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#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

Went to the new Daiso over in Lynnwood, Washington this weekend. I used to get lots of neat bowls from there but unfortunately, those days are over. This was one of the larger Daiso places I’ve seen but unfortunately, they had the crummiest selection of bowls. Makes me bummed out as they had super awesome ones in the past.

Anyways they had a lot of GGE snacks which kind of surprised me as these aren’t Japanese but Taiwanese. Hmm. Anyways, let’s give this one a try.

GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor – Taiwan

#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. TO prepare, open bag, grab content, place in the primary facial hole. Finally, masticate, salivate and ingest!

#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

Interesting – short little strips of three noodles.

#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

Finished (click to enlarge). The little strips are literally three noodles wide and about an inch or two at most in length. They have a very agreeable crunch and mouthfeel. What I like as well is the flavor – kind of a sweetness to it that’s very addictive. Very. Addictive. For a snack, I give this one 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 074410679460.

#2706: GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor

GGE Noodle Snack 2.82 oz per Pack (2 Pack) (Tempura)

Well this is odd

#752: Meet The Manufacturer: Nongshim Bowl Noodle Savory Soup Tempura Udon Flavor

Here’s a new one in the Bowl Noodle line. Let’s give it a try.

The lid.

Side and bottom of cardboard outer (click image to enlarge).

Interesting look to the noodle block – upside-down.

Here’s a couple of the narutomaki and pieces of tempura that were in the bowl. Mind you, there were more as well as veggies.

The seasoning packet.

The powder seasoning.

Finished (click image to enlarge). The noodles are good – they come out with a slight fluffiness and still remain firm-ish but not spongy. The broth is pretty good – salty and slightly sweet like fried tofu. The narutomaki, tempura and veggies aren’t bad – kind of round out the whole thing. One think to notice is that the noodles here are of a slightly wider gauge. Not bad, all in all. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 031146013876 – get it here.

Maybe I’ll do the Ansungtangmyun tomorrow…

Summer Korean noodles