âChunstorangâ is a place where you can find food made with recipes from celebrities famous as gourmets. Being able to check the ingredients and processes that are made through a broadcast makes me even more curious. That menu made me wonder if that food would be really tasty! From Chunstorang's 1 major menu to 5 major menus! We deliver vivid and honest reviews of previously released menus.
1st release menu – Ma Jang-myeon (by Lee Kyung-gyu)
Price 1,500 won
âMajangmyeonâ was the first menu that marked the beginning of Chunstorang. At first, it came out at a price of 3,200 won because it contained raw noodles and raw cucumber, but other menus continued to be released, and a new cup noodle form was released. Cucumbers have been removed, noodles have been changed to deep-fried noodles, and the shelf life, which used to be 2 days, has been significantly lengthened.
You can add boiling water and wait for 4 minutes, then pierce the hole in the lid to drain the water, then add the liquid soup and grate it well. The sauce is very thick, so it's important to squeeze the sauce well with chopsticks.
I was worried that the likes and dislikes of majangmyeon varied quite a bit before eating it, but the savory peanut scent made my taste taste better. Compared to regular cup noodles, the noodles are thicker and have a chewy, chewy texture. The sauce is a salty yet savory peanut flavor, so it's like eating salty tantan noodles without the spiciness? There was a lot of green onion flakes in it, and it had a crunchy texture, so it went well with the plump noodles.
2nd Launch Menu – Meat Pie (by Don Spike)
The second item on the menu is Don Spike's âMeat Pieâ! A meat pie that can be eaten after being microwaved for 40-50 seconds. It says on the outside cover that it's delicious when eaten with yogurt, but at the beginning of the release, they gave it along with yogurt! There are two versions, the original and spicy, but I bought only the original because the spicy one was hard to get.
I tried cutting it in half and splitting it… I was surprised that it contained more meat than I had anticipated. It really feels like the meat is completely filled to the inside of the pie!
It had a strong feeling of heaviness because it contained a lot of meat, but is it a bit spicy? pepper? I felt like eating Mexican food because I could feel the taste. Is it like eating only bread and meat without vegetables or sauce in a hamburger? After eating it, I thought I knew if it was recommended to eat it with yogurt. If you just eat the meat pie, it feels a little crunchy, but if you add yogurt, it adds a moist yet fresh flavor, and I think it will go in better. If you eat meat pie, I definitely recommend buying yogurt and eating it together!
Three major launch menus – Tteokzupapao (by Jung Il-woo)
Price 3,700 won
The third is âTteok Chuppao,â a Macau-style sandwich made by Jung Il-woo by putting domestic pork between extra rice cakes made from our rice. As an editor, Mochi Soon-i was one of the most anticipated dishes on the menu.
The characteristic of the wrapper is that it can be eaten while being torn to the side. It is said that if you remove the yellow wrapper, microwave it for about 40-50 seconds, and then eat it, you can enjoy a more chewy texture.
I filled the long strips with plenty of grilled pork, sweetly sautÃ©ed onions, and onions mixed with Cheongyang mayonnaise sauce. The extra portion had a stronger chewy texture than the chewy texture, and I think it might be chewy depending on the person.
If you open the booster, it contains as much pork as the size of the booster. Thanks to the sweet flavor, the pork, which feels like a rice cake galbi, and the light side of the chicken go well together, and the crunchy onion in the middle enhances the texture, making it delicious to eat.
Price 3,700 won
It comes with the same menu as Mochi Chuppao, and is characterized by the fact that ciabatta bread is used instead of mochi. There are two versions of Panzupapao, the original and the spicy, but unfortunately I was only able to get the original version. There is pork and onion in the thick ciabatta bread, which is narrower than Tteokzupapao, but is thicker.
It says to roll for 30 to 40 seconds, but… I think I could turn it for another 10 seconds. After turning it for 40 seconds, the middle part was slightly cold… Panzupapao's bread was so thick that it felt like a meal rather than a snack, and I thought it would be more delicious if the bread was slightly stiff and slightly softer.
4 major launch menus – Paraetang noodles (by Lee Young-ja)
Price 1,500 won
Fourth, I was very excited to watch it live on the air! I tried a variety of noodles, such as potato noodles and corn noodles, but it was blue noodles! It consists of powder soup, ingredient soup, and blue noodles that have a strong presence from afar.
There are definitely a lot of seafood ingredients compared to other ramen. You can add hot water and stir well after 3 minutes, but depending on your preferences, it's a personal choice to eat slightly undercooked or thoroughly cooked!
From the moment I opened the lid to eat the sea bream tang noodles, the deep blue smell was soft. The moment I took a bite of the noodles, my mouth was filled with the scent of blue, and the soup was filled with the refreshing taste of seafood. The flavor was slightly similar to shrimp soup, but the deep flavor of shrimp soup was added, making it feel like eating a luxurious shrimp soup. The soup is rich, so I recommend eating it according to the right amount. If you add a little less to eat, you can also squeeze it.
5 major launch menus – Kokko Rice Bowl (by Lee Kyung-gyu)
Price: 3,500 won
The last item on the menu was Lee Kyung-gyu, who won two times! Kokko rice bowl is a style of eating hitbahan mixed with a variety of condiments. The soy sauce flavor consists of soy sauce chicken, mara mayonnaise, hitbaan, and crispy onion. You can microwave the rice and chicken for 1 minute 30 seconds to 2 minutes, then put them in a cup, add the rest of the ingredients together, and grate them.
It is uniquely characterized by the fact that it contains mara mayonnaise. I'm going to add all kinds of condiments and grate it well… Thinking about it in vain, I forgot the Crispy Onion..!
When I put it back in, I looked closely at the instructions and told them to eat while spraying… hehe, it's probably written like that to prevent it from getting soggy, but it's bothersome, shakit shakit… It is said that you can eat seaweed powder, sesame seeds, and green onions according to your taste.
The chicken is very thick, and the crispy onion, which is crunchy in the middle, enhances the texture. Overall, it has a sweet soy sauce base, so it's easy to eat without being too burdensome. However, it didn't have any major characteristics, and it was a flavor commonly eaten in other convenience store foods, so I didn't feel like it had a big impact.
There are two versions of kokko rice bowl: soy sauce flavor and mara flavor, and since they are on the menu recently, I was able to get both easily. The price and method of eating are the same, and mara chicken is used instead of soy sauce chicken.
This time, I didn't forget to spray Crispy Onion well from the beginning. As soon as I tore off the wrapper of the mara chicken, I was able to feel the rich aroma of mara chicken. I bought it at a regular convenience store and got to know the boss, but the boss warned me that it was very spicy, so I tried it with half curiosity and half worry.
It's full of mara sauce, so the aroma of mara is strong, but it was nice because it had a clean feel even among convenience store mara foods. It's not very spicy at first, is it? I felt that, but after a while, the spiciness came up smoothly. Note that it can be quite spicy for people who don't like spicy food! Is the spiciness spicier than Shin ramen and slightly less spicy than fried bulgogi noodles? I think it would be a good idea to try it when you want to eat a hot mara meal.
The biggest advantage of Chunstorang seems to be that you can directly eat mouth-watering food while watching TV. Overall, it was fine because there were no foods that I would greatly regret buying and eating for money, but they were so delicious that I didn't have much to buy twice or thrice. Hehe, depending on the person, I'll keep eating it if it suits my taste, but it was a good food to try at least once! Hope to have even more delicious food next time!