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    262,692 posts since Dec '99
    • Have tastebuds of steel and up for a challenge? Spice up your life with some of the spiciest instant noodles you can get your hands on, either within Singapore, or by having them shipped from overseas.

      JML Instant Noodle Artificial Spicy Hot Beef Flavour (from China)

       

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      While we’re a bit iffy about the word “artificial” in the product name, food blogger Foodiggity has praised the noodles for its serious kick of spice, rich flavour, and decent amount of vegetables.

      It’s available via buyasianfoods.

      Paldo Kko Kko Myun (from South Korea)

       

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      Popularised by a South Korean comedian, these noodles were a huge craze in Korea a few years back. The noodles are flavoured with jalapeno, so don’t let the mild-looking broth fool you.

      They’re available at various Korean supermarkets in Singapore, as well as on Qoo10.

      MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle (from Malaysia)

       

      MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle. Photo: RedMart
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      These noodles will leave you perspiring at the end of your meal. But you don’t have to fret over an upset stomach thanks to the coconut milk in the dish that helps to temper the fiery taste. Just make sure you have a glass of iced water by your side.

      Available at various supermarkets as well as via RedMart.

      Nongshim Jinjja Jinjja Ramyun (from South Korea)

       

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      Jinjja jinjja means “really really”, and we can assure you that this is really really spicy! The noodles comes with a pork broth base and are garnished with black sesame seeds and peanut powder.

      Available at various local supermarkets, Korean supermarkets as well as online sites GMarket and Qoo10.

      Indomie Curly Noodle With Chicken & Chilli Padi (from Indonesia)

       

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      Fans of Indonesia’s popular brand of instant noodles will probably agree that the curly noodles with chicken and chili padi is, hands down, the spiciest of all. Blogger Foodiggity has even described the noodles as so spicy that they’re a “scorching pain” to eat.

      Available via shopping site Metroniaga.

      Paldo Teumsae Instant Noodles With Soup (from South Korea)

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      Teumsae is a popular restaurant chain in South Korea known for their spicy dishes. While their restaurants are not in Singapore, their brand of spicy instant noodles are available for purchase here. We recommend the Paldo Teumsae Ramyun Noodles with Soup. According to blogger The Ramen Rater, who reviewed the noodles twice, this instant noodle will “challenge even the staunchest of spicy fans”.

      Available at various supermarkets, Korean supermarkets as well as online sites such as Qoo10 and RedMar

      Samyang Foods Buldak Bokkeummyeon (from South Korea)

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      Remember those Fire Noodle challenge videos that used to go viral on YouTube? For those who have yet to try them, these spicy hot noodles will leave your lips and tongue burning. If you’re not a spicy food daredevil, we suggest you skip this. However, some YouTubers have recommended adding egg or cheese to temper its fiery taste.

      Available at various supermarkets, Korean supermarkets as well as online sites such as Qoo10 and RedMart.

       

       

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      Edited by FireIce 29 Mar `17, 9:42PM
  • Shikangninjagold's Avatar
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  • SOI's Avatar
    18 posts since Apr '17
    • I sure like those spicy noodles including those sichuan spiced noodles.

      However,  for my own liking, I like moderate spiced dishes including noodles because too spicy burning hot dishes can numbed our taste buds except burning hot sensation in our mouth and tongue and around our mouth. That's not cool and all it taste was chilli hot which tends to overwhelmed everything else.

      I enjoy my spicy dishes and its flavors with moderate chilli spices. Hot but not burning hot. To me shiok is having a moderately spicy hot noodles or dishes but not burning hot that I have to endure and wallup loads of cool drinks thereafter.

      Yes, you have heard the word "moderation" from my posts lately as I believed that  "moderation" is the key to enjoy one's indulgence whether in food & beverages or others.No need to diet or stop doing what we liked or loved ....  except do it in moderation.

      Happy Eating !

       

  • Hellohello123's Avatar
    5 posts since Jan '16
    • Some of those Korean spicy ones are super spicy ..even though I'm not the most tolerant of spice0

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