ImportFood in NY Times / Noodle Update
Hello again friends. We are featured in this week's New York Times, and we have several flavors of Mama noodles back in stock today. Thanks for visiting and please enjoy today's update.
ImportFood In The New York Times
In the March 17 2022 issue of New York Times, author Julia Moskin featured ImportFood.com in an article titled 'The Art of Making Thai Noodles, Far From Thailand'
We really appreciate being featured in this very interesting and well-written story!
Feature Recipe: Ladna, Thai Wide Noodles in Thick Sauce
This is a new, elegantly spicy version of our original basic Ladna recipe. with the added complex flavor of our Shrimp Flavor Crushed Thai Chilli -- this is the best Ladna we've ever tasted.
We prepared this in two steps: first fry wide rice noodles until they're just starting to get crispy. Then a sauce is quickly made and poured over the noodles. The translation of Ladna in English is "Pour on the Face".
Back in Stock: Mama Chan Pho
Mama is the most famous brand in Thailand for good reason, the flavor of their instant noodles is fantastic.
Here we have a new style using premium chantaboon rice stick noodles.
Serving size is 2.3 oz dry, which is larger than most Mama noodle packs which are about 1.8 oz.
One bowl will really fill you up, and the flavor is good just like it comes.
SEE: Mama Chan Pho
Back in Stock: Mama Phnom Penh
This is a new flavor from Mama, a gently spiced soup they call Phnom Penh style. We enjoyed making this with thinly sliced beef (see picture), fresh cilantro and lime.
SEE: Mama Phnom Penh
Back in Stock: Mama Bean Thread
This is another new flavor from Mama, a mild soup using clear bean thread noodles (healthy, made from mung bean flour).
We enjoyed making this with thinly sliced beef (see picture), garnished with fresh cilantro.
NEW: Knorr Pork Bouillon
Knorr brand of Switzerland has offered fine quality products that have been popular throughout Asia for years.
This is a box that has inside six tasty pork bouillon cubes, each wrapped in foil. Simply add one cube in 2 cups of water.