What Pepper Is In The Spicy Noodle Challenge

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Brand Daebak
Variety Black Noodles
Number of Items 4
Package Information Pack
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  • ??Tik Tok Spicy Challenge is on. Could you handle the heat? Ghost Pepper sauce may be among the spicier noodles available right now.
  • ??More Natural or Less Articial – The brand doesn’t enhance its appearance with artificial color.
  • Genuine Korean Recipe created in Korea and produced directly from Malaysia
  • Why not try our new flavors of ghost pepper mie goreg, ghost pepper spicy mushroom, ghost pepper creamy curry, and ghost pepper cup? We also have flavors like habanero spicy chicken and habanero kimchi. We know you can’t get enough of these fiery noodles.
  • Product made in Malaysia: The expiration date is written as DD/MM/YYYY, so 06/11/21 is November 6, 2021 in the format.
  • Ingredients: Wheat flour, palm oil, potato starch, salt, and soybean, as well as emulsifier (E322), stabilizer (E452, E501, and E412), and monosodium glutamate (E621).
  • Unit count type: Count

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Try the Spicy Challenge! Whether it’s the Youtube or Tik Tok Spicy Challenge????????? Daebak Ghost Pepper is made in Malaysia and developed in a Korean kitchen?????????????????? To give customers a taste of the spicy noodles, we’ve combined and combined them into one purchase. There are currently more flavors on the market 1. After you discover your preference, you can buy the larger pack. Ghost Pepper Mie Goreng Indo 2. Ghost Pepper Spicy Mushroom bee3. Ghost Pepper Creamy Curry Lontong 4. Ghost Pepper Spicy Chicken Cup 5. Habanero Kimchi 6. Habanero Spicy Chicken Cup.

  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 7. 17 x 5. 94 x 5. 28 inches; 1. 17 Pounds .
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Pacific Food Products SDN, BHD
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B091ZJH6FY

50,000 – 75,000 Scovilles

Tianjin peppers or Chinese red peppers are other names for Tien Tsin peppers. They are widely used in Asian cuisine, particularly Hunan and Szechwan styles, and were first harvested in China.

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