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#569: Saigon Ve Wong Kung-Fu Suc Song Huong vi Thit bam Artificial Pork Flavor

This one’s pretty unique looking – what the heck is Suc Song? I would love to find out because I can’t find anything about it! Artificial pork flavor sounds good though!

From left to right we’ve got seasoned oil, powder seasoning and finally some fake pork bits!

Everything await the boiling water!

Click image to enlarge. I added a couple fried eggs and a couple of drops of Tabasco Buffalo Style hot sauce – really have been enjoying that a lot lately. So the noodles were nice – kind of fluffy and buttery in a way. The broth was good but kind of light in flavor. The little pork bits? Chewy and weird. This was pretty good stuff but nothing extra amazing. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars.

I’ve posted this vid a few times before since I just can’t find much along the lines of Ve Wong commercials…

This Thanksgiving home movie is actually pretty rad!

#385: Ve Wong Hot Of Hots Artificial Black Peppered Beef Flavor Instant Oriental Noodle Soup (Bowl)

So here’s another one of the ‘Hot of Hots’ I found recently. I really have no idea of what to expect with this one…

Powder on the left, thick paste on the right.

Hmm – not so sure about this. That thick paste smells awfully funky…

Click image to enlarge. Added two fried eggs. Well, the noodles were semi-okay, but the broth was weird and funky. After getting past the flavor and smell it was bearable. Long story short, it wasn’t very good. 1.25 out of 5.0 stars.

#378: Ve Wong Hot Of Hots Artificial Satay Beef Flavor Instant Oriental Noodle Soup (Bowl)

The ‘Hot Of Hots’ eh? Sounds interesting! I hope its good as I really like satay…

Two packets – veg and seasoning on the left and a seasoned oil kind of paste on the right.

Despite the appearance of this mushy funk, it did have a nice odor which my nostrils embraced with great affection.

Click image to enlarge. I added one fried egg. So after the noodles sat in the bowl of boiling water, I waited and waited. I was a little saddened by the way the noodles looked when done. They looked like spaghetti, which usually points to spongy, funky and unenjoyable… Irony of ironies! AHappily, this wasn’t the case. The noodles were pretty good! They sucked up a good amount of the broth’s flavor, which was absolutely magnificent. As for these being the Hot of Hots, meh. Spicy? Not hot pepper spicy but flavorful and tasty full of spices. I liked this stuff. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.

This video has something to do with Ve Wong noodles I believes. The next two are the beginning of a series of strange ‘found’ videos on YouTube having to do with family reunions and home video footage. Some pretty weird stuff out there. Welcome to 1985.

#367: Saigon Ve Wong Kung-Fu Artificial Chicken Flavor Vietnam Flavor

Didn’t think this wasn’t a repeat review but yeah – this is new! So here we go!

Veggies, soup base powder, seasoned oil.

Colorful ingredients!

Click image to enlarge. One egg was added while the noodles boiled. Pretty decent stuff although it seemed a little spicier than one would expect for chicken flavor noodles. It did have a nice surprise in that it had soya protein fake chicken in it so that was fun and weird. I liked it okay enough. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars.

Looks like a lot of soy sauce to put into that meal!

Excellent film – live action Dr Seuss from 1953! Its here in it entirety!

The Ramen Rater Noodle Fest

So here’s a video with pretty much all the photos I’ve taken of noodles and where they come from. Strange, I know, but enjoy!

#288: Saigon Ve Wong Kung-Fu Artificial Beef Flavor Instant Rice Noodles

Some rice noodles from Vietnam. This was a puffy pack – like a pillow of non-beef goodness!

Clockwise from top left: soup powder, garnish (veg), chili powder and seasoned oil.

The rice noodles were in a plastic bad.

The seasonings sit atop the noodle block awaiting 400cc of boiling water.

Click image to enlarge. We made Korean BBQ last night so my lady kept out a little of the beef for me! I threw it in with the water as it boiled and then poured it and the water over the noodles and seasonings and covered. A quick stir after a few minutes and here we are.  The broth was nice – thick and hearty. The noodles were broad but a little oily from the soup and a little hard to eat. Adding the beef really helped it I think. Anyways, I liked it and throwing it 3.25 out of 5.0 stars.

Best noodle commercial ever.