Ve Wong Malaysian Style
I’ve never had Malaysian style noodles before but I was drawn to these because of the design on the package. I don’t know what it says but the splash of blue definitely caught my eye.
After I opened it I started having second thoughts because the packet with the oil kinda seemed like it had gone bad, if thats possible. After I read the ingredients, I decided it was just anise (I’m assuming) and once I added it to the boiling water, it dissolved.
The broth was brown and pretty basic, not spicy. The noodles were nothing special. With nothing else to compare these to, they are average. I would buy these over the basic kinds of instant noodles but if there was something better available, I would pass.
Sorry for the potato pictures, working by trial and error.
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Lucky Me Chow Mein
Okay this is crazy but it really does taste like chow mein, but not that much like good chow mein. It is pretty basic and the sauce packet seems kind of slimey, but it cooks out okay. I could see making this better by even just adding that basic can of chow mein vegetables that is pretty cheap.
Nongshim Real Kimchi
This is definitely one of the better and easier instant noodles you can find. I like this one because it comes with a little packet with kimchi! I am a sucker for kimchi but the noodles and broth are also pretty good.
If I was feeling stuffed up and wanted something that I knew was going to be satisfying, I would grab a package of these noodles.
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