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Shin Ramyun Hot Spicy Noodle Soup (Nong Shim-Gourmet Spicy) for 20 Bags

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  • Nong Shim Shin Ramyun Noodle Gourmet Spicy Soup, 4.2 oz
  • It is in the top-pick from shelf at world class department stores in Bangkok and all Thailand.
  • korea Instant Noodle
  • hot and spicy flavour
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Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Modified Potato Starch, Salt, Beef Seasonings, Monosodium Glutamate, Dehydrated Vegetables (Green Onion, Mushroom, Carrot), Red Pepper, Sugar, Soy Sauce Powder (Hydrolyzed Soy Protein And Corn Gluten, Maltodextrin, Salt), Spices (Black Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Ginger), Soy Bean Paste Powder (Soybean, Maltodextrin, Salt), Red Pepper Seed Oil, Potassium Carbonate, Oleoresin Capsicum, Oleoresin Paprika, Corn Flour, Ginger, Sodium Carbonate, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate, Sodium Metaphosphate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Sodium Phosphate, T-Bhq, Tocopherol, Sodium Pyrophosphate, Riboflavin Color. Contains Wheat And Soy. Manufactured In A Facility That Also Processes Egg, Milk, Fish And Shellfish. Directions: Boiling: 1. boil 19 1/2 fl oz of water. Add noodles, soup base And vegetable mix. 2. cook for 4-5 minutes. Remove from heat or microwave And serve. Microwave (1000w): 1. add soup base And vegetable mix into a microwaveable bowl, then add noodles on top. 2. put 17 1/2 fl oz of water. 3. place a microwaveable cover on the bowl. Cook for 7 minutes. If you use hot water, cook for 4 minutes. Cooking times may vary depending on microwaves. Try with your favorite vegetables.

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  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VQD4Z6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,884 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By JouNg Yun Choi on February 23, 2012
As a college student who lives in the dormitory, I often get bored of the food that school provides. They always have same menus and it does not taste good. Also, as a Korean student, hamburgers, pasta, and bread are too greasy and cheesy for me. Thus, when I do not feel like going down to the school cafeteria or want to eat Korean food, I cook Shin ramen. It is not cheesy or greasy like burgers, and eating Shin ramen makes me feel I am home.
On the front wrap of the ramen, it has picture of cooked Shin ramen with Red coloring which indicates it is hot and spicy. On the back of the wrap, it has recipe, ingredients, expiration date, and etc. By just looking at the wrap, my mouth gets watery and I get hungry. I can imagine the taste and its spiciness while I am writing this review.
For those people who are not good at cooking foods, you do not have to worry. Cooking this ramen is very simple and it can be cooked in less than five minutes. Basic way to cook this ramen is to follow the direction on the back of the wrapper. First, boil the water and put noodle and two packs of seasonings. Anybody can cook this. If this direction is still hard for you, you can get Shin ramen cup-noodle. You just need to pour boiling water in to the cup.
Other than simple recipe, there are many different ways to cook this ramen. The spiciness of the ramen can be controlled by putting how much seasoning is put. Also, adding different ingredients, such as mushrooms, hot peppers, meats, or eggs can make the soup taste much better. My recommendation is putting all the seasoning and adding Kimchi to make the ramen spicier. For those people who are not so good at eating spicy food, I recommend putting raw egg to make the soup less spicy.
Also, I recommend try eating Shin ramen raw.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ashley White on September 17, 2008
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these noodles cook up soft but not soggy. there are two packets of of seasoning on the inside. one is just garden veggies dried and the the other is powdered seasonings. the latter is spicy so add with caution. great eat and filling. enjoy anytime of day or year!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Kae on January 29, 2008
Inside this red ramen bag, there are 2 little packets and the noodle. One packet contains super spicy dry red sauce mix (read ingredients) and the other one dry veggies (dehydrated pieces of green onions, red pepper and mushroom). If you cook the noodles with the 2 packets it can get "pretty" spicy, however, if you add some veggies, it will become pretty mild. Sometimes I add some chopped green onions, mandu dumplings, egg, mushrooms and also kimchi, to make it more spicy and I add more water so it doesn't get too salty and share it because the serving is for 2 people, but sometimes when I don't add any extra veggies, I just eat the noodles by myself, hehe.
Yes it does contain msg as the description indicates, mono sodium glutamate and it's fine with me. I don't eat ramen noodles too often like some do, but I eat once a week cause I love the spicy flavor and it's also convenient. I eat it especially when it gets cold or it's rainy. There are many types of ramen noodles out there but I really like this one since it's extra spicy and it comes with mushrooms. Yum
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Haste on July 24, 2009
My brother introduced me to these wonderful noodles after his stint in Korea. I jazz them up with an egg when the noodles are almost done...then I add a handful of shredded cheddar cheese. MMMMmmm! The cheese and egg give the broth a wonderful flavor. The noodles seemed very hot to me on the first try, but my tastebuds grew accustomed and then they started to be rather mild. These are definitely a must have in my pantry.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mark Basham on April 14, 2009
If you like spicy ramyun give this a try, be warned people might think you're cooking up tear gas because it is very... fragrant while cooking. I advise just bringing the noodles to a boil and starting to seperate and then putting them in your bowl and allowing to cool for perfectly cooked consistency. I also advice adding some baby bok choy, dried mushrooms, egg, beef etc... you can make a damn good meal out of these.

They aren't perfect but they're as good as you can get at home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JanCando on February 15, 2012
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An absolute staple in my kitchen. Folks don't know what they're missing. I add chopped celery and onion to make the most flavorful soup ever!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth B. Fowler on June 21, 2011
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I ordered these noodles because a caring co-worker recommended them for the days that we are unable to escape for lunch. Although it took a little while for my stomach to get used to them, I love these noodles ! Although I didn't purchase them for this reason, they assisted me with losing some weight. I am currently stationed in Kuwait; however, shipping was very fast. I ordered 2 cases thus far and I am going to order 2 more at the beginning of next month. I highly recommend these noodles !!!
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By Lady Apathy on February 13, 2015
This ramyun is amazing.

Due to a lazy parent, (please don't get up in arms, parents who do what they can to keep their kids alive. Note that my mother earned a large income and bought herself actual meals, leaving me with a ramen pack a day and nothing else.) I was given only ramen, every day for dinner growing up. From age 5 or so, until I was 15. That is ten years of at LEAST 5 days a week ramen-eating. She bought the beef Maruchan, and believe it or not, I ADORED ramen. Even for those ten years! But bless your attentive little heart, Shin Ramyun, you sure did steal my own.

This ramyun is... amazing. And I should mention, that although ramyun IS a fairly new take on Japanese ramen, and is not in fact traditionally Korean, Koreans know their ramen. They KNOW. I mean, good lord. This stuff feeds like a real meal. Veggies taste like veggies: Carrots are sweet and crunchy, mushrooms filled with savory juiciness, green onions... oniony. The spice hits you on the nose and makes it run, but in a strange way, doesn't burn your tongue or throat (may make you cough upon first bite; swallow with care.). So I would consider it, not EXTREMELY spicy, but moderately spicy. And I despise almost all spicy anything. This stuff is the bomb, even without adding all of the fixings that most Koreans homes are prone to do. And rightfully so: the fixings make it even better. But I usually eat it as it is, sometimes adding an egg near the end of boiling.

Bless you, Shin Ramyun. Bless you.
Sincerely, -An Over-Dramatic Ramen/Ramyun Adoree
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