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#3383: Nissin Miojo Lamen Sabor Frango Assado Com Toque De Limao – Brazil

#3383: Nissin Miojo Lamen Sabor Frango Assado Com Toque De Limao - Brazil

Here’s another Brazilian variety from a reader – thanks again!! This one’s roast chicken with a touch of lemon – sounds good to me – let’s give it a go! ...see full post

#3371: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Sabor Estrogonofe De Frango – Brazil

#3371: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Sabor Estrogonofe De Frango - Brazil

I was initially very confused by this one but it seems to have fallen in place with a little translation from Google. Chicken stroganoff flavor! What a unique one here! Never have I seen a stroganoff instant before. Let’s give it a go! ...see full post

#3350: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Costela Barbecue – Brazil

#3350: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Costela Barbecue - Brazil

I really like it when readers send me a ton of varieties from somewhere I’ve never been able to get them before. This is one of those! I know there’s lots of cups and other brands out of Brazil to try as well. Brazilian varieties have very savory flavors, centering mostly on meat. This one’s barbecued ribs flavor! Let’s check it out. ...see full post

#3344: Nissin Miojo Lamen Sabor Frango Com Alho – Brazil

#3344: Nissin Miojo Lamen Sabor Frango Com Alho - Brazil

Brazil certainly has a myriad of flavors and instant noodles reflect those very nicely. This one, garlic chicken, sounds really good! I’d better get some chicken defrosting. Let’s check out these noodles sent by a reader! ...see full post

#3326: Nissin Miojo Nissin Lamen Hot Sabor Galinha – Brazil

#3326: Nissin Miojo Nissin Lamen Hot Sabor Galinha - Brazil

I was told a while back that Brazilians don’t go all in for ultra spicy and that this range does have varieties that are spicier than others, but not super duper spicy. Either way, this sounded like a good one for today, so here we go. ...see full post

#3310: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Sabor Molho De Queijo – Brazil

#3310: Nissin Miojo Cremoso Sabor Molho De Queijo - Brazil

Here’s another one from a reader in Brazil – thank you very much! So from translation, it sounds like this is a cheese sauce noodle. It mentions ‘menos agua’ which means ‘less water,’ probably meaning this will have a thicker broth/sauce. Let’s give it a try! ...see full post