Thanks again to Adriana and Steve O. for sending me these great Brazillian instants! I think this is the last of them – was a lot of fun! So I *think* this one translates to country style chicken. Well, let’s give it a look!
Detail of the side panels (click to enlarge). Probably contains chicken. To prepare, add boiling water to fill line. Cover for 3 minutes. stir and enjoy!
Finished (click to enlarge). Added cilantro, sous vide baked chicken with Johnny’s Chicken & Seafood seasoning and chilli flake. The noodle came out well – good chew and backbone to them. The broth is very thick and hearty – augmented by a nice kind of strong chicken taste to it. 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 7891079008094.
Thank you Steve C. for sending these along! Curious to see what’s inside!
Two bags of noodle (click to enlarge). Steve wasn’t sure how they translate – anyone want to give it a shot?
Steve said they were dried pork snacks. They were extremely good – usually sprinkle a little on some congee. I tried them and really liked them but when I let my 13 month old boy give them a try, he was really excited. He’s not been much of a meat eater but these little morsels kind of transcend meat; they’re in the bacon realm – meat candy! Thank you very much! 5 stars for the pork and I’ll review the noodles in short order!
Behold! The postman comes bearing gifts! Let’s see what’s inside, shall we?
All five varieties of Urban Noodle (click to enlarge)! I think this will be a fun Meet The Manufacturer!
Wait, shortbread cookies? Well, Steve (the fellow who sent them along) used to be a head honcho at Walker’s Shortbread and sent some along! Thanks! Can’t wait to try these great looking noodles (and have some cookies for dessert)!