I found "Cheese Bull Duck Stir-fried Noodles" at a supermarket in Tokyo. Korean cup noodles that reproduce the spicy soupless ramen with cheese. Cheese ... spicy ... worrisome ...
By the way, Korean spicy cup noodles are the familiar "spicy ramen" (instant noodles are also available). So this time, I decided to eat and compare the two!
Eat and compare "Shin Ramyun" and "Spicy Cheese Burdak Stir-Fried Noodles"! Which is spicy?As I knew before I bought it, Shin Ramyun has juice and Cheese Burdak has no juice. I feel that the one with juice keeps the heat and feels more spicy, but what about it?
Spicy ramenFirst of all, from Shin Ramyun. Pour the powdered soup, pour hot water and let it sit for 4 minutes, then mix well.
Yeah, good! Even in the spiciness that attacks the tongue and throat, you can feel the umami with the extracts such as miso, garlic, and onions. This soup is quite spicy, but I'll drink more and more!
Stir-fried cheese bullduck noodlesOn the other hand, cheese bullduck stir-fried noodles. Rehydrate the dried noodles with hot water, drain the water, add the sauce and sardines, and mix well. At this point it smells like a snack.
It's spicy! There was no juice, and the moment I put it in my mouth, I felt the aroma and sweetness of cheese and was completely off guard, but ... this is a very spicy one. Moreover, it is a type that pulls back. The spicy ingredients are firmly entwined with the chewy medium-thick noodles. Spicy comes directly than spicy ramen!
As for "spicyness", the result is that the cheese bullduck stir-fried noodles are more popular. It seems better not to eat unless you like spicy foods. However, the taste is quite addictive for spicy food lovers! Personally, it was a nice point that the noodles did not grow even if the chopsticks were slow to move because there was no juice.
You may come across a different taste if you add a mellow arrangement by chasing cheese yourself or topping with raw eggs.