So I’ve reviewed a lot of bowl noodles. I’m confused as to how Paldo, Samyang and Nongshim all have them and they’re all called bowl noodle. Spicy chicken is pretty common – let’s see how this is.
Two packets – powder on left, veggies on right.
Always like that rich color contrast.
Click image to enlarge. Okay so I added a couple fried eggs. That stuff on top? I made hot sauce yesterday! Click here to see what it was made out of and here to see the making of post on my other blog, FooFooMayo. So this was pretty good – nothing super special but I enjoyed it for breakfast. 3.125 out of 5.0 stars Get it here.
One of the best short videos about noodles I’ve ever seen.
This was on PBS while I ate these noodles – looks like some good food!
Shin Bowl. So this should be exactly like Shin Ramyun but in a bowl, right? I’m going to figure it isn’t because the noodles usually seem different with bowl noodles.
One packet – kind of reminiscent of Nongshim’s Bowl Noodles line.
The crimson powder makes me wonder if it’ll be ultra spicy or not… Hmm… Oh by the way there are veggies on the bottom.
Click image to enlarge. Shazam and after 3 minutes with boiling water under a disco record you’ve got this stuff. First off, I’m not running for the water from the heat. Then again I should inform readers that I did have a website called Sauce Rater ( check out saucerater.wordpress.com ) where I reviewed hot sauces. I sipped the broth and yeah its a little spicy but not killing my taste buds. The noodles are about what you’d expect – same as you’d find in the Bowl Noodles. Not bad, not great. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. Get it here.