Friday, July 12, 2019

Vegan-friendly Fortune Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles Review | Hot and Spicy Flavor

Since deciding to eat a vegan diet for the love of animals and for spiritual reasons I cook at home even more. When I am in the grocery store I tend to look for new vegan products to try. This time I saw Fortune noodles in the refrigerator section of my local Ralphs and decided to pick up a few. For lunch, I prepared some Beyond Meat Italian Sausages and had some veggies and decided to add those to the noodles too as recommended on the packaging. I used to enjoy hot and spicy noodles so that's the one I purchased by Fortune. Everything you need is in the packaging, but I recommend that you add your favorite vegetables, etc, to make it your own.

In the video below, I share how I prepared the Fortune noodles and there is a surprise guest who decided to drop in on the kitchen action :D

My Review

  • I liked the texture of these noodles and they retained their consistency after I stir fried them in a pan. The directions give you microwave instructions as well. However, I do not like to use microwaves too often. 
  • The hot and spicy packet of seasoning is intense, so it lived up to the 'hot and spicy,' but it blended well with the noodles and everything I added to it. 

Since preparing these in the video, I have purchased the Fortune Yakisoba Stir Fry Hot and Spicy noodles again and I still love them. They had a fatter noodle with mushrooms I think, but I did not like the fatter noodles so much. There are a number of varieties by Fortune and they appeared to be all vegan-friendly, so give them a try if they are in your local supermarket. 

I give them a 4 out of 5 stars because I can customize them to my liking by adding different vegetables and vegan meat alternatives.


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