Ghost Pepper Noodles
Daebak Ghost Pepper Cheese Spicy Chicken Flavour
'Shinsegae Mamee Daebak Ghost Pepper Cheese Spicy Chicken Flavour is a popular instant noodle dish originating in Malaysia. It gained significant attention due to its extreme spiciness from the original Daebak Ghost Pepper Spicy Chicken Ramen, which is attributed to the use of ghost pepper, one of the hottest peppers in the world.
The Ghost Pepper Cheese Ramen combines the fiery flavour of ghost pepper with a cheese powder, which usually tastes very artificial but in this instance, it was rich and creamy. This combination creates a balance between intense heat and indulgent creaminess, offering a unique sensory experience for those brave enough to try it. As we devled into the ramen cup, here's what it contained:
It's important to note that Daebak Ghost Pepper Cheese Ramen is not for the faint of heart. The spiciness can be overwhelming even for those who enjoy spicy foods. Therefore, it's recommended to approach this dish with caution, especially if you have a low tolerance for heat. However the cheese helps to mitigate some of the spiciness while adding a creamy and savory element to the dish.
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A very delicious noodle indeed. Although they didn't look like any other cup-ramen or noodle I'd eaten before, it definitely went down as one of my favourite challenges on the channel; hot enough that it was difficult to finish, but not so hot that I couldn't enjoy the subtle Asian flavours contained within. A great noodle! I'll definitively be eating Daebak again.
Eating noodles from our own heritage (we're 1/4 Malaysian) was an honour and watching some of the other videos, these were acclaimed to be the next hottest thing. To be honest they weren't. Don't get me wrong, they're hot but there's no constant build up and I was proud to see Freddie plough through and successfully finish these noodles.