My son’s favorite instant noodles of all time are (drumrolls please), Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor. It’s about as domestic as you can get. I’ll admit I like it a lot too – basic noodles and decent chicken broth. He does let me make him stuff that’s a little more adventurous from time to time. Today’s going to be one of those days.
We decided we’ll be making breakfast, lunch and dinner for my wife today! For breakfast, he helped me make apple turnovers and scrambled eggs with diced ham and cheese curds. He’d never tried a cheese curd before and liked it a lot – they’re garlic ones and really tasty! Gonna do up noodles for lunch a bit later (actually when you see this, lunch will have been the day before). He’s getting some beef noodles! Let’s check ’em out.
Here’s the side panels (click image to enlarge). Contains beef. To prepare, add soup base and garnish sachet contents in the bowl and add boiling water to the fill line. Re-cover and let steep for 4 minutes. Add in paste and stir. Enjoy!
Here’s detail of the lid (click image to enlarge).
The noodle block.
The soup base sachet.
The beet varieties have an interesting acidity to their scent, somewhat akin to tomato.
A liquid sachet.
Has a strong beef scent.
The garnish sachet.
A nice little mix.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added green onion, mung bean sprout, peas, carrot, coriander and beef and onion sauteed with garlic salt and basil. The noodles were a little wider gauge – almost like South Korean ramyun but not that thick. There were a lot of them too. The broth has a very well rounded beef taste which worked well. The vegetables hydrated pretty well. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.EAN bar code 8888279600037.
Here’s something that can be gotten here in the United Staes by Nissin – the Souper Meal! This is a big beefy bowl of noodles!
A commercial for Nissin’s Premium Instant Noodles.