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Old 01-17-2011, 06:24 PM   #1
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HaiTai Confectionery SINDANGDONG Hot Pepper Spicy Snack Review

Back to the oriental food store for this item and that is my best guess name for the item.

The bag includes a kid on it with balck hair, a blur fork, a bunch of korean letters, a white plate with lots pasta with lots of sauce on it, and piece of brocolli.

Link to picture of bag....

http://www.ec21.com/co/h/haitaifood/upimg/7_03.jpg

They showcase a curved version of the snckafood product on the bag which looks like some riggatoni pasta.

What you got in the bag was nothing but flat rigatoni pasta with some seasoning on it.

Ingredients include wheat flour, sugar, seasoned rice cake seasoning, and red chili paste.

The length of each item was 1.5 to 2.5 inches long.

The color was very red with some specs of seasoning on it.

They were certainly crunchy.

The heat level is not that much though.

The flavor though was really good.

I give this item a big thumbs up.

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Old 05-23-2011, 05:44 PM   #2
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Samyang Topokki Review.....

Back to the oiriential store for this item which wound up being very very similar to the item I tasted before and in the post above me. This one though had a picture of a girl on it though while the other bag did not.

same length, color, crunch, etc.... as the item above.

This item was spicier and hot enough to give you a runny nose those.

I give the product a big thumbs up as well..
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