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Nongshim Kimchi Ramyun Noodle Soup 5 Pack $5 @ Coles

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Product Details
Kimchi is a must-have staple side dish in Korea, and is usually made of cabbage fermented with Korean red chili. Nongshim Kimchi Ramyun is bringing this sought-after traditional kimchi flavour to the Western food market. Korean-style ramyun noodles, a complex, spicy soup with garlic and spices, and, of course, dried kimchi is the perfect combination of authentic, Korean flavours – and is ready in just 4 minutes!

Ingredients
Noodles: Wheat Flour, Potato Starch, Palm Oil (contains Antioxidant 307b), Salt, Mineral Salts (339, 452, 500, 501), Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Soy Sauce, Sweetener (420)), Green Tea Extract, Colour (101), Soup Powder: Seasoning (Maltodextrin, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (Soy, Wheat), Yeast Extract, Soy, Wheat Flour), Salt, Sugar, Spices, Flavour Enhancer (330, 627, 631), Thickener (412), Colour (150), Flakes: Dried Kimchi Flake (Cabbage, Garlic, Red Pepper, Maltodextrin, Ginger), Bok Choy, Carrot, Green Onion

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  • Never tried this. How does this compare to the Nongshim Shin Ramyun? Do these taste totally different ?

    • Very different, far less flavour and needs an acquired taste - personally I didn't like it.

  • +2

    Taste is subjective, so if you haven't tried it before - I strongly suggest to start with one pack.

    Personally I didn't like the flavour, even though I'm pretty ok with real Kimchi. Spice is only a fraction of the more popular spicy Ramyn.

    I ended up using the noodles with other seasonings.

  • +4

    Yeah this kimchi one is trash, instead of

    Regular Shin Ramyun + kimchi

    which is what you'd expect, you get

    Regular Shin Ramyun + kimchi - flavour - spice

    Go out and buy a tub of kimchi from your local Asian grocer and add that to your regular Shin Ramyun instead, it's miles better.

    • Going to try kimchi for first time. Are the Woolworth’s one inferior to asian grocers one. Any recommendations on which one to get?

  • +2

    Real kimchi is healthy, get into it..
    Agree, just get the normal Shin ramen $3.95 Coles.

  • +1

    Same sentiment as others. Tried this and didn't really liked it. A combo of Shin Ramyun and real Kimchi is tons better.

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