On to the next one…

The ladies in the house are so into this line of made-in-Vietnam Korean noodles. It is a Korean company but based in Vietnam, probably taking advantage of the cheaper labour there.

There might have been others before but I did not get to try any and I can’t remember them either. Well, anyway, the other day, I got to try this one…

Koreno Korean beef noodles

– their spicy Korean beef noodles.

Since my girl said that I might as well give this one…

Koreno Jjajangmen

…a skip – she said I would not enjoy it since I did not really fancy the black bean paste in the one from the celebrated Sibu instant kampua people, I decided to take her word for it.

That was why I moved on to the next one that we also have in the house at this point in time, the Korean beef noodles…

Koreno Korean beef noodles, packet

This packet is smaller, about half the size of the other one so it looks more manageable. Inside, there are two sachets…

Two sachets

…one with the seasoning and the other with the dehydrated vegetables, mostly carrot, Chinese celery and spring onion.

I cooked the noodles using the water that I had used to boil a few slices of beef and before dishing everything out, I added an egg to it…

Koreno Korean beef noodles, served

…and served it, generously garnished with the chopped spring onions from my garden.

Yes, it was nice – a little bit spicy and a little bit too salty for me. Perhaps I should have used two-thirds of the sachet of seasoning, not all of it or I could have added a bit more water so I could have more soup. However, when it comes to this brand in particular, my favourite is still the one with the clams flavour and as far as Vietnamese beef pho goes, this one definitely takes the cake!

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

6 thoughts on “On to the next one…”

  1. I have seen a lot of this Korean instant noodles with very attractive wrappers on the shelves at the Supermarket these days but I have never bought any to try. As always, you can make a bowl of instant noodles looks really good with the add-on ingredients and seeing your pictures makes me want to give it a try one of these days.

    Yes, so many all over the shelves in the supermarkets, our local ones do not stand a chance, all overshadowed already. Never bought but I am sure they are not cheap, yet they sell like hot cakes.

  2. Can’t say I am crazy about this. Or maybe need to adjust to the flavour, I guess.

    This particular flavour is nice, nicer than many of the rest – Korean or local or whatever…just that I prefer the clams-flavoured one most of all…and my vote goes to the more authentic Vietnamese beef pho…plus I don’t know the price. If it is expensive, I’d much sooner go for something a lot cheaper. At the end of the day, it is just instant noodles.

    I’d place this one beside the Taiwanese beef noodles available all over town – nice, love it but can live without it as there are others even nicer.

  3. I have never seen this brand before. Gosh there are so many brands of instant noodles available now. The strips of meat look delicious. 😀

    No? I thought Koreno is the most famous of the Korean brands. With a name like that, sure people will notice and will not forget but yes, there are a thousand and one Korean noodles brands these days, don’t ask me about them – I only know this one!

  4. Oh! That bowl of noodles does look very appetizing. I have yet to try these Korean instant noodles.

    I am trying them because the ladies keep buying – they love anything and everything Korean! This one not bad – at first, so red, I thought all kim chi. Thank goodness, false alarm! LOL!!!

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