So here’s another one of these by Paldo. It shall be today’s breakfast/lunch.
One solitary packet of love.
Mount Kimchi Flavoring! Behold all of its glory!
Click image to enlarge. So I added a slice of oven roasted turkey breast lunch meat. So there are veggies – just in the bottom of the bowl on this one. The noodles sat for about 8 minutes and I thought that made them extra good. The broth was nice and spicy too, and the veggies were crisp. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars – a good lunch. Find it here.
So here’s another Rhee Bros. Assi Brand Wellbeing noodle pack comin’ atcha.
I really like how these noodles look – very neat and tidy, as is the flavor packet.
Awaiting boiling water and a record on top.
Added two fried eggs as this was breakfast and also threw a pinch of Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning atop the eggs for a little flavor but mostly aesthetics.
Noodles are good – there’s a decent kick of spiciness going on that is absorbed by them. The broth is quite spicy hot, and the small amount of vegetables aren’t too bad. I really would’ve liked more veggies though. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars.
So this looks good – I’ve been fortunate enough to try some really good Kimchi at the Korean BBQ places I’ve been in the last few months so this caught my eye.
One packet and no veggies – was a little surprised by that…
That’s a lot of the red powder! Zing zing zing!
Click image to enlarge. I added two eggs to this one while the noodles were cooking. Well, not really super excited on this one – it’s hot and pretty good but really could use some veggies – some nice cabbage in here would’ve given it a little more of a kimchi authenticity. The noodles were good – and plentiful and the broth was nice. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. Get it here.
This is a nice little video on hot to cook Korean Ramen – usually this’d work with any Korean noodle packs by Ottogi, Samyang or Paldo. Of course, some special ones like the Bibim Mien, a cold ramen dish, wouldn’t exactly follow.