Found an interesting flavor of ramen at the market... Chah Chiang flavor.
What is Chah Chiang?
I don't know, but it sounds like money! Chah Chiang!
Instructions: (As written on the package)
1. Add noodles to 2 cups of boiling water, cook for 3 minutes. Stir occasionally Don't over-cook(for shorter noodles, break noodles before cooking).
2. Put 4/5 soup from the pan to the bowl (A) add the soup-seasoning to the bowl (A) to be served as soup.
3. Put the chah-chiang sauce to the pan, and stir chah-chiang sauce evenly in the noodles. Put the noodles to the dish (B).
4. Ready to enjoy the delicious Chah-Chiang noodles(B) and tasty soup (A).
Dish of Noodles (B) and bowl of soup (A).
The soup tasted like "Oriental flavor" ramen and the chah-ching sauce was salty with soybean bits.
I ended up mixing plate(B) into bowl (A) to create the final dish, plus a little dallop of chili paste for extra bite.
Standard bowl of ramen. Nothing special. Salty and full of msg.
Ingredients: (As written on the package)
Oil Pack: Refined oil (contains one or more of followings: palm oil, sesame oil, soybean oil). refined salted-soy bean paste, chili paste, onion.
Soup Base Flavor Pack: Salt, monosodium glutamate, glucose, sugar, spices, disodium inosinate & disodium guanylate, artificial flavor, dehydrated chives.
A lot of mysterious ingredient, but I don't see any money... nor did I taste anything special.
Just an average bowl of ramen.
That's it for today's post.
Time to checkout.