ramen noodles | Comment (0)
Feeling lazy, I went for the noodle stash again for lunch. Not being in the creative mood, I decided I wanted something that would satisfy my taste buds without too many toppings. I was craving something substantial and a soup with bold flavors and some spice. Usually, Korean noodles do the trick so I thought I would try the Ottogi SPICE seafood flavor. Maybe I mistook the “spice” for spicy because the broth was not spicy BUT very tasty none-the-less. The noodles were thick, chewy, hearty and the tight curly shape made it fun and slurpy.
I seem to be consuming quite a few Korean brand instant noodles lately. I think it’s the chewy thick noodles I’ve been craving. This was my first time trying Ottogi Jin Ramyon and was rather excited. However, this tasted much like other Korean instant noodles. The soup was the standard MSG packed-bonito flavor; nothing out of the ordinary. Again, the best part was the thick, chewy noodles. Korean noodles will hold up to extra cooking time if you’re like me and like the noodles a little softer. Also, the longer cook time allows the noodles to absorb the soup for a more intense flavor.
instant noodles, ramen noodles | Comments (2)
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