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#606: Six Fortune Instant U-Dong Noodles

Here’s another from Michelle L. of New York. I have liked pretty much everything I’ve had that Six Fortune makes – hopefully this is no exception. U-Dong is a thicker noodle and it mentions it’s got “udon flavour,” which I would imagine will be seafood.

Click image to enlarge. Here’s the back panel of the packaging. Over 2 grams of sodium – sheesh.

I thought this was interesting – I’ve never seen anything calling the veggies frying seasoning.

Here’s the packet contents. Quite a bit of that powder.

Finally, the noodle block. This is a rather large one and they’re fried noodles. Looks like they’ll be nice and thick as well.

Click image to enlarge. Finished product. I made a two egg omelet with some Tabasco Buffalo hot sauce and Tony Chachere’s Creole seasoning inside with a dash of Krazy Mixed Up Salt on top. The noodles are as advertised – thick and chewy and very nice quality. The broth is spicy and seafood flavored. The veggies were colorful, plentiful, and tasty. All in all this was very good – 4.0 out of 5.0 stars! UPC bar code 079763251150.

So you can watch this guy play the Wheel of Fortune video game with his own sordid commentary…

Joel McHale used to be on ‘Almost Live,’ a Seattle based late night show that followed Saturday Night Live.

#292: Paldo Korean Noodle U-Dong Flavor Noodles

Some more of these Paldo noodles. Let’s see how they taste and especially what I’m curious about – if these are thicker noodles.

Nice looking packets – nice to see lots of veggies and things going on.

Red powder and nice looking veggies!

Click image to enlarge. Two fried eggs and here we go. So not exactly as I imagined – which isn’t a complaint. The noodles are a little bigger than your average and much chewier. I like them. The broth is hot and spicy and tastes good, and the veggies are awesome. Altogether quite good! 3.75 out of 5.0 stars! Get it here.

#15: Samyang Pojangmacha U-Dong


Samyang: Pojangmacha U-Dong
Stars: ** 1/2
Notes: These were some interesting noodles. First off, they are called ‘u-dong’ and not ‘udon.’ Second, they had something called ‘sea tangle.’ I believe that the sea tangle is the true redeeming quality of this package. As far as the flavor, it wasn’t the best in the world. Wasn’t really seafoody… I dunno – didn’t really taste different – just ‘other’ seafoody, and smelled good. I mostly enjoyed the very exciting sea tangle.