While I was at the convenience store, the Tuna and Mayonnaise crisps caught my eyes.
Beside it were Tuna Mayonnaise cup noodles also by the same Korean Brand Nong Shim.
Decided to try the cup noodles because I was just curious about how it would taste.
Tuna Mayonnaise is normally a sandwich filling that is slightly creamy with chunks of tuna.
I can't read Korean so the English labelling was helpful and it was strange that the ingredients has Worchester sauce!!!!
When you peel the lid back, there are two sachets, one is the sauce and the other is some yellow thing.
There are some sort of brown bits within the noodles which I believe are possibly soya bits pretending to be tuna????
To eat, you remove the sachets, pour boiling water in the noodles.
Leave it for a while and drain the water.
There are holes at the other end of the lid which you pierce to drain.
The mayonnaise sachet was big and I was quite skeptical about the taste because that much mayonnaise is going to be really sickly.
The colour of the mayonnaise was strangely brown!!!
After mixing it, the sauce turned creamy yellow so there must be a lot of creamer in that paste!!
As for the taste, it definitely does not taste like sandwich filling but there is a strong creamer powder aftertaste in your mouth.
Not quite convinced by these noodles because they are a bit too sweet for my liking,