Paldo "Korean Noodle: U-Dong"

Brand: Paldo
Flavour: Korean Noodle: U-Dong
Format: brick-in-packet
Packets: two
Identifiables: noodle brick, veggie bits, spice
Sodium: 2.12 grams

Paldo hasn't let me down yet. This one will be a quickie, because there's not much to say. It was a straightforward procedure: boil water (though Petar turned out to be too small for the brick so I had to fetch Johann), throw in noodle brick and packets, cook, consume. The flavour isn't terribly spectacular, but it's in no way bad. The heat is middling, maybe a three. The broth is generic, slightly seafoodish, and a bit thicker than usual. There are bits of seaweed. and carrot. This, really, is standard for the half-dollar-to-dollar range of ramen packets one finds at an international market. It is, to quote my first review, on the enjoyable end of average.

It's a good lunch.

Numbers: packaging 3, preparation 2, heat 3, flavour 3, overall 3

Music: Vince DiCola - Transformers: The Movie - Autobot/Decepticon Battle

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