Cook Time00hrs 20min
Shin ra-myun is a staple noodle soup with a traditional spicy taste for all Asians worldwide. It is very easy to prepare yet a satisfying meal which can be prepared within ten minutes. All the ingredients are found within the package and additional ingredients such as kimchi, egg, green onions can be added to enhance its flavors and texture.
- wheat flour
- palm oil
- modified potato starch
- monosodium glutamate
- dried carrot
- dried green onion
- dried seaweed
Did You Know ?
"There are many ways how to eat noodles: Frozen noodles are sometimes served in a salad (Thai glass noodle salad), Fried noodles (chow mein, lo mein, mee goreng, hokkien mee, some varieties of pancit, yakisoba, and pad thai), Noodle soup (phở, beef noodle soup, chicken noodle soup, ramen, laksa, saimin, and batchoy), Noodle casseroles (lasagna, kugel, tuna casserole, baked ziti, timballo, and pastitsio), Cup noodles and Instant noodles"
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"You can add many ingredients to enhance the flavor of Ramyun. We can recommend zucchini, a touch of sesame oil, tofu cubed, kimchi, some leftover pork korean hot pepper, korean ddeok (oval rice cakes), frozen mandu kamaboko or other fish cakes and so on"
Where is it
Korea's favourite instant noodle, the package design demonstrates the Koreans' spicy taste preference. The word "Shin" means spicy and the calligraphy was created a long time ago by a specific calligrapher, whose name has been lost in history. It has been said that Shin Ramyun is thicker, heavier and larger than any other instant noodle on the market, maybe.
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