This one I got at a large Indian grocery in Bellevue a month of so ago. I had a couple from this line waaay back – a Pani Puri and a Manchurian one. This one sounds pretty good to me – also curious how must of the hot sour I’ll enjoy as I’m going to bet this sucks up almost all the liquid. Anyways, let’s see!
Here’s an import sticker (click image to enlarge).
Detail of the side panels (click image to enlarge).
Here’s the lid (click image to enlarge). To prepare, pull back lid halfway and add boiling water to line and reclose lid. Let steep for 3 minutes and stir. Enjoy!
Here’s a shot of the contents of the cup. There’s no sachet – the flavoring is included in with the noodles. I did see a piece of corn as well.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added coriander, corn and sweet onion. The noodles are thin and very crumbly. The little broth has a nice tomato flavor which is definitely Indian-inspired. The veggies ended up coming out quite decently – corn, carrot and french beans were nice and had a fresh feel and weren’t mushy. 3.25 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8901014004621.
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Here’s a Nissin India TV spot for their Smooth Top Ramen!