A high-tension Italian uncle is drawn on the package. If you want to give this person a nickname, don't hesitate to say "Naples".
Inside are familiar noodles, sauce, and a pouch of gunpowder. However, when I opened the noodles on top of the noodles, green peppers popped out and I was surprised.
Make as indicated on the package and add the sauce. The scent of yakisoba sauce and ketchup stimulates your appetite. When the whole was mixed, it became a color like Napolitan.
The sauce has a stronger acidity than general Napolitan, and the aftertaste is sweet. In a word, it's sweet and sour, but the chopsticks don't stop because of the spicy flavor. This refreshing sauce matched very well with the curly noodles with the unique taste of Peyang.
The onions and peppers are crispy and chewy, and the bacon pieces that sometimes appear are delicious and delicious. Speaking of greed, I would like a little more ingredients, but it may be that this is what Peyang seems to be.
Naples has a taste like a new B-grade gourmet, while being reminiscent of the Neapolitan seasoning that everyone loves. It fits so well on my tongue that my brain seemed to have an illusion that it had been there for some time. If you want to change your mood from the usual sauce yakisoba, please give it a try.