Paldo Kimchi Dosirak Cup Ramen
One evening, feeling hungry, I headed to a convenience store and tried Paldo Kimchi Lunchbox Small Cup Ramen. Although the expression “small cup” is used for large capacity lunch boxes, it is the regular capacity square cup ramen we know.
The familiar taste before eating will contain the savory and spicy flavor of kimchi. I purchased it with high expectations. This smells strong to me, but This is a cup ramen that you can eat lightly without feeling uncomfortable. The kimchi lunch box I ate this time is similar to kimchi king cap or kimchi bowl noodles. It is a cup ramen that is similar but has a slightly different feel. It suited my personal taste and was delicious, so I ended up purchasing it again.
Check when this product was released through the 2016 article. When I checked, I found out that it had been a while since it was released, and that I had only recently come across it. I think I heard about this guy late when I got to know him because of the stereotype that he always only looks for food. I like the rectangular lunch box ramen container the most. Am I the only one who feels that it is easier to eat soup with square corners rather than round ones? Since other cup ramen is mostly round, it seems safe to consider the square container as a characteristic of lunch box ramen.
When I looked for kimchi, I found a small piece. It’s kimchi lunch box cup ramen. You eat the noodles, and the noodles are the same as the existing lunch box noodles. The soup is spicy. Let’s put it in words, it’s more spicy than the kimchi bowl noodles? It feels like it’s darker? I think the balance of saltiness would be off to adjust the quantity.
So, I think it would be better to use a certain amount of water, and if you think you will eat it with rice, it would be okay to use a little less water. It is evaluated by the taste of the soup that you want to eat with rice. At this time, there was no rice so I couldn’t eat it (sad). Paldo Dosirak Small Cup is a product that I have liked for a long time, so it is not easy to surpass its popularity, but if you want a more salty and spicy taste, kimchi is better than Paldo Dosirak. It may vary from time to time. One of the ramen that comes to mind sometimes has been added
CU New Dosirak Menu Fried Rice Cheese Sausage
CU’s new dosirak menu recommended today is Baek Jong-won’s lunch box with kimchi fried rice and cheese sausage. This is the new lineup of CU Baek Jong-won lunch boxes that have been released for the first time in a while after being quiet for a while! Since this is Baek Jong-won’s lunch box, I can’t help but have high expectations! Especially since I was an elementary school student and heard that it was a combination of kimchi fried rice and cheese sausage, I had no choice but to buy it right away.
It has 765 Kcal of calories and 83% of the daily recommended amount of sodium. Since kimchi fried rice and cheese sausage are included, the sodium content is quite high. I think it would be a bit difficult to eat it with ramen.
The composition is one that is likely to be as controversial as the mixed stir-fried pork. It is a composition that completely removes all the vegetable side dishes and makes you think, ‘You guys are only going to eat this anyway, right?’ The main side dish, kimchi fried rice, includes a fried egg, corn cheese using a base that appears to be condensed milk, sausage cooked in ketchup, and Nominally, it also contains three stewed fish cakes. At this level, I don’t think there would be anything strange about eating it with beer.
In addition, I used corn cheese, a combination of cheese and condensed milk, which is popular these days, and as if that wasn’t enough, I sprinkled mixed cheese on top of the stir-fried ketchup sausage. Well, I had some idea, but I thought the corn cheese would be quite thick, but when I melted it, it turned out to be plastic on the bottom. One part is a bit disappointing. Therefore, the amount of corn cheese itself is smaller than expected. The taste is pretty good though. It’s a combination of condensed milk, cheese, and sausage, so it’s delicious! However, since it is quite difficult to eat with just chopsticks, I recommend getting a spoon and eating it with fried rice.
The kimchi fried rice had no additional ingredients other than kimchi and the seasoning was strong, so it wasn’t too salty to eat with sausage. If you want, you can eat it with eggs, so it’s not so salty that you feel like you can’t eat it! It was cooked well and had a moderate amount of flavor. For some people, the lack of vegetables may be a deduction, but some people may find it an advantage because it allows for a complete meal if you make it this way. Even considering today’s prices, it was a menu that was both cost-effective and full of flavor.
CU New Dosirak Menu Jongga Kimchi Phenomenon Set Meal
The new CU dosirak menu that we will learn about today is the Jongga Kimchi Hansang set meal. In collaboration with Jongga, a kimchi specialty brand, we also released Kimchi Pork Triangle Gimbap and Stir-Fried Kimchi Pork Gimbap! Usually, I am more familiar with the ‘convenience store dosirak kimchi = stir-fried kimchi’ composition, so it is rather awkward when fresh kimchi is served, but I think this is almost the first time I have made a lunch box with three types of fresh kimchi.
The total weight is 386g and the calories are 485Kcal, so it can be enjoyed slightly lightly. It consists of three types of kimchi, green onion kimchi, cabbage kimchi, and young radish kimchi, as well as dumpling katsu and soy sauce pork bulbaek. Since kimchi is almost the main dish, dumpling katsu is almost a side dish, and the amount of soy sauce pork belly is not very large.
Pork kimchi only requires a couple of chopsticks, but green onion kimchi and young radish kimchi are quite large. The amount of rice is also quite large, so you can eat quite a lot. The kimchi itself contains fresh kimchi, but when it is said to be fresh, it feels like slightly unripe kimchi, perhaps due to its freshness and lunch box characteristics. It is safe to say that there is no sour smell at all.
Since it is a lunch box with dumpling katsu, soy sauce pork bulbaek, or kimchi as the main ingredients, it feels rather featureless. The soy sauce bulbaek contains only pork and looks good to eat with kimchi. The side dish compartment containing the kimchi can be separated. There is a bit of kimchi juice on it, but you can clean it up by placing it in the lunch box, closing the lid, and turning it.
Green onion kimchi and young radish kimchi are much fresher than expected and have a nice crunchy taste. Of course, compared to the ones I made myself, the lunch box may feel a little dry due to the expiration date, but at least the one I ate was not like that.
Instant Meal Dosirak – Ottogi Sesame Oil Kimchi Stirfry (Cup Rice)
I heard that GS25 had a new menu, kimchi rice bowl, so I went straight to the convenience store after work in the evening. The rice bowl I purchased, which included rice, was almost like a lunch box, so it wasn’t cheap. But I guess that’s because it’s a new product. Honestly, if it wasn’t a new product, I might have hesitated to buy it.
However, when I went into the GS app in my neighborhood, I saw that it was available for purchase at a discounted price on the app, perhaps to commemorate the launch of a new product. However, I decided to buy it later and was hungry so I bought one to eat.
You only heat instant rice and pour the rest of the ingredients into the rice. There are two ways to heat instant rice: microwave cooking and boiling water cooking. I chose simple microwave cooking. Anyway, I think it’s good to have an easy dinner.