April 1, 2012

#696: Meet The Manufacturer – Nissin Big Cup Noodles Spicy Chicken Flavor

Here’s a new one from Nissin – Spicy Chicken Big Cup Noodles. Let’s give it a try!

Here’s the info from the side panels (click image to enlarge).

These noodles are definitely different. No packet – no detectable veggies. What’s great is they’re almost like potato chips or those Pik Nik shoestring potato snacks in a way if you try then uncooked.

Finished (click image to enlarge). This was a quick one, but that’s because it’s very simple and to the point. You add room temp water up to the line, microwave for a few minutes and after a minute of cooling, you’re good to go. No packets – just add water and cook. So let’s start with the ‘spoonable noodles.’ They’re great – like a cross between rice noodles and egg noodles texture-wise. There’s plenty of them too. The broth was very nice too – had a little thickness to it and the flavor was chickenny and lightly spicy.  If you’re looking for spicy habanero heat, don’t look here. Pretty good stuff – convenient and fast. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC barcode 070662030455 .

Looks like King is what they call it in Japan!

Or they call it Big there, too!

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

2 thoughts on “#696: Meet The Manufacturer – Nissin Big Cup Noodles Spicy Chicken Flavor

  1. Kim

    Going to order these I think. Maybe I have an unrefined palate but I prefer chicken, beef, etc flavored noodles over seafood. I want to like the seafood ones, since I do enjoy seafood but it seems to me the only way the manufacturer can get ” seafood” across is ” fishy” and I just can’t get past that.

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