Sunday, February 24, 2008

Yeul Ramyon - Hot Taste

Yeul Ramyon is a Korean instant noodle made by Ottogi Ramyon, the manufacturer of Jin Ramyon. Yeul Ramyon has many of the typical characteristics of Korean ramen. It comes in a large package (120g), the noodles are thick and chewy and the broth is spicy. I really don't know how this pack is supposed to differ from the Jin Ramyon Spicy Taste, but I guess that this one does not have any beef flavoring in the broth.

These noodles were nothing unusual but were still pretty good. The noodles were thick and chewy like most Korean noodles. There were plenty of mushrooms, scallions and carrots which added some nice bursts of flavor. The soup broth tasted a bit peppery and was not very spicy compared to most Korean ramen.


I enjoyed this ramen but felt that it tasted exactly like Jin Ramyon Hot Taste and most other Korean instant noodles. To be honest, next time I would just buy whatever spicy Korean ramen was on sale the most at the local Asian grocery store. They are all about the same and all pretty good.

Yeul Ramyon - Hot Taste - 5.0/10

7 comments:

Starfeeder said...

omg! a Ramen blogger! YOU ROCK :D

northpine said...

I love ramen too!!

Greg Bray said...

I have to agree with your post. I wanted a spicy ramen soup, but this one was not on par with what I expected. I did enjoy the flavor, and it was delicious with egg and green bell pepper. Definitely blog worthy, I posted a bit about it myself! I am very interested in the other Ramen flavors that you talked about and will check back on the Spicy tag often :-D

Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

I once had a bowl type package of ramen in Korea that was the best I have ever tasted. The only thing I remember about the name was "Hot Beef Taste" because that is what we all called it. Any insight on these would be great as I would love to have these again.

Anonymous said...

you can find a good selection of korean ramen at ramenklub.com. plus they have ramen videos where people can share.

jzzyprin93 said...

i love these noodles with some red pepper,and i also like the shin ramyon

anna camille aguinaldo said...

I love this soup. For me, it's perfect!!! Spicy enough for me.