a try! ...see full post

#3502: Paldo Lime Lobster Flavor King Noodle – South Korea

#3502: Paldo Lime Lobster Flavor King Noodle - South Korea

What do we have here? The second of two big bowls from Paldo! I’m in the mood for sampling spicy today- it’s cold outside. It’s snowing. Weatherman says we’re looking at 5 more inches of snow and gusty winds. It’s cold in here. Time to cook! ...see full post

#3498: Paldo Sriracha Lobster Flavor King Noodle – South Korea

#3498: Paldo Sriracha Lobster Flavor King Noodle - South Korea

Sriracha is a place I’ve been to in Thailand. It was very hot and the sky was a deep azure blue. Telephone poles were packed with wires – you’d have to see it. Looking out my window right now it’s cold, windy, and the forecast is calling for a week of snow here, just north of Seattle. I miss Thailand. ...see full post

#3475: Paldo Mr. Kimchi Stirfried Kimchi Ramen Cup – South Korea

#3475: Paldo Mr. Kimchi Stirfried Kimchi Ramen Cup - South Korea

Thus far, I’ve been quite pleased with all the different Mr. Kimchi varieties – soups and dry noodles. This is the cup, so I’m guessing it should be about the same as the dry noodle pack and bowl. Let’s find out. ...see full post

#3460: Paldo Bibimmen (35th Anniversary Edition) – South Korea

#3460: Paldo Bibimmen (35th Anniversary Edition) - South Korea

This is a longstanding favorite of mine and probably the first cold noodle I came in contact with. First time I had it I wasn’t so sure, but over time it definitely grew on me. This is usually enjoyed in the summer months, but seeing as the folks at Paldo sent it to me recently, I’d give it a go right now. Let’s cook it up! ...see full post

#3452: Paldo Teumsae (9,413SHU) – Japan

#3452: Paldo Teumsae (9,413SHU) - Japan

Okay so recently I reviewed and mukbang-ified the Paldo Teumsae version that was sold in South Korea. This time around it’s the same SHU on the package but most certainly for Japan. Let’s see how i rates! ...see full post

#3442: Paldo Mr. Kimchi Stirfried Kimchi Ramen – South Korea

#3442: Paldo Mr. Kimchi Stirfried Kimchi Ramen - South Korea

Kimchi is really great stuff – and it’s not just cabbage. There’s lots of different vegetables that can be kimchi – radish kimchi is my favorite. Now I want some Korean BBQ! Okay, okay – let’s give this one a try. ...see full post

#3429: Paldo Bul Jjamppong – South Korea

#3429: Paldo Bul Jjamppong - South Korea

Okay so this is the local South Korean version of this variety. I’ve had it before as an export. Let’s see if it’s any different! ...see full post

#3398: Paldo King Lid Ramen Noodle Soup – South Korea

Paldo King Lid Ramen Noodle Soup - South Korea

This is an interesting name. I have a feeling lid might be hat? I’m unsure so if anyone’s got better please let me know. I’m guessing this will be a spicy beef in the traditional style. Let’s crack this open and have a look! ...see full post