Mala Oden Review - The Most Popular Instant Mala Noodles In Singapore RN
Mala oden is the most popular instant mala noodles in Singapore rn. There, we've said it. The all-new mala oden will make you rethink instant cup noodles. Here is our Mala Oden review on what you can expect from this popular instant mala noodles.
Gone are the days when we can be pacified by mere chicken or abalone cup noodles. This mala oden joins the league of trending snacks in 2020.
For as cheap as S$3.60 per cup (if you purchase 3 cartons at a go), this mala oden is our new addiction and we’ve been eating one cup every day. No joke! Suan La Fen (hot and spicy noodles) is all the rage in Singapore. But once you have tried our mala oden which comes with lots of ingredients, you will never go back to eating the Suan La Fen.
For the uninitiated, oden is quite simply Japanese-style yong tau foo, where a mix of fishcake variations are served in a sweet dashi soup. Take the sweet soup out and replace it with kickass mala soup and you have the Mala Oden.
WHAT IS MALA ODEN?
In a nutshell, this instant snack is a cup chockfull of goodness. Each cup comes with a portion of sweet potato noodles (or what we Chinese know as tang hoon), dried veggies and a generous mix of fishcake.
You can customize the spice level by adjusting the amount of water added. There are suggestions on the cup itself for mild spicy to super spicy. Brilliant.
The end result is a comforting cup of mala oden that is so flavourful, it will leave you wanting more. The soup isn’t as numbing and spicy as it looks, and in fact very drinkable without burning your throat!
HOW TO ZHNG YOUR MALA ODEN
This mala oden can be a meal on its own, and makes a great snack any time of the day.
Want to zhng your mala oden further? Add abalone slices, pork belly, razor clams, or beef slices to level up your mala oden. Other suggested ingredients to throw into your cup are ham, luncheon meat, crabsticks, button mushrooms and enoki mushrooms.