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The Denmark Three – Full Reviews & Mukbang

Top Ten Spiciest 2024 * Definitive Guide To Buldak

I thought instead of making people search the site I’d put the three in question in a single, easy to swallow post. This has been an interesting past few days in the instant noodle world; confounded folks who love the stuff don’t get it. Hochi is sequestered in the West Wing. Anyways, here’s all three in their glory. I’ve also included my odd recipes I’ve made at the bottom – enjoy! ...see full post

#4878: Maruchan Gekimen Kouhaku Mochi Ramen – Japan

#4878: Maruchan Gekimen Kouhaku Mochi Ramen - Japan

Here’s one that came in a Zenpop.jp box. Here’s what they had to say about it – ‘We’re entering the celebration season and for Gekimen Wonton noodles, it’s not just new years that’s cause for celebration! It’s the 45th anniversary of this product, so Toyo Suisan is releasing a special version which you are looking at in your box! This special wontonmen is topped with red and white mochi to create a feeling of festivity, as both the colors and mochi represent just this. And we haven’t even mentioned the taste yet! Gekimen is all about young people living passionately, and this bowl embodies this with a hearty stock and honest crunchy and flavorful toppings like green onion, bamboo shoots and Naruto.’ ...see full post

#4871: Snapdragon Spicy AF Ramen Super Spicy Noodle Soup – United States

#4871: Snapdragon Spicy AF Ramen Super Spicy Noodle Soup - United States

Okay so yes, these are made in Vietnam but made for the US market. Interesting name for starters – kind of surprising. That aside, I’m kind of curious about thsi one. I’m guessing it isn’t going to be AF’ing spicy as the nomenclature connotes. I am noticing in the ingredients this stuff employs capsicum oleoresin which is extractive of peppers.  Let’s find out – an eating video at the bottom. ...see full post

#4867: Seventeen EatsOn Sweet & Spicy Topokki – South Korea

#4867: Seventeen EatsOn Sweet & Spicy Topokki - South Korea

Looks like we have a Korean boy band with a ton of dudes. Yep. There’s a lot of these tie-ins in Korean varieties. There used to be one that was called DJ Doc which was a tteokbokki and ramyeon variant that was really great – that was the first one I’d seen. Anyways, can’t complain about tteokbokki, that’s for sure. Let’s give it a try! ...see full post

Calling All Instant Noodle Companies!

Calling All Instant Noodle Companies!

The Ramen Rater wants to review your products! It’s completely free! It’s also a great way to reach new markets and educate potential customers about your brand and the products you’ve worked so hard to produce! It doesn’t matter what country you’re from; The Ramen Rater might be based in the United States, however my reviews are viewed globally! Companies from all over the globe have sent products in past years! Please contact me for more information! Also, if you’re a fan of instant noodles and have varieties that you would like to see me review and want to donate, contact me as well! Thanks! ...see full post

Nakama Noodles Unboxing – May 2024 + Coupon Code

Today, I’m unboxing MiauMall’s Nakama Noodles box. You can get their monthly selection of 8-10 varieties – and this box they sent was full of varieties I’ve never reviewed before, plus they include PACKS!!!  I’ll be doing unboxings for them and have a coupon code you can use – THERAMENRATER (of course)! Watch the video below – you’ll see why I’m excited. ...see full post

#4859: Paldo Gompaghetti Korean Beef Flavored Noodles – United States

#4859: Paldo Gompaghetti Korean Beef Flavored Noodles - United States

This one came by way of James from Lakeside, California – thank you again, sir! So, this is a combination of gomtang, a creamy beef soup, and instead of being a soup, this is a dry version, so there’s your paghetti part of the name. It sounds good, and apparently milk can used instead of water which I intend to try. Let hit it up – I’m expecting good things. ...see full post

Myojo Sends New Udon & Fresh Ramen Samples

Myojo Sends New Udon & Fresh Ramen Samples

I’ve been a fan of Myojo USA’s varieties for awhile now and when I saw some new varieties on Instagram, I asked to try and they were kind enough to send them along. I’ve tried them all and attached photos of the finished bowls to the video – full reviews will be coming soon! Big thanks to Myojo USA for sending them over! ...see full post

#4858: Mie Sedaap Instant Mie Goreng Salero Padang – Indonesia

#4858: Mie Sedaap Instant Mie Goreng Salero Padang - Indonesia

Big thanks to Pher Engi for this one! Wikipedia had this to say about Padang cuisine –

Padang food or Minangkabau food is the cuisine of the Minangkabau people of West SumatraIndonesia. It is among the most popular cuisines in Maritime Southeast Asia. It is known across Indonesia as Masakan Padang (Padang cuisine) after Padang, the capital city of Western Sumatra province.[1] It is served in restaurants mostly owned by perantauan (migrating) Minangkabau people in Indonesian cities. Padang food is ubiquitous in Indonesian cities and is popular in neighboring Malaysia and Singapore. ...see full post

Kari Kari Chili Crisp Unboxing & Review

Kari Kari Chili Crisp Unboxing & Review

I was minding my own business, doing a little research… Then I found this Kari Kari chili crisp. Turned out they’re based in Seattle, which is next door. I asked to give it a try and they sent some! Now, your question may be at the outset: how does it compare to Lao Gan Ma? I can say I’d rather have this any day. Check out the video below. You can get it here. Also – check out Time Warp – a bar with arcade and pinball games and instant noodles on Capitol Hill in Seattle!! ...see full post

#4846: Indomie Mi Instan Rasa Mi Kocok Bandung – Indonesia

#4846: Indomie Mi Instan Rasa Mi Kocok Bandung - Indonesia

Big thanks to Pher Engi for this one! Time to hit up Wikipedia –

Mi kocok is a beef broth-flavored noodle dish typical of the city of Bandung. This dish consists of yellow noodles served in thick beef broth, sliced ​​kikil (beef leg tendons), bean sprouts, meatballs, lime, and sprinkled with sliced ​​celery, green onions and fried shallots. Some recipes may add beef tripe.[1] The term kocok (shake) in the name of this dish refers to the cooking process, namely shaking the noodles in a hollow metal container with a handle, while dipping it in hot water.[2] The type of noodles used are flat yellow noodles which have a softer texture. To add flavor, you can also add sweet soy sauce and chili sauce. The basic recipe for shaken noodles is noodles, beef broth and beef kikil. However, there are several variations in presentation with the addition of certain food ingredients. For example, add chicken feet, beef, meatballs, even beef tripe. ...see full post

#4845: Men-No Sunaoshi Miso Ramen – Japan

#4845: Men-No Sunaoshi Miso Ramen - Japan

Here’s one that came in a Zenpop.jp box – here’s what they had to say about it – ‘Miso is a paste created by fermenting soybeans with other ingredients. So if you think about it, as the bean “dies” in the process of returning to life as tasty miso, it’s almost like the Zombie of the soy world! …what, no? A bit of a stretch to fit the Halloween theme, perhaps? No matter, the taste of the miso speaks for itself. This bowl is very portable and has wakame seaweed topping, really adding to the volume of ingredients.🎃’ ...see full post