I keep an emergency package or two of Japanese ramen on hand for the noodles - the flavor packets just don't cut it for me. However, I stumbled upon Korean ramen at Grocery Outlet and decided to try it. The flavor packet is actually slightly concentrated chile sauce that you add after reconstituting the noodles. Among the usual suspects it contains Chinese cabbage, chives, grape juice, mandarin (orange?), mustard, pear, radish, seaweed and sesame seed. It was actually pretty tasty - you could taste the fruit in the background.
Has anyone else had this and what do you think?
Is there anything special I should look for at a Korean restaurant? The package is labeled 'bibim myun'.
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