In Taiwan, there is a huge market for snack noodles, among them Little Prince. You don’t cook them; they’re seasoned and crunchy and in little snack baggies. Here’s a great example of them – you get a big bag with 20 little bags inside. Noodles oodles! They come in a range of flavors – original, seaweed, kimchi and bacon. Yes, bacon! Here’s a link to my review of the bacon variety. Let’s delve into this snack insanity from Taiwan! Noodles oodles from Little Prince!
Here’s info from the back and from of the large package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, open a little bag and eat it. Pretty simple.
Here are what the little bags inside the big bag look like. I wonder who the Little Prince is?
Here’s the back of one of the little individual packs (click image to enlarge).
Finished (click image to enlarge). There really isn’t all that much to say about these. The noodles are very crispy and crunchy and are rather light. The flavor is salty and kind of like a generic chicken taste but then again everything tastes like chicken so you might get a different thought when tasting this one. I can taste sesame and ginger in there which is nice. 2.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 4710008211099.
I think the dog wants to eat the noodles and have the lady stop talking.