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Attempted to search, yet to no avail findings on INSTANT NOODLES discussion or some may, like myself, think of it as INSTANT RATION hahaha

 

by the by... to start rolling, sharing couple of fav oso found as the spiciesssttt yet [bounce1] 

 

http://www.iisjong.com/2015/01/koreas-spiciest-fire-noodle-challenge.html (sorry no exp in putting up pic)

 

 

all time fav... midly spicy

 

http://www.thanislim.com/2013/08/indomie-mee-goreng-green-chili-cili.html

 

 

yet to try... juz found in the news... not sure if its even cumin here, considering all day/night summer hahaha may juz b the 1st fav then

 

http://www.foodandwine.com/news/iced-cup-noodles-are-here-just-in-time-summer

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Attempted to search, yet to no avail findings on INSTANT NOODLES discussion or some may, like myself, think of it as INSTANT RATION hahaha

 

by the by... to start rolling, sharing couple of fav oso found as the spiciesssttt yet [bounce1] 

 

http://www.iisjong.com/2015/01/koreas-spiciest-fire-noodle-challenge.html (sorry no exp in putting up pic)

 

 

all time fav... midly spicy

 

http://www.thanislim.com/2013/08/indomie-mee-goreng-green-chili-cili.html

 

 

yet to try... juz found in the news... not sure if its even cumin here, considering all day/night summer hahaha may juz b the 1st fav then

 

http://www.foodandwine.com/news/iced-cup-noodles-are-here-just-in-time-summer

 

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i just usually buy whatever korean or japanese ramen flavour is available. 

Their noodles nicer than maggi

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i just usually buy whatever korean or japanese ramen flavour is available. 

Their noodles nicer than maggi

 

Quite true.  They are nicer than maggi.  

 

I've tried those spicy korean noodles and they can be somewhat hot.  

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yeah indomie can be very yummy, but somehow i feel that it's super unhealthy the sauce, so i haven't eaten it for ages (maybe an unconscious bias against indonesian products)

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yeah indomie can be very yummy, but somehow i feel that it's super unhealthy the sauce, so i haven't eaten it for ages (maybe an unconscious bias against indonesian products)

I think the wax is more than 50% of the noodle.

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I think the wax is more than 50% of the noodle.

 

lol got wax ar. I thought only deep fried and some preservative ha

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lol got wax ar. I thought only deep fried and some preservative ha

indomee was sold like 20 cents in their supermarket, guess what is the cost [sweatdrop]

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Currently my favorite is the Samyang spicy chicken ramen, and the different varieties like the cheese, stewed and curry.

But only dare to eat them only if I have done a run. Less guilty, lol. And only buys them if they are on offer like $4.95.

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I think the wax is more than 50% of the noodle.

 

thanks...timely reminder on eating wax. [:|]

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Help the fella embed.

 

 

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That korean one is too spicy for me
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korean food is spicy lah. I don't think singaporean food has anything on them unless u are used to eating plain chilli padi.

 

I've eaten food that they give to korean kids, and it's already spicy haha  [laugh]

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korean food is spicy lah. I don't think singaporean food has anything on them unless u are used to eating plain chilli padi.

 

I've eaten food that they give to korean kids, and it's already spicy haha  [laugh]

 

Yeap, very hot.

I once ate in a Seoul food court. Ate some hot noodle soup and was perspiring away.

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Loved instant noodles when it was introduced here in the 70s ,  it was an important staple for late night supper during my hostel days in the late 80s ,  and I still enjoy them once a while now that I am in my 50s .

 

Contrary to popular belief , I still have lots of hair on my head .

 

And , I can never forget these ads :

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yeap, very hot.

I once ate in a Seoul food court. Ate some hot noodle soup and was perspiring away.

 

U watch recipes for spicy kimchi stew. Kimchi jigae. They add 2 tbsp of gochujang.

 

I swear that i use probably twice the water and only use 3/4 of a tbsp and even then my wife feels it's a bit too spicy for her  [laugh]

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try this ... soup base is is very good !!

 

** and come on lah ... we are not talking about healthy foods here ... so pls just talk about the noodles and the taste. **

 

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Loved instant noodles when it was introduced here in the 70s , it was an important staple for late night supper during my hostel days in the late 80s , and I still enjoy them once a while now that I am in my 50s .

 

Contrary to popular belief , I still have lots of hair on my head .

 

And , I can never forget these ads :

 

 

 

 

 

....... a lot $$$ in CPF at 50s
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