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#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included

#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included - South Korea - The Ramen Rater - ramyonsari sari ramen

I reviewed this, however in a different package many moons ago. Back then the packaging said Ramyonsari. Recently, I did one called Sari Ramen. Basically, this is a plain instant noodle block in a plastic pillow pack.

It reminds me of The Simpsons actually; the shade of yellow and the blue text reminds me of Marge a little. But the whole ‘plain’ reminds me of their neighbors. Ned Flanders and his wife have two kids – Rod and Tod. They get asked about some treat or food and they ask what flavor would you like and all excited, one says plain and the other unflavored.

Well, I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that most people won’t eat these plain. I mean, literally this is just a block of noodles. However, they will go wonderfully in a hotpot or any other way you could make them. Let’s have a look.

Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included – South Korea

#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included - South Korea - The Ramen Rater - ramyonsari sari ramen

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to a pot for boiling water and cook for 4 minutes. Do what thou wilt and enjoy!

#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included - South Korea - The Ramen Rater - ramyonsari sari ramen

Inside, you will find the noodle block.

#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included - South Korea - The Ramen Rater - ramyonsari sari ramen

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Otafuku Yakisoba sauce, Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, beef, spring onion and Kewpie mayonnaise. The noodles worked well in this; a little thicker than a standard instant and a nice quantity. Basically, just heat a little oil in a pan and add beef for a couple minutes, then sprouts, and spring onion and let them cook for a few more. While this goes on, cook up the noodles and drain them.

Once your beef and veggies are as done as you like, add in the noodles and stir everything up – give another minute or so, then add a half cup or yakisoba sauce and stir again and let cook about 30 seconds to a minute and you’re done. I’ve been making this quite a bit lately – also adding carrot and white onion.

Usually, you’d add cabbage in yakisoba, but since I got a blood clot in my lung a few months back because I slept on a flight and didn’t walk around for hours (yeah don’t do that), I’m on Warfarin which means the vitamin K in cabbage negates the effect of the medication. Anyways – yeah I’m fine don’t worry! But yeah this is a simple recipe and works great – and these noodles worked exceedingly well. As in a previous post, I’ve stopped giving scores to plain noodles – I’ve only reviewed a few varieties in the past. Good quality and chew. Unrated. UPC bar code 645175522010.

#2548: Ottogi Plain Instant Noodle No Soup Included - South Korea - The Ramen Rater - ramyonsari sari ramen

OTTOGI RAMYONSARI(ramen noodle) 1BOX(48pack / 3.88oz(110g))

A little collection of Rod & Todd Flanders.

#626: Ottogi Asian Style Instant Noodle Hot Taste Yelul Noodle Bowl

Here’s a bowl from Korea – some spicy Yeul!

Here’s the side panel (click image to enlarge).

Here’s you standard big and well-filled single packet!

I don’t know if this pic gives the huge red mound of angry spiciness justice! The veg was under the block of noodles.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Scrambled a couple eggs and put some garlic salt and Tabasco Buffalo Style Hot Sauce on top. The noodles are nice and plump but just slightly spongy, kind of surprising. The broth delivers a nice amount of spiciness and a good flavor. The veggies get to a nice size and are found often! 3.5 out of 5.0 stars! UPC barcode number is 645175570714.

Ottogi commercial.

Yep – another goldfish that I picked died. I sure can’t pick goldfish very well! Here’s poor Fine’s funeral.

#536: Ottogi Yeul Ramyon Hot Taste

Look at those big deadly looking red peppers! This should be interesting. Usually stuff you’d find around here domestically would be on the weak side if it had a pepper being shown. We’ll have to see if this stuff lives up to the flavor of hot taste! I’m also very curious if I like this better than Shin Ramyun. I’ve really been enjoying the Ottogi products…

Two packets – powder and veggies.  Veggies has dried red pepper. Powder has red pepper powder as second ingredient.

Mountains of each – should be spicy I would think…

Click image to enlarge. So this stuff is pretty hot! My mouth is burning and my brow is sweaty. The vegetables were very nice and some little chewy bits in there. The broth was extra spicy! I liked it quite a bit. My lips are burning! Hooray! Drinking the broth has my entire face on fire now! Yup good good burn. I’m giving this one a 4.25 out of 5 stars. This is supposed to be a hot Korean noodle soup and it is exactly that. It is really decent.