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Re-Review: Nongshim Mupama Tangmyun Noodle Soup

I’ve wanted to re-review this one for a while. Just has a kind of weird name, ya’know? Here’s what the Nongshim site says about it:

Mupama Tangmyun is a hearty Noodle Soup with a separate package of freeze-dried vegetable seasonings so there is no need to add additional vegetables.

It says at the bpottom to improve it, add your favorite vegetables. But as always, I’ll give it a try as packaged and then pile some things on.

The back of the package (click image to enlarge).

The big ol’ noodle block – looks tasty!

The seasoning packet.

Lots of powder.

A vegetable seasoning packet perhaps?

Interesting little tasties…

Finally, the large vegetable packet.

A lot of veggies and a nice variety too. I don’t think I’ll add more. But then again I am hungry… Hmm…

I asked for a mean angry face – looks like I got one! Top Ramen Chicken with a slice of cheese and some kamaboko for the boy.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added an egg, a slice of cheese and a little squirt of Sunchang Gochujang . The noodles are your standard Nongshim – wider than most and a nice texture. The broth is very veggie – not spicy though. The veggies were decent – and extremely plentiful. I gotta say, it’s all about vegetables in this one. Not bad. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars.UPC bar code 031146157600 – get it here.

Here’s a Mupama Tangmyun commercial.

This guy shows how to make the best instant noodles.

#754: Nongshim Ansungtangmyun Spicy Miso Noodle Soup (USA version)

Okay so I thought this was interesting. Look at the noodle block in this one – very different isn’t it? Well, Let’s give this one a try – this one was made in the USA in Rancho Cucamonga, California.

Here’s the package’s back (click image to enlarge).

Yeah – a big round block and not a rectangular one.

The seasoning packet.

The powder of spiciness!

Finished (click image to enlarge). I added an egg, onion, broccoli, snap peas , beef lunch meat and a little Ajishima Kimchi furikake. The noodles are nice – they are a lot like the Shin Ramyun noodles but seem slightly softer. The broth has a strong spicy bite to it and a nice miso flavor. Not bad at all – 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 031146157402.

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Here’s an Ansungtangmyun TV commercial!

Haven’t heard of this before – hand torn noodles!