Nongshim Shin Noodle Ramyun Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce Packages (Pack of 30)
- Hot and spicy noodle soup with fresh vegetables and savory beef broth
- Chewy, soft noodles help to balance out the spicy flavor, creating a traditional Korean flavor
- Ready in 4-5 minutes, boil or microwave
- No MSG added, 0g Trans Fat
- Made in USA
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Chinese green onions (chopped)
Bring water to a boil with the noodle in a pot. Then pour out the water and run cold water over the noodle. This cleans the noodles of the materials left over from the manufacturing process. Set noodle aside. Then bring filtered water to a boil with both ingredient packets. It takes several minutes for the dried vegetables to hydrate. Put noodles back in. Add 3-4 drops of lemon juice and 1-2 drops of sesame oil. Add the green onions. Stir. Break the egg over the top of the noodles. Make sure your hands are dry to avoid steam burns! Wait until the egg white turns from translucent to white. Serve over large bowl. Break the egg and allow the yolk to run over the noodles. YUM!
I love spicy and these are SPICY.
You get 2 bags of condiments: one is the red Cayenne, beef flavor and spice mix (contains MSG, fyi) and the other is dried chopped vegetables (including chinese mushroom flakes that sweel in the cooking cycle).
Preparation: Boil water (determine how watery you want it), add condiments, and noodles (round shape, perfectly fits a small pan). Before the noodles get soft switch off the heat and let it sit for 2 minutes and enjoy.
That is not how we eat it though: when not in the mood to cook a big meal or when we have left over meat or vegetables we will boil them into this (peas, cauliflower, chicken... hotdogs..) Sky is the limit.
- Famous Nong Shim noodles taste great (we always have a box in the house)
- You can turn it into a full meal with leftovers
- Plenty spicy
- Not the thin ramen but Korean style thicker ones. Great mouth feel if not cooked too soft.
- Nice chopped vegetables in the condiments
- Larger per meal than the regular icky ramen that people buy for 30c a piece (ewww)
- Contains MSG
- Some people become gassy from these (Amazon has good deals on Beano)
- The Seafood and other versions of these are HORRIBLE tasting. Make sure you get the red box beef flavored spicy ones.
they're a lot pricier then the usual college/top ramen, BUT they're much more filling & flavorful... & make your sinuses open up!!;-)
they are still high in sodium, just like top ramen, BUT their ingredient packets have freeze dried veggies & an awesome flavor packet... can't say that about most cheap ramen!
the serving size (i just eat one pack with a chicken breast as a whole meal) is much better then most other dried-ramen i've tried.
just writing this makes me want to order some more!!;-)
Also, this stuff is fantastic during cold and flu season. Really clears up those sinuses.
Candidly, this is nothing more than a watery Noodle Soup with lots of Red Pepper and a tremendous amount of salt. If you add an egg --- it can taste even better. Chop up some scallion and it further improves.
There is nothing terribly impressive about this soup YET, as I said, I like It. This dry soup mix consists of a large packet of noodles (essentially tasteless yet ladened with 500 calories of saturated fats) and two much smaller packets. One of these small packets contains less than a tablespoon of chopped dried vegetables and the other is a "spice" packet consisting largely of salt, msg and red (cayenne) pepper.
Add some water and you have 2 1/2 cups of soup.
Impressions: Beyond the watery base (there are no thickeners), my first impression was that of salt followed ---- after a few more spoonfuls -- of the emerging heat of cayenne pepper. As is typical with cayenne pepper, the heat builds up on the palate over time. Some might call this soup "medium hot" but for many I'd imagine they would call it "very hot". However, it easy to adjust the heat level - just add less of the salt/spice packet.
But the only real tastes here are those of salt and cayenne pepper. The noodles are essentially tasteless and the vegetable packet is so small that it can add nothing more than visual appeal. However, I'll say it again, don't under estimate the appeal of salt and cayenne pepper!
This soup can be greatly improved by cracking an egg into the mix and stirring it in during the last minute of boiling.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this stuff! It is spicy, cooks fast, 1 pkg. is fitting for 2 people to share or 1 hungry person!Published 2 months ago by Leah D.
If you like Spicy, this soup is great. I add some popcorn shrimp in the bowl and its ready in 4 minutes. Soup has a great "finish" that last sip is really satisfying.Published 7 months ago by Paul Rako
These are probably my favorite noodles of all time. Delicious and spicy.Published 22 months ago by Irina
These noodles, while super spicy, are deluxe! Can you say, "Yes, please!?" These Shin Ramyun noodles are such a delight! Read morePublished on December 21, 2013 by Grayson
the spicy noodle along with the soup really warm me up in the winter. well I like any kind of instant noodlePublished on December 14, 2013 by zizzychan