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Tohato Tyrant Habanero Spicy Rice Cracker

$3.95 $2.85
These rice cracker are a reincarnation of pepper chilli with a transformation into ring-shape. They are super spicy (for me, at least). But those who are living on the edge may find them barely a challenge. Challenge your friends to try out this mischievous, hot & spicy chilli pepper snacks, but beware, you have been warned!  
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Golden Duck Sichuan Mala Hot Pot Fragrant Mix
金鸭四川麻辣火鍋豆皮脆

$13.50 $12.50
Buy one and get a small one free Called the Sichuan Mala Hot Pot Fragrant Mix, the 108-gram bag consists of fried fish skin, beancurd skin and a medley of mushrooms including straw, oyster and shiitake mushrooms. The snack is made from up to 19 ingredients including Sichuan peppercorns, chillies, and fennel. This new creation, according to The Golden Duck, required the team to go through a “meticulous process”. In order to understand the origins of mala, the team spent half a year visiting several cities in China to study the Sichuan cuisine as well as how to make mala in its traditional form.

Golden Duck Chilli Crab Seaweed Tempura
金鸭辣椒螃蟹天妇罗

$13.50 $11.95
Buy one and get a small one free Golden Duck is a famous Singapore brand created by a team of dedicated snackologists. This exotic chilli crab snack rides on Singapore's national dish - Chilli Crab. For those from south East Asia and missing Chilli Crab, now you can enjoy the taste of Chilli Crab without wrestling with crabs during dinner time. What we love about this snack is that it is spiked with bits of crabmeat, crab stick, chilli flakes and dried coriander that make it so flavourful.
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‘For the Hot Pot Lover’ Box

$22.40 $20.95
3 x MALA HOTPOT SNACKS This is for the Mala Hot Pot lover. If you can't get enough of spicy and numbing Mala Hot Pot, at least you can now have it even as a snack. This is the perfect Santa Snacks Box for the Mala Hot Pot Lover!
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Acecook Soup Dark vinegar Sour Soup

$4.95
The best-selling cup soup brand in Japan. The dark vinegar sour soup that is made with the spiciness of the white pepper and the nuttiness of sesame oil finished with small egg ribbons floating on top
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Maggi Curry Noodles (Kari Cili Api)

$1.35
It always baffles me why Australia does not sell the Curry version of Maggi Noodles. This is just as good, if not even better, than Maggi's Chicken Flavour instant noodle cousin. If you are after affordability and a kick of curry, you must give this a try. It is like a staple food in Malaysia and Singapore.
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Nissin Cup Noodles (Mala)

$4.95
This “hot and numbing” mala flavour has a proprietary recipe which includes Sichuan pepper, chilli, garlic, ginger and lots of other ingredients to achieve its fiery, tingling broth. The spice level has been pegged as “da la”, or very spicy.
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Acecook Soup Tantan Flavour
スープ担担味

$4.95
It has been 15 years since the release of "Soup Harusame" series, the best-selling cup soup brand. The umami taste of ingredients is brought out by its well-seasoned soup. The Tantan soup that is made with pork, broad bean chili paste, and sweet sesame paste in miso base. Powdered soybeans that have good mouthfeel, flavorful sesame, green onion, and red pepper are also added in the ingredient.
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Dried Beancurd (Back Papper)
老滷豆干 (黑胡椒)

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Pepper)
老滷香辣豆干

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Dried Beancurd (Mala)
老滷麻辣薄片

$3.99 $3.35
What's a healthier alternative to potato chips? These dried beancurb! Soybean is a good source of protein, has zero cholesterol, and makes for one great snack. These tradition snacks manufactured with the traditional method to create the original taste.
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Acecook Egg Soup
蛋花湯

$4.95
The best-selling cup soup brand in Japan. This soup sample and super tasty. It made with onion and vermicelli finished with small egg ribbons floating on top
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Lay’s Pototo Chips – Pure Spicy Hot Pot
乐事大波浪薯片牛 油麻辣鍋味

$4.69
Are you ready for a SPICY Challenge? Take your favourite MALA hotpot everywhere you go, with this latest Lay's innovation. It is HOT in taste and HOT in popularity. They are hard to get and fly off shelves really FAST!
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Eureka Curry Popcorn

$6.95
If you’re in a hurry for curry, find me! I put the “CRUNCH” in curry, and taste to be happy!
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Eureka Wasabi Popcorn

$6.95
"Whoever touches me, will feel the spice. Whoever tastes me, will be sweating for more!" This is soooooooooooo... good. Not your usual flavour expected of popcorn but I have to say that I am really sweating for more of this snack. "Nobody does popcorn like Eureka!" I can only agree with that. Eureka sells popcorn that are literally the best in the world. I will repeat that. They sell the best popcorn in the world. This is a rising brand in the snack world for a very good reason. Buy one today and try. I guarantee that you won't be disappointed. What's more they come in so many different flavours!
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Haitai Shindangdong Rice Cake Topokki Snack

$5.95 $5.35
Are you a topokki lover? This is something you must try! These chips taste like spicy tteokbokki, complete with crunchy texture. Slightly sweet, with a hint of heat at the end, give them a try if you intrigued about tteokbokki in the form of snacking chips! Love them!
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Herbs Soup)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Sauce)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Sukiyaki)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Pepper Hot Pot Flavour Rice Crust
傻二哥藤椒火鍋味鍋巴

$4.95
A very trending snacks in Asia Crispy rice crisps with pepper hot pot flavour which similar to mala.
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Nissin Korean Hot Chili Chicken Fried Noodle

$2.50
The Nissin Korean Hot Chili Chicken Noodle was Nissin’s attempt to tap into the Samyang hot chicken ramen market in Korea. 

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Tseng Noodles Scallion with Sichuan Pepper Flavor
曾拌麵香蔥椒麻味

$15.95
The dry noodle brand "Zeng Noodle" launched by artist Zeng Guocheng was highly praised after its launch. 
Among them, this "scallion pepper" taste won the first place in Taiwan's pasta evaluation in 2016! The scallion oil blended with Yunlin authentic red onion and it is also full of flavor and aroma of other spices like Sichuan peppercorns and onion finally the thick noodles which is quite chewy!
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Tseng Noodles Spicy Sichuan Pepper Flavor
曾拌麵麻油椒香味

$15.95
The dry noodle brand "Zeng Noodle" launched by artist Zeng Guocheng was highly praised after its launch.
Specially selected thick wavy noodles for better chewines sand strength. It use vegan sesame oil instead of original scallion oil for more fragrance and smoothness. 
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Samyang Buldak Hot Chicken Flavor Sauce (Carbonara)
불닭소스

$7.25
CAUTIOUS!! IF YOU CANNOT HANDLE SPICY FOOD THEN DONT BUY! SUPER SPICY BUT SUPER FLAVORFUL AND DELICIOUS!! You can basically use this for anything. Rice, noodles, meat, fish, seafood. Whatever you want but my favorite is adding to noodles so far! The flavor is so good, possibly one of the best sauce made in this world with a perfect balance of flavor and spice.