I was at the store the other day and looking in the ethnic section. As it turns out, they’ve got a Kosher section and lo and behold, I find something I’ve not reviewed before. Indeed, there are a lot of Kosher instant noodles out there. So, what makes something Kosher? Here’s some info from wikipedia:
Today’s the last of the Tasty Bite Meet The Manufacturer. Pad Thai! Sounds good to me – let’s check it out.
Winding down this Meet The Manufacturer. Tiday’s the next to last – been good stuff thus far! Let’s check out the Kung Pao!
Onward and upward with Meet The Manufacturer! My wife is home today and she loves mushrooms – thought I’d share this one with her. Let’s check it out!
Happy Memorial Day! Today, my son Andy picked which one I’d review – he just turned 8 years old yesterday! Thai Basil is up – let’s check it out.
Alright so here we go with another Meet The Manufacturer! I’ve never tried anything like this; it takes one minute to cook in the microwave – a pretty lofty claim. It looks good from what’s on the front. Let’s check it out!
These two boxes showed up a couple days ago…
Here are the samples I’ll be reviewing! Six different fvarieties of noodle dishes that can be cooked in the microwave in one minute!
Recently, I was contacted by a company wanting to take part in Meet The Manufacturer called Tasty Bite. I’d never heard of them before, which piqued my curiosity. They recently came out with a line of noodle products that only take a minute to cook in the microwave – not bad! Here’s my email interview with Meera Vasudevan, one of the co-founders of Tasty Bite. Enjoy!
It’s amazing; can go to a supermarket nearby and find something new! This one’s a Kosher instant from Tradition. It also looks to be vegetarian. I was asked if I could mention if an instant contained meat products or not, so I think I’ll be doing that.
Not sure, but I don’t think I’ve ever had a green cup of noodles. Oh wait – I think the Mushroom & Chicken Pot Noodles was green… anyways, here’s a green colored, Kosher cup noodle by Tradition.
It’s been a while since I reviewed a Kosher instant noodle! Usually they’re pretty good. Let’s give this a try. By the way Kosher instant noodle company: I think Matzo Ball Ramen would be an extremely huge hit.
Here’s some more kosher aisle ramen. This stuff was previously purchased but never reviewed. Why?
Here’s another of the kosher noodles sent to me by Michael M. of Staten Island, NY. This one’s vegetable – kind of a strange flavor. Carrot? Celery? Zucchini? Acorn squash? What kind of vegetable? It has to be something tasty… Well, let’s check it out.
Here’s another one sent to me by Michael M. from Staten Island, NY – thanks again, man! As I mentioned before, he found a few of them on the kosher aisle of a grocery store and sent them my direction. The last review I did was imitation chicken flavor. This one’s chicken flavor. I looked at the ingredients and don’t see any chicken… Hmm… Well, let’s try it out.
A big thank you goes out to Michael M. from Staten Island, NY who sent a nice box of noodles he found down the kosher aisle at his local grocery store. He’s been a fan of the site for a while now and really saved my ass when he noticed that the domain www.ramenrater.com wasn’t doing anything and the site was dead! Thanks!!!
Here’s something new – was blown away that I hadn’t noticed it before. This is kosher ramen! It’s made in Canada for a company in Los Angeles called Tradition…