Attention Ramyun fans! Using the Scoville Scale, which measures the spiciness of various foods using Scoville Heat Units (SHU), Paldo’s Tteumsae Ramyun was ranked the spiciest coming in at 8,557 SHU. For comparison, pimentos are measured as 100 to 500 SHU and Jamaican Hot Peppers are measured as 100,000 to 250,000 SHU. Other noodles that made the list include Nongshim’s Shin Ramyun (2,700 SHU), E-mart’s Habanero Ramyun (5,930 SHU), and Ottogi’s Yeol Ramyun (5,013 SHU).
These instant noodles are definitely no joke for those who enjoy eating hot stuff. Though some of them are hard to come by in our local supermarkets, we could always try to find them in marts around the Korea Town near us.
The noodles version is much simpler. Restaurants would typically serve this noodle with raw julienned cucumbers and hard boiled eggs on top. The fun part about this noodle is, you could always add any other topping as you wish.
It is also commonly called the nuclear noodles due to its extreme heat. This noodle is not something you should joke around with as it will leave your insides burning for a really long time. Take this with precaution!
Haek-buldalk-bokkeum-myeon is the extra spicy version of the viral buldalk-bokkeum-myeon. This extra hot one is packaged in red while the not so hot one has got a black packaging.
Though this noodle has been considered extremely spicy for many people, it is actually pretty mild compared to the rest of the list!
You’d also be surprised at the bounty of ramen options out there; dry and wet, spicy and mild, even some that include meat. Regardless, it’s definitely not something I would recommend on a daily basis; doing so long-term is said to incite high blood pressure and a higher chance of getting diabetes and heart disease.
around 50,000 Scoville units The Scoville scale measures the number of Scoville Heat Units (SHU) in a pepper or even a hot sauce. The higher the Scoville rating, the hotter the pepper! According to some experts, they suggest that Flamin’ Hot Cheetos rate around 50,000 Scoville units, but there’s no evidence to back this up.
Many people may want to save time and money by only eating ramen noodles, but it is just not feasible. Technically, you could survive on ramen noodles alone as long as you are providing your body with enough calories. However, you definitely would not be living a healthy life and you would be at risk for many diseases.
Shin Ramen is an instant noodle dish that contains some harmful ingredients with majority of its calories coming from carbs and fats. It is a dish that should be enjoyed in moderation as a single serving contains 1,790mg of Sodium, 80 grams of Carbs and ingredients such as Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein.
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