The noodle block. These are really good straight out of the package – crunchy and have a sesame taste.
Powder on the left, seasoned oil on the right.
A little packet of chili powder.
Chilli powder riding atop the powder seasoning.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added some minced ham. The noodles are great – nice flavor and texture. They have a sesame-oil like flavor to them I enjoy. The broth is nice as well – a nice rich pork taste. The broth is extremely spicy when the chili powder is added in its entirety. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8850100101044 – get it here.
Wai Wai? Because because I’m done with folding laundry and it’s lunch. So I’m making some of this stuff. By the way – notice that little dude on the packaging? Apparently there’s a celebrity chef in Thailand called McDang and he has a kind of guide to the best stuff. So this stuff is supposedly good according to McDang.
Wet and dry seen here.
The wet stuff looks to be an oil with shallots mixture.
Here’s the end result (click image to enlarge). So let’s see here… I like the taste. It’s salty, spicy and somewhat meaty – almost a sweet and meaty flavor; kind of like an odd minced pork. The noodles are wispy – and of the variety that can be eaten straight from the bag. They are firm enough too. I like it! McDang it’s good! I say 3.7 out of 5.0 stars for this one.