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Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

Another Man Dashi variety today – this time it’s BBQ! Here’s what they have to say about this one –

The width of the noodle is perfect-proportioned. The middle of wavy noodles are thick, while the both sides are thin, that is why the sauce is more easily stuck in the noodle itself, creating different layers of the tastes!
● The sauce is made of 100% pure sesame oil and few types of seasonings, simmer until it’s cooked. Sweetness and light spiciness blending harmoniously in the mouth, the BBQ sauce is finger-licking.

Nice – it’s finger-licking good! Let’s see!

Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen – Taiwan

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Unsure whether it contains meat. To prepare, boil noodles for 3 1/2 minutes. Drain. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

The noodle block.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

A liquid sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

Thick – with a sweet scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion and barbecue pork. The noodles have a nice chew to them – lighter than many dry noodles I’ve had but very satisfying. The barbecue flavor was just plain good. It had a slightly sweet and smoky taste to it. Very impressed! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 4710175574270.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2865: Wu-Mu Man Dashi Noodle Master BBQ Sauce Dry Ramen

The Technique of Chinese Cooking

The noodle guy who remembers things is back with another short story

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Next up is a BBQ flavor noodle – here’s what Wu-Mu has to say about these –

The middle of wavy noodles are thick, while the both sides are thin, that is why the sauce is more easily stuck in the noodle itself, creating different layers of the tastes!
The sauce is made of 100% pure sesame oil, soy sauce and Mirin, simmer until the Cantonese BBQ sauce is cooked. Sweetness and light spiciness blending harmoniously in the mouth, the BBQ sauce is finger-licking.

Finger licking good? I guess we should find out! Let’s go!

Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce – Taiwan

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Unsure whether it contains meat. To prepare, boil noodles for 3.5 minutes. Drain. Add in sauce. Finally, stir and enjoy!

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

The noodle block.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

A dark sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Smells like soy sauce.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

A paste sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Thick and oily.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added barbecue pork and spring onion. The noodle was broad and chewy. Thinner than many but still quite n ice. The flavor was pretty good – light but not too light. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 4710175574201.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2860: Wu-Mu Jing Xiang Ban Mian Ramen With BBQ Sauce

Wu-Mu — Dry Noodle 4 LB (Med)

A recipe video from Wu-Mu.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

Hey look at this! This came by way of Hobby Link Japan, a great site that has all sorts of amazing Japanese things including instant noodles! Thank you very much! This variety is a yakisoba with barbeque sauce and mayonnaise! I tell ya, this sounds really quite good to me! Here’s a little about it from Wikipedia –

Yakisoba (焼きそば[jakiꜜsoba]), literally “fried buckwheat,” is a Japanese noodle stir-fry dish. Although soba means buckwheat, yakisoba noodles are actually made from wheat flour, and are typically flavored with a condiment similar to oyster sauce. The dish first appeared in food stalls in Japan during the early 20th century.[1]

Yakisoba is most familiarly served on a plate either as a main dish or a side dish. Another popular way to prepare and serve yakisoba in Japan is to pile the noodles into a bun sliced down the middle in the style of a hot dog, and garnish the top with mayonnaise and shreds of pickled ginger. Called yakisoba-pan (pan meaning bread) it is commonly available at local festivals or konbini (convenience stores).

Sometimes, Japanese white Udon is used as a replacement of Chinese style Soba and called Yakiudon. This variation was started in Kitakyushu or Kokura in Fukuoka Prefecture.

In Okinawa, Yakisoba is popular with Okinawans and U.S. service members stationed on the island alike. After the 1945 hostilities ended on Okinawa, the US military command supplied American food products to the malnourished residents. The preferred Okinawan version was prepared from spaghetti, spam, ketchup, any available vegetable (usually canned), and mayonnaise for frying. Mess halls and other on-base eateries often serve yakisoba. Chopped hotdogs are a popular addition to yakisoba made on Okinawa, in addition to other meats such as ham, chicken, and pork.

Alright – I’m excited to give this one a try – let’s go!

Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise – Japan

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

Detail of the outer wraps (click to enlarge). contains pork. To prepare, add boilign water to fill line and cover for four minutes. Use spout to drain. Add in sachet contents and combine. Finally, garnish with mayonnaise and enjoy!

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

The lid under the plastic wraps (click to enlarge).

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

The noodle block.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

Loose bits from the tray.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

A sauce sachet.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

Smells like barbeque sauce.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

A mayonnaise sachet.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion, shichimi togarashi, chashu pork and Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts. The noodles are great and there’s enough for a couple people. The flavor is a nice barbeque sauce taste. The mayonnaise gives it a good lick of greasiness which moves things about easier. Supplied garnish of cabbage and meat was spot on. The McRib of yakisoba.5.0 out of 5.0 stars. JAN bar code 4902881419192.

#2801: Myojo Ippei-Chan Yomise-No Yakisoba Barbeque Sauce Flavor With Mayonnaise

Myojo Ippeichan Yomise no Y a k i s o b a Omori Noodles BBQ Sauce

A TV commercial for this range

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

Here’s another interesting one from Zenpop.JP – thanks! So Zenpop is doing monthly boxes of all sorts of things Japan-related including instant ramen of course.  This is a big tray from Sapporo Ichiban – here’s what the folks at Zenpop have to say about this one –

‘Yakisoba is a popular noodle dish in Japan. When the savory noodles mingle together with the tantalizing flavor of BBQ, the result is an umami paradise. The flavor of beef is zested up with sesame, garlic, lemon and black pepper.’

Finally, here’s a little from Wikipedia about yakisoba –

Yakisoba (焼きそば[jakiꜜsoba]), literally “fried buckwheat,” is a Japanese noodle stir-fry dish. Although soba means buckwheat, yakisoba noodles are actually made from wheat flour, and are typically flavored with a condiment similar to oyster sauce. The dish first appeared in food stalls in Japan during the early 20th century.[1]

Alright – let’s give it a try!

Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba – Japan

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

Detail of the bottom and side panels (click to enlarge). Contains beef. To prepare, add boiling watedr to fill line and cover. Drain using spout. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

Detail of the lid (click to enlarge).

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

The noodle block.

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

Bits of noodle and garnish from the tray.

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

A dry base sachet.

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

A light powder.

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

A liquid base sachet. Unsure whether this is mayo so going to leave it be for now. Note – definitely not mayo – a seasoned oil.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion and Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts. The noodles were fluffy and pretty decent. The flavor was a kind of barbeque flavor – kind of had that grilled kind of hit to it which was nice. The cabbage was plentiful and crunchy and the bits o’ beef were a nice touch. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars.  JAN bar code 4901734017554.

#2770: Sapporo Ichiban Barbeque Yakisoba zenpop zenpop.jp japan japanese

Sapporo Ichiban Chow Mein , 3.60 Ounce (Pack of 24)

A Sapporo Ichiban TV commercial from Japan

#2005: A-Sha Dry Noodle Hakka Spicy BBQ Sauce

Here’s one the folks at A-Sha sent recently. Hakka noodles from Taiwan are on the broad side and use very few ingredients. This one should pack some heat! Let’s check it out!

The distributor/import sticker (click to enlarge). Contains fish. To prepare, add noodle block to a pot of boiling water and cook for 5 minutes. Drain and add in contents of liquid sachet. Stir and enjoy!

The pack of the package (click to enlarge).

The noodle block.

A liquid sauce sachet.

A deep color with a spicy scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion, hard boiled egg, barbecue pork and nanami togarashi. A-Sha’s Hakka noodles are broad, thick and chewy – so nicely so! There’s a good amount of them as well. The spicy barbecue flavor is nice and coats everything well. The heat is there and a welcome fieriness. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 4715635851618.

Rated Best Tasting and Award Winning [Taiwan No.1] A-sha Hakka Noodle – Spicy BBQ Flavor 台灣第一名:#1 阿舍食堂 – 客家粄條 (沙茶-辣)

An A-Sha promotional video.

The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Instant Noodle Snacks Of All Time 2016 Edition

Instant noodle… snacks? Yeah! Snacks of all kinds have come from instant noodles – candy, crunchy bits, you name it. They’re popular all over Asia and also the United States; have you ever taken a pack of instant noodles, crushed them and added in the seasoning and shaken the bag up and eaten them like potato chips or popcorn? Well, this is popular elsewhere as well! Let’s check out my favorite instant noodle snacks from over 1,900 reviews. Enjoy!

#10: Wei Lih What’s That? Leisure Meatballs Spicy Chicken Flavor – Taiwan

They’re crunchy and light. They have a slight sweetness and a spiciness that is very slight but builds the more you eat. Original review

#9: Mamee Monster Snek Mi Perisa Ayam – Malaysia

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The noodles are nice and crunchy. They have that lightness you would expect from an uncooked instant noodle, but not really oily as some can be. The flavoring is light and has a salty and almost sesame oil kind of flavor to it. Original review

#8: A-Sha Prince Katsu Snack Noodles – Taiwan

They’re very light and crunchy and have a nice salty and crunchy appeal to them. There’s a bit of a sweet and garlic or onion kind of thing going on as well as a hint of spiciness. Original review

#7: J.J. Snek Mi Perisa BBQ – Malaysia

The noodles are crunchy and have a nice flavor to them – very much reminding me of fried chicken from a well known restaurant chain. These were very good! Original review

#6: Samyang Foods Star Popeye Ramyun Snack – South Korea

It’s very crunchy and the noodles have a very light cinnamon note to them. The sugaryness of the rock candy brings this out in a nice way. Original review

#5: Mama Rangers Snack Noodles Shrimp Tom Yum Flavour – Myanmar

The snack noodle pieces are very short. The have a nice crunch to them. The flavor is that of a sweet tom yum, with a hint of spiciness, an unmistakable hit of lemongrass, and definitely tastes like sugary tom yum. It’s a nice flavor and was enjoyable. Original review

#4: Oyatsu Baby Star Snack Noodle Yakisoba Flavor – Japan

These short lengths of noodle are great. They’re light and crunchy. The flavor is that of yakisoba, so a little Worcestershire and salt and spices. It’s great stuff! Original review

#3: Ve Wong Little Prince Bacon – Taiwan

These little crunchy bits of noodles have a great bacon flavor. The big bag comes with a ton of little bags. My wife and I found these at an Asian grocery near Disneyland during our honeymoon – bacon snacks!  Original review

#2: Komforte Chockolates Savory Ramen – United States

The chocolate was exceedingly good – a really nice 53% dark chocolate I enjoyed thoroughly – premium stuff. It’s not so dark that it will put off the milkies and not so light on cacao that it lacks richness. The bits of noodles were nice and crunchy, and not hard like a rock. The soy, onion and garlic flavors were very much muted by the rich chocolate flavor, but that wasn’t a horrible thing. Original review

#1: Mamee Monster Snek Mi Perisa Pedas – Malaysia

I really like the crunch of the noodles; they seem a little different than the other Mamee Monster varieties; they’re really crispy, but maybe have a little more give to them. They have a nice spicy flavor to them which was great and a little bit of sweetness and more spiciness from the seasoning – excellent snacks. Original review

Meet The Manufacturer: #1842: Forest Noodles Purple Sweet Potato Noodle With Taiwanese Sauce

I think one of my favorite things are noodles that have something differe – like these. Purple noodles are pretty fascinating – first off, they’re purple. I remember hearing about ‘Space Potatoes’ a while back – somehow crossing the stuff that makes eggplants purple with a potato. I think blue potatoes would be kind of neat, but how would they taste? Well, let’s see how these noodles taste!

The back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add a little salt to a pot of boiling water. Add in noodle block and cook 5.5-6.5 minutes. Drain. Add in sachet contents. Stir and enjoy!

Purple noodles!

The sauce sachet.

Has a sweet scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added beef and coriander. The noodles had a very nice chew to them- excellent quality. The sauce coats everything nicely and has a great Taiwanese satay taste to it. Very ‘stick to your ribs’ kind of stuff – nice and hearty. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Taiwan (Bradt Travel Guides)

A short video about cooking with purple sweet potatoes.

Meet The Manufacturer: #1583: J.J. Snek Mi Perisa BBQ

Instant noodles are usually served cooked, but there are other methods as well. These are ‘snack noodles,’ which are eaten without any cooking straight from the bag. Although not well known in the United Staes, they indeed are very popular around the world – there are multiples brands and varieties spanning Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan to name a few. Today we’ll look at an individual pack (the picture above is a ten pack). Let’s check out these J.J. Snek Mi from CarJEN!

Here’s one of the small packs.

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains chicken. To prepare, you can open and just eat the block as it is or crush while in the pack and open, then eat the little pieces. Enjoy!

Inside the packs you find these little noodle blocks. They have the flavoring in them.

Finished (click image to enlarge). The noodles are crunchy and have a nice flavor to them – very much reminding me of fried chicken from a well known restaurant chain. These were very good! This snack gets 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 9557226062349.

Snack Foods Processing – (from Amazon) – Whether you are new to the field or you are a pro facing broader responsibilities, Snack Foods Processing provides valuable information gained through first-hand experience. It presents a clear introduction to the snack foods industry and its terminology and explains the technical interrelationships between the many materials and processes used in making the finished snack food. New entrants into the field will be able to confidently communicate with suppliers and associates. Managers and quality control personnel will gain a better idea of where to start in solving problems when they arise.

A short clip from a demo of CarJEN’s J.J. Snek Mi with J.J. maiking an appearance!

#1505: Shan Shoop Instant Noodles BBQ Flavour

This is one I got when by friend Matt B. was kind enough to take us on a trip to a place called Imran’s Market up the road a ways from here. It’s kind of interesting; this will be the third Pakistani instant noodle I’ve reviewed and they were all got within about 5 miles from eachother! I think it does make me want to Shoop, although I’m not exactly sure how to shoop… Regardless, let’s have a look – today we’re going to a new Asian grocery in Bellevue, so I might have a new post about that place tomorrow. Stay tuned, and enjoy the Shoop BBQ!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block and sachet contents to 300ml boiling water. Cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring gently. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

The soup base sachet.

Has a strong BBQ spice scent to it.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added grilled chicken, sweet onion and Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Pepper. The noodles are of a very standard instant noodle gauge. They have a little crumble to them and have this kind of flour-like aftertaste, almost like I would imagine an uncooked noodle would be like – kind of interesting. The BBQ flavor isn’t like Sweet Baby Ray’s or an American style BBQ flavor. It’s acidic and slightly sour – kind of reminds me of the dipping sauce that was with calamari we had at an Indian restaurant in Penang. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars.UPC bar code 788821003720.

Here’s another Shoop variety called Bombay Biryani.

Dancing forks included in this Shan Shoop TV advertisement!

#1388: Paldo Barbecue Ramyun (Prototype)

I got a message from my pal Moses over at Paldo America while back asking if I’d like to review some instant ramyun that hasn’t been put out yet but is being sampled with college students to see what they think. I was absolutely rceptive to the idea – prototype instant noodles sound very interesting! Let’s see how barbecue ramyun tastes – this is the first of two versions, the other I’ll try soon.

Here’s a closeup of the label (click image to enlarge). There’s nothing on the back of the package. Not sure if it contains meat. To prepare, boil 500ml water and drop in noodle block and solid ingredients for 4 minutes. Drain, reversing a couple spoonfulls. Add in powder sachet contents and stir. Enjoy!

The ramyun noodle block.

The powder sachet – no labeling whatsoever.

A lot of powder!

The solid ingredients sachet.

Looks like some green onion in there – maybe some TVP?

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added sweet onion, fried egg and sukiyaki beef. The noodles are thick and have a decent chewiness – chewier than usual I’d say. The flavor is very different. It seems to be a melding of beef, smokiness and a little spiciness in an approximation of barbecue sauce, but not quite. What gets me is it tastes exactly like barbecue potato chips. Exactly. The interesting thing about that to me is that when Paldo came out with their Kokomen, I thought it tasted like Jalapeno Cheddar Chee-tos. I think they might be on to something! Like a barbecue chip flavored mi goreng.  3.75 out of 5.0 – very curious about the second prototype on this one.

Here’s an example of a focus group. A group of random people are in a room and shown a prototype opf a product and asked many questions about it to try and give the company who wants to make it an idea of whether it will succeed or fail. When you make a million zillion of something, you want it to appeal to people!

The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Indonesian Instant Noodles Of All Time 2013 Edition

When I was very young, I first discovered a satay variety of Indonesian mi goreng and loved it. I would go on special trips to Seattle just to get tons of it! The many seasoning sachets, oils, and the exotic flavors – it was great! I have been very fortunate to be able to try many, many more varieties of Indonesia instant noodles. I think what makes them distinctly different from others in the world are the use of sweetness and spiciness. These flavors balance so well in mi goreng. Then there’s flavors like lime, hot chillies and the crunch of fried onion. Reviewing such exotic varieties are what makes being The Ramen Rater so enjoyable! With that, I proudly present The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Indonesian Instant Noodles Of All Time 2013 edition!!!!!

#10: Mie Sedaap Mi Goreng Perisa Asli

This one came with quite a few fried onions. Fried onions are wonderful things, especially on mi goreng! The good crunch paired with the sweet and spicy flavors is very good. Original review here

#9: Sarimi Isi 2 Mi Goreng Rasa Ayam Kecap

‘Isi 2’ means ‘for two.’ What I liked about this one was its quantity and balance of heat, sweet soy and a nice chicken flavored sauce. Original review here

#8: Eat & Go Spicy Chicken Mi Instan Cup

This one really took me by surprise. It comes in a small package but has all the accoutrements you would expect in a pack version as well as a fork! The flavor was nice and frisky with the spiciness and it didn’t stop there. Very well done. Original review here

#7: Healtimie Green Barley Noodle Milk Chicken Soup

I’ll be honest – I haven’t had great luck enjoying green noodles in the past! With every rule however, there’s an exception. The slightly wider and flat noodles had a great texture and flavor. The broth was very enjoyable and hearty. Original review here

#6: ABC Selera Pedas Mi Rebus Hot Gulai Chicken Flavour

Curry as well as coconut flavors impressed me here. The noodles had a nice quality and a satisfying texture. A very well-rounded bowl of noodles! Original review here

#5: SuperMi Gobang Goreng Rasa Ayam Bawang

The flavor is great – definitely has an onion chicken flavor and also a lot of sweetness, no doubt from the sweet soy sauce. The chili sauce that came with it also supplies a nice amount of heat. There’s a ton of fried onion to add on top at the end for a nice crunch. Original review here

#4: Indomie Mi Instan Mi Goreng Jumbo

Here it is. How could a top list of Indonesian instants be complete without Indomie Mi Goreng? I went with the Jumbo as you really can’t have too much of a good thing. Good noodles, sweet and spicy – this is great stuff! Original review here

#3: Indomie Mi Goreng Rendang

In a CNN International survey, rendang was voted top. The noodles are chewy enough without being too chewy. The flavor is excellent – like a hot curry beef taste that works so well. I love it. Original review here

#2: . Indomie Mi Instan Mi Goreng Rasa Ayam Panggang Jumbo

Here we go – now this is something really good! A nice big pack of noodles! Great flavors that balance so well with great noodles. Seriously good! Original review here

#1: Indomie Mi Keriting Goreng Spesial

Of all the questions I’ve received as The Ramen Rater, people have asked where they can get the version of this sold in the USA more than anything else. Unfortunately, it’s not sold here anymore – the folks in Indonesia are quite lucky! The noodles in this one are very nice – flat and a little broader than the others in this list and with an excellent flavor. If on a desert island and only able to pick one variety to have with me, this one would come to mind. Original review here

Well, there you go! Thanks to everyone who has sent samples and donations for me to try from Indonesia! It sure looks like there a many I have yet to sample which makes me quite happy! I can’t get enough of the Indonesian varieties and hope to review more soon.

Show Your Noodles: Week 3

This week there were two submissions! [email protected] Keep em coming! I’ve decided to let my wife decide which is best for the contest – so here we go! Just a reminder, if you want to send in a noodle pic or two, send them to [email protected] and please put ‘Show Your Noodles’ in the subject line!

Winner of first place, Christine from Portland, Oregon! Here’s what she wrote:

Hi!  I’m Christine from Portland, OR USA.  This is Rice noodles with Chinese BBQ pork slices, Korean Kimchi, green onions, carrots and broccoli in a clear broth!  I made this with stuff that happened to be around and it came out so good, next time I’ll shop for it!  😉

In second place, some awesome looking noodles from Jess :

Attached is my go to ramen.  It is Sapporo Ichiban Ramen Original flavor with 5 oz of sliced flat iron steak, chopped green onion, sriracha hot chili sauce, dab of sesame oil, and a sprinkle of Nanami Togarashi chili powder.  It is delicious!

Thank you both for your submissions! I hope you and others decide to submit again! Show Your Noodles!!!