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Nongshim Neoguri Spicy Seafood Noodle Ramyun, 4.2 Ounce Packages (Pack of 20)
- Japanese-style udon noodles made with a unique blend of spices and the finest ingredients
- Chewy, thick, and rich udon noodles
- Ready in 4-5 minutes, boil or microwave
- No MSG added, 0g Trans Fat
- Made in USA
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1. Boil 3 cups of water, add noodle and all the soup packages and cook 5 minutes. 2. Remove from heat and serve. Try egg or your favorite vegetables.
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Top Customer Reviews
As an added bonus, after you finish off the noodles, you can add a bowl of rice to the soup and enjoy a 2nd serving! Eat it with Kimchi and you will again be in heaven!
Now I am getting hungry..... I ran out and need to order more!
There are really three things going on in the package:
- The noodles: The heavy buckwheat Udon-style noodles have superior flavor and texture compared to ramen and other instant noodles.
- The soup base: Very salty, very (red) peppery. Not too complex, but tasty, and if you want complex from a bag of instant noodles, you might need to adjust your expectations.
- The seaweed: I don't like seaweed, but I like this. I don't know why that is.
Because I like spicy, I typically use much less water than called for (I use about 1-2 cups depending on how brave I'm feeling) to produce almost more of a sauce that coats the noodles than a soup. In my opinion, these noodles are at their best if you can eat them with a fork and still have minimal broth left over when you're done. You may want to bring Tums to that party though.
These are, in my opinion, as good as it gets in the instant noodle market. I.e. they are five-star instant noodles, not five-star food.
Downsides: The sodium and saturated fat are really high, if I still ate these like I did when I was 18, I'd be dead by now (37). Also, merely reading the list of chemicals involved out loud may cause an allergic reaction in organic eaters. I harbor a dim suspicion that ingesting enough would varnish one's insides in a way that may be of interest to anyone interested in bringing mummification back into fashion.
They are incredibly spicy to some of my friends, but I am used to it so I don't notice just that about them. They have a deep flavor, and the noodles themselves even taste rich and meaty. I sometimes add mussels, egg, veggies or extra seaweed to enhance the flavor. I think I've done crawfish before too. You can alter them to your taste for sure, by adding less of the packet or all or even just off the wall things like mushrooms or fishcake.
Sometimes I eat them every day, sometimes I get burnt out but the craving returns in full force after a few week break. I use them as a lunch most often, as they are a full meal themselves ESPECIALLY if you add things to them.
I LOVE THESE NOODLES, and my friends flock to me when a shipment comes in or I pick up a box at the store.
They take about ten minutes end to end using a microwave (I add some dried shrimp for a bit more flavor and Umami. The noodles plump up well and have a good texture with a decent "bite" to them, they are not soggy paste. They don't dall apart and remind me of a decent pasta.
The broth is definitely spicy/hot. Not "burn your mouth " hot but not fooling around either. There's a great seafood flavor and an intruiging mix of ocean life (sand lance anyone?)
As usual, there's a ton of sodium so this may not be for everyone and it's not low calorie either, a full pack is a bit over 500 calories. They play the usual game about portions and presume there's two portions in the bag. I doubt most folk will divvy it up but there is enough that you could do so without feeling like you are making portions for a child's tea party.
On a cold, damp, rainy day, this is a nice way to warm up and I intend to keep some around and try their other flavors and maybe add some dried bonito flakes as well. This stuff is a good platform for experiments.
Tasty, hearty and highly recommended to fill that void in your tummy or your craving for noodles.
(Note, the product has origins in Korea I think but the version sold here is made in the USA.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this stuff! I add some chopped shrimp (about 2 oz.), jalapeno, garlic, and green onions.
I think Walmart has the best price on this at $10.03 for 10 pkgs.
The absolute best spicy ramen there is in the market. Compared to Maruchan ramen, this ramen is like, god tier food. Read morePublished 6 months ago by budgerigar42
Tastse great. For $19 for a 2 pack of 20 each, that's cheaper than any Korean grocery (that's $9.50 per 20 pack). Ridiculous pridce. Tasty.Published 14 months ago by MyLossIsYourGain
I'll keep this short. In college (10 years ago) I lived off "Maruchen Ramen Noodle(Chicken Flavor)... in fact, I think we all have had a pack. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James NYC
This has long been one of my favorites. Happy to find it for a fair price and I don't have to drive over an hour to get it.Published 16 months ago by Whichy
These were my husband's favorite, but now that they don't have the prime option, and instead have high shipping costs, we have switched to a local variety.Published 18 months ago by Julie Shafer-Roberts