I'm interested in trying more products (especially the chili crisp), but the ramen kind of just made me feel sick. I didn't love the texture of the noodles, and for how hyped up it is, the flavors just didn't blow me away.
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The Savory salt is amazing, I use it on almost everything! You only need a little pinch, so the jars last a long time. The Tingly salt is fun for popcorn.
Spicy seasoning could be spicier and more flavorful.
I've tried the both the seasoned salts and the sauces. The salts are good, but I don't find I use them enough to be worth keeping in the pantry. They aren't a 1:1 replacement for things, so I end up going out of my way to use figure out how to use them up. The sauces are, at least as far as I can tell, really high quality, and I'll keep their soy sauce, tamari, and sesame oil in my pantry as long as they keep making them.
I really trust Momofuku to bring high quality ingredients that I couldn't really evaluate for myself in the grocery store (at least, I hope I can trust them), so I was really excited for their "restaurant grade" sauces. I would like to see them bring more 'harder to find' ingredients to the market, to make cooking with Asian flavors more accessible without having to rely on pre-made mixes and such. I think I'd like to see Momofuku sell miso paste, gochujang, mirin, rice wine vinegar, and other ingredients like that.
I've tried a variety of the noodle packets, and they're really delicious for a quick meal.
They're bit more on the expensive side.
My husband is a chef and I purchased the salts, soy sauce and chili crunch set for him for Christmas. Definitely a fun addition to our meals, he loves the added flavor to his dishes.
Big fan of David Chang and so had to get these salts and soy sauce! I enjoyed all the products, was gifted noodles which I didn't care (there's just better instant ramen out there). I look forward to trying the chili crisp and sesame oil.
Due to price point I wouldn't use the soy sauce for daily cooking, but would use it where I feel like the flavor would come out.
Really delicious, flavorful, and unique ramens. Taking at home ramen to whole new level.
The ramen is a little costly, but makes for a better meal than the old school ramen packets
The chili crisp is amazing
I bought a variety pack of the mixed noodles. They are tasty, have a nice texture, cook quickly, and are filling. I appreciate having a healthy alternative to ramen noodles. I usually add more spice, soy sauce, a little oil, etc. because the included seasonings don't go very far.
I would appreciate seeing plastic alternatives for the sauce/seasoning bags.
I tried the spicy soy noodles & while the noodles themselves were great quality + consistency, I found the flavor pack to be a bit lacking.
Sauce packets for noodles should be more flavorful.