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#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Here’s another leftover from the KOKA Meet The Manufacturer series I did a little while back. Chicken flavor sounds pretty safe – I mean, who doesn’t like chicken except vegetarians? Let’s give this chicken flavor variety a try!

KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles – Singapore

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block and vegetable sachet to 450ml boiling water and cook 2~3 minutes. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

The noodle block.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

A dual sachet.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Powdered base.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Oil.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

The vegetables sachet.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Looks like most cabbage and corn.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added baked chicken, fried onion and Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts. The noodles are excellent – great quality and nice chew. The broth is a very good chicken – light on the oiliness and has a nice kind of homemade taste although a little on the salty side. The included vegetables hydrated well. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8888056000272.

#2506: KOKA Delight Chicken Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater

Instant Non Fried Noodles (S p i c y  S e s a m e  Flavour) – 3oz [Pack of 6]

People taking part in a KOKA cooking event.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

I’ve always found that sesame seeds get stuck in my teeth. Yeah, they do. However, I still like them. I think I like pretty much anything sesame – especially sesame oil. I also like spicy things. Sounds like a slam dunk here but I suppose we will have to see.

This is one of the Delight varieties. No palm oil, no added MSG and the noodles are baked, not fried. What’s interesting too – usually baked or air dried noodles are not ones you can take out of the package a try straight. Indeed, they’re usually quite hard and would possibly bust your teeth! These however are not that way. You can try them and chew them up raw. Also, they’re significantly lighter in weight than a fried noodle block. Let’s check out this Spicy Sesame variety!

KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles – Singapore

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Says ‘Suitable for Vegetarians’ on the packaging. To prepare, add noodle block to 450ml boiling water and cook 2~3 minutes. Add in sachet contents. Stir and enjoy!

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

The noodle block.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

A dual sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

A light powder.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

A seasoned oil.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

The garnish sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2453: KOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Cabbage, chilli flakes and coriander.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added coriander, Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, shredded chicken and sesame seeds. The noodles in this are great – plump and robust. Indeed, they have a slightly stronger backbone than your average instant, but not so much chewier it’s unwelcome. The broth is excellent – a very detectable sesame oil taste with a good punch of heat. The included garnish worked well. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 8888056000241.

Instant Non Fried Noodles (S p i c y  S e s a m e  Flavour) – 3oz [Pack of 6]

A short video showing people participating in a KOKA cooking activity.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

Black pepper flavor is popular in Singapore. Indeed, black pepper crab is one of those signature dishes over there. Moreover, it makes sense with it’s location – here’s some on the history of the spice from Wikipedia –

Pepper is native to South Asia and Southeast Asia and has been known to Indian cooking since at least 2000 BCE.[16] J. Innes Miller notes that while pepper was grown in southern Thailand and in Malaysia, its most important source was India, particularly the Malabar Coast, in what is now the state of Kerala[17] Peppercorns were a much-prized trade good, often referred to as “black gold” and used as a form of commodity money. The legacy of this trade remains in some Western legal systems which recognize the term “peppercorn rent” as a form of token payment for something that is in fact being given.

The ancient history of black pepper is often interlinked with that of long pepper, the dried fruit of closely related Piper longum. The Romans knew of both and often referred to either as just “piper”. In fact, it was not until the discovery of the New World and of chili peppers that the popularity of long pepper entirely declined. Chili peppers, some of which when dried are similar in shape and taste to long pepper, were easier to grow in a variety of locations more convenient to Europe.

Before the 16th century, pepper was being grown in Java, Sunda, Sumatra, Madagascar, Malaysia, and everywhere in Southeast Asia. These areas traded mainly with China, or used the pepper locally.[18] Ports in the Malabar area also served as a stop-off point for much of the trade in other spices from farther east in the Indian Ocean. 

Let’s check out this variety!

KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles – Singapore

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains fish and crustacea. To prepare, add noodles to 300ml boiling water and cook 2~3 minutes. Remove from heat and add powder and oil Stir. Finally, sprinkle garnish on top and enjoy!

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

The noodle block.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

A dual sachet/.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

A light powder.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

Oil.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

The garnish sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2451: KOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui - instant noodles

Fried onion, bell pepper and coriander.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts and coriander. The noodles come out nicely – good gauge and chew. A lot of the time, a ‘healthier’ noodle isn’t as good as the regular, but this is one case in which it’s just right. The flavor is definitely a black pepper with a little spiciness to it. The included garnish adds a very nice crispy crunch and is a perfect accompaniment. This is very impressive to me. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 8888056000234.

Koka Spicy B l a c k  P e p p e r (Non-Fried Noodles), 85-Grams (Pack of 24) by Koka

A TV spot for KOKA Noodles

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Today we have one I have had the export version of in the past. This however, is the local Singapore version. One thing to note for the Vegetarian crowd is that these have that little box with the green circle inside. There’s two kinds – the green circle or the red circle. Green means suitable for Vegetarians and red means not suitable. Also, they’re steamed and not fried, and to top it off, there’s no added MSG, something people are always interested in. Well, let’s get started with this tomato variety from KOKA!

KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles – Singapore

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Bears the green circle – suitable for Vegetarians. To prepare, add noodle block to 450ml boiling water and cook for 2~3 minutes. Add sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Here’s the noodle block – significantly light in weight than it’s fried brethren.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

The soup base sachet.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

A very light powder with a tomato scent.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

A sachet of dehydrated vegetables.

Meet The Manufacturer: #2449: KOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Tat Hui

Looks like carrot and chives for the most part.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added spring onion. The noodles are of an excellent gauge. Moreover, they have a nice chew and bounce to them – plus they’re not fried. The broth has a very nice tomato flavor to it – very much like a fresh tomato bisque. So much so, I wonder how this one would be with maybe half milk half water. The included carrot, bell pepper and chive garnish hydrated nicely and the carrots had a nice crunch to them! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8888056000265.

Koka Noodles T o m a t o Flavour – 85g x 4

A TV spot for KOKA Non-Fried Noodles

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

I’m reviewing this on March 14th and it’s actually my birthday today! I just got done doing a really big project on spicy noodles and though maybe it would be nice to do a review of something curry. I was looking through the samples and saw this one and realized I do have laksa leaves in my fridge so I’d better review it. So, what’s Laksa Singapura? Wikipedia has this to say –

Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup in the Peranakan cuisine.[1][2] Laksa consists of rice noodles or rice vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in spicy soup; either based on rich and spicy curry coconut milk, or based on sour asam (tamarind or gelugur). It can be found in Malaysia,[3] Singapore, Indonesia[4] and Southern Thailand.[5]

Laksa is a food blend of Chinese and Malay culture. Singapore Laksa Lissio using 11 kinds of fresh herbs are formulated specially chosen by professional chefs and has been tested both locally and abroad. Interestingly, only here you can choose yourself of carbohydrates for laksa, noodles can, fried flat rice noodles or noodles. The contents of Singapore Laksa Lissio consists of slices of fresh fish, crunchy bean sprouts, boil eggs, chicken eggs, and tofu, which are then doused with coconut milk that is hot, and delicious.

I should note the second paragraph above was translated from Malay. So, yeah let’s give this one a try!

KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles – Singapore

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains fish. To prepare, add noodle block to 450ml boiling water and cook for 2~3 minutes. Add in seasoning sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

The noodle block.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

A dual sachet/.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

Powder soup base.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

Seasoned oil.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

A coconut powder sachet.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

Has a nice coconut scent.

Met The Manufacturer: #2445: KOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried Noodles - The Ramen Rater - Singapore - Tat Hui Foods

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts,tau pok, laksa leaf and chilli powder. The noodles came out nicely – good gauge and chew to them. The broth has a great taste – a little fish taste, a little creaminess from the coconut milk and a hint of spiciness. 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 8888056000289.

Koka, Instant Noodles, L a k s a   S i n g a p u r a  Flavour, 90 g (Pack of 5)

A presentation about KOKA noodles.

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

Another package from Tat Hui? What could this be? Let’s find out!

Product Samples From Tat Hui 2 – Singapore

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

Hey a poster (click to enlarge)! Gotta go get this laminated for the Wall Of Fame!

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

Tshirts (click to enlarge)!

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

A shopping bag (click to enlarge)!

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

This is awesome (click to enlarge). This is a tin showing a hawker selling noodles! But what’s inside?

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 2

Looks like the full line of KOKA Delight varieties (click to enlarge) – plus chopsticks and a little guide to them all. This was a really great surprise – thank you very much!

Meet The Manufacturer: Product Samples From Tat Hui 1

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

This big box was sent by the folks at Tat Hui, makers of KOKAS brand instant noodles in Singapore. A few years ago, I saw an article in a news feed about KOKA products at a trade show in the United States and it hit me: maybe I should contact the guy they mentioned. I also thought maybe I could interview him and ask some questions about instant noodles. This is how the whole Meet The Manufacturer concept was born.

This is the 15th year of The Ramen Rater and I thought why not do a new Meet The Manufacturer with Tat Hui. These are all non-export items, unlike the original which were all ones found in the United States. Let’s take a look at what they sent!

Tat Hui Product Samples 1 – Singapore

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

Under the lid: a box!

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

Not just one box (click to enlarge) but three!

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

Pack versions (click to enlarge) and couple of cups.

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

Creamy (click to enlarge) varieties in cups.

Meet The Manufacturer: KOKA Product Samples - Singapore - The Ramen Rater - Instant Noodles - tat hui

More cups and rice noodle bowls (click to enlarge). Thank you very much – looking forward to trying them all!

Meet The Manufacturer: Interview With Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd.

Meet The Manufacturer: Interview With Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd.

Interview With Tat Hui * Product Samples From Tat Hui 1 * Product Samples From Tat Hui 2KOKA Signature Chicken Flavor Instant NoodlesKOKA Silk Spicy Marinara Instant Rice FettuccineKOKA Delight Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant Non-Fried NoodlesKOKA Creamy Soup With Crushed Noodles Curry FlavorKOKA Signature Stir-Fry Original Flavor Instant NoodlesKOKA Seafood Flavor Instant NoodlesKOKA Delight Tomato Flavor Instant Non-Fried NoodlesKOKA Purple Wheat Noodles Chili & Lime FlavorKOKA Delight Spicy Black Pepper Flavor Instant Non-Fried NoodlesKOKA Signature Laksa Singapura Flavor Instant NoodlesKOKA Delight Spicy Sesame Instant Non-Fried NoodlesKOKA Silk Beef Pho Flavor Instant Rice FettuccineKOKA Creamy Soup With Crushed Noodles Sweet Corn FlavorKOKA Signature Spicy Singapore Fried Noodles Instant NoodlesKOKA Instant Noodles Chicken Satay Flavour

I found the KOKA products on Instagram recently and thought hey – it’s the 15th anniversary of The Ramen Rater, I thought I should try and reach out and see if they’d like to do a Meet The Manufacturer. They did a while back – they were the first company to do one actually! Back then, I reviewed export versions available in the United States. This time around, they’re varieties sold in Singapore. I had the chance to interview the Marketing Team of Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd.

Interview With Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd. – Singapore

THE RAMEN RATER> Thank you for taking part in Meet The Manufacturer! To start the interview, can you tell me about the history and founding of Tat Hui?

TAT HUI> The founder of Tat Hui Foods Pte Ltd, Mr Lim Hi Lay laid the first foundations to
KOKA in 1985. He was eager to share the rich culture and unique character of
Singaporean cuisine with the rest of the world through his humble instant noodles. Our
products were first introduced to Asian grocery markets in the US, Europe, and Australia,
followed by mainstream market exposure in Europe and the Middle East.

TRR> What was the first product you manufactured?

TAT HUI> KOKA Original Instant Noodles. This is the range that continues to be the most popular amongst overseas markets.

TRR> Your headquarters are in Singapore. What is life like there?

TAT HUI> The air-conditioning is constantly on in our office, given the heat and humidity in
Singapore. In this office, you’ll find a considerable proportion of employees who’ve been with us throughout the years, the old guard if you will, working with new blood to
constantly keep up with the ever-changing needs of consumers today.

TRR> Can you tell us about the different varieties of noodles you make?

TAT HUI> We have six different ranges available: Original, Signature (No MSG), Delight (Nonfried, No MSG), Silk (Rice Noodles), Purple Wheat and Creamy Soup.

TRR> How many noodle products do you produce every year?

TAT HUI> On average, we produce around 320 million packs every year.

TRR> Do you make varieties suitable for Vegetarians? Vegans?

TAT HUI> Yes, we do have noodles suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans. If you’re interested in a particular flavor, just refer to the packaging or visit our website:
http://www.kokanoodles.com/ to confirm that it is appropriate for vegetarians/vegans.

TRR> Why the name Tat Hui?

TAT HUI> Tat Hui is derived from the company’s name in mandarin : 达辉 which can be translated as ‘to achieve brilliance’.

TRR> Why the name KOKA?

TAT HUI> KOKA is derived from our brand name in mandarin (可口, meaning delicious); it is a
play on the phonetic pronunciation in mandarin – which is pronounced something like
kuh-kouw.

TRR> Many of your products are non-fried. How are they produced then?

TAT HUI> Our non-fried noodles go through a steaming and baking process instead of the
conventional way of deep frying the noodle cakes. This enables us to provide consumers
with an alternative which is much lower in fat content.

TRR> What kind of noodles do you use in your products? What are the differences between
them?

TAT HUI> We have traditional instant noodles, wholegrain noodles, purple wheat noodles and rice noodles.

TRR> What are the benefits of the purple noodles you produce?

TAT HUI> In addition to being lower in fat, KOKA Purple Wheat Noodles provide 3 times more
antioxidants than red grapes. These antioxidants are known as anthocyanins, which is naturally present in purple grains.

TRR> How does your noodle making process differ from other instant noodle
manufacturers?

TAT HUI> The way we do our fried noodles is similar to other brands but we are using a different process when it comes to our fat-free noodles which has a softer and smoother texture. This in turn, will also reduce the cooking time for our consumers.

TRR> Is the purple noodle process different from other instant noodles you produce?

TAT HUI> Our Purple Wheat noodles are non-fried and steam-baked, just like our Delight range.

TRR> A lot of people are concerned with their sodium intake. How would you recommend
people enjoy your product and do you take this into consideration during production/R&D?

TAT HUI> Yes, we have to take this into consideration during R&D. If people want to restrict their
sodium intake, they can further reduce the amount of seasoning they add into the noodles
and we would encourage them to add more vegetables or fish for a well-balanced meal!

TRR> Does your company involve itself with local community or participate in charities?

TAT HUI> Yes, we do sponsor charities and various events every year, like overseas disaster relief, non-profit organizations such as Lions Clubs Singapore, various churches and the less fortunate in Singapore.

TRR> Are there any new products coming soon?

TAT HUI> We launched Koka Creamy Soup not long ago; it comes in 6 different flavours:
Mushroom, Chicken, Hot & Sour, Vegetable, Curry and Sweet Corn.

TRR> In what countries are your products popular? Do people enjoy them differently in
different places?

TAT HUI> Our products are popular in over 40 countries around the world, including Europe,
Middle East, Asia and Australia. We often have people emailing us to let us know how much they love our noodles! Yes, we do notice that everyone enjoys their noodles differently; People in Western countries like their noodles dry whereas in Asian countries, they enjoy their noodles either dry or with a full bowl of soup. We have shared some creative and tasty creations from fans around the world on our Facebook and Instagram as well. Do search for #KokaMoments 😉

TRR> When you make noodles for yourself, what do you like to add to them to make them
extra special (garnish, etc)?

TAT HUI> We asked around in the office and we got some really interesting answers for you!
Mun Hin – Vegetables (especially carrots) and a dash of pepper
Kat – All types of vegetables!
Nat – Vegetables, tofu and eggs
Ms Leow – Fresh vegetables and eggs
Feng Lan – Seafood (Especially with Tom Yum flavor instant noodles)
Sharon – IKEA meatballs and a braised egg

THE RAMEN RATER> Thank you for this opportunity for myself and my readers to learn more about Tat Hui and KOKA products!