Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Kaohsiung!
Have you ever heard of Kiki instant noodles, which are popular in Taiwan?
It’s original from Taipei and it is getting popular in Taiwan.
In this article, I would like to share with you my impressions of Kiki stir-fried rice noodles and how to make them!
If you are interested in buying some, please read through the article.
I experienced a working holiday in Kaohsiung for a year starting in 2020. Now I am writing a blog about my experience.
By reading this post, you’ll get to know about Kiki Stir Rice Noodles’ Sha Cha Stir Mian!
What I you think of Kiki dry noodle’s Sha Cha dry Noodles?
First, let’s open the bag!
When you open the bag, you will find five packs.
Inside the pack with the cute design, there were noodles and sauce.
I’ll show you how to cook them later.
And here’s the finished product!
The fragrant smell of seafood whets your appetite.
Right off the bat, the texture of the noodles and the taste of the sauce is to die for!
There is a little bit of spiciness in the deep sauce, but I think even people who don’t like spicy food will find it delicious.
I’ve never tasted anything like this before, and it’s very refreshing!
What is Kiki dry noodle’s Sha Cha dry noodles?
Part of Kiki Restaurant’s product line since 1991, Sha Cha dry noodles is a popular Taiwanese barbecue sauce mixed rice noodle soup.
These exquisite dried noodles are served with a special sauce made from a mixture of carefully selected fishmeal, garlic, and scallions.
At Kiki, the focus tends to be on the leek oil mix noodles, but this product is also a hidden gem and has many fans.
Kiki dry Noodles with Sha Cha dry noodles Characteristics
The features of this product include the use of special noodles made in Tainan and carefully selected ingredients for the sauce.
The price is higher than that of a typical noodle in Taiwan, which allows us to produce a high quality product.
You can say that this is a special kind of mixed rice noodles that you have never encountered before.
It’s easy to cook, and ready to go!
First, bring the water to a boil and then add the noodles to the pot.
Boil the noodles for 5 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally if you like.
While they are boiling, prepare a bowl and add the sauce.
When the noodles are done boiling, move them to a colander and drain the water.
When you’re done, move the noodles to your bowl and you’re done!
Mix the noodles and sauce thoroughly, and you can add green onions or ham if you like.
|Ingredients||[Noodles] Wheat flour, salt, brine, (including some wheat)|
Sauce] Shacha醬 (vegetable oil and fat, dried fish, garlic, ginger powder, coconut powder, dried spring onions, sesame seeds, cherry shrimp, chili powder, salt, coriander, cinnamon, fennel, black pepper), processed soy sauce, vegetable oil and fat, shallots, sugar, salt, yeast extract, maltodextrin Dextrin / seasoning (amino acids, etc.), caramel color, polysaccharide thickener, (contains wheat, shrimp, soybeans, sesame)
|Contents||90g x 5|
|Allergy information||Eggs, milk ingredients, crab, peanuts, walnuts, cashews, almonds|
|Shelf life||One year if unopened|
|Storage Method||Store away from direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.|
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
Where can I buy it in Taiwan?
Are there any sales for overseas?
You can buy them at major overseas online stores.
However, the prices are higher than in Taiwan, so if you have a Taiwanese friend, it would be cheaper to have them send it to you.
If you buy a lot, you may get free shipping, so you may want to consider it.
- Noodles have a distinctive taste.
- Easy to make and easy to eat.
- Recommended if you want to eat unusual noodles.
That’s my take on Kiki dry noodle’s Sha Cha dry noodles!
I’ll keep updating this page with more recommendations, so please stay tuned.
Thank you for reading to the end!