Tag Archives: sopa

Meet The Manufacturer: #2343: Nissin Maxi Sopa Nissin Cuchareable Sabor A Jugo De Carne

Meet The Manufacturer: #2343: Nissin Maxi Sopa Nissin Cuchareable Sabor A Jugo De Carne - Mexico - The Ramen Rater

Ready? Set? Beef! Here again are the spoonable noodles, this time with a beefy flavor. Let’s give this cup a try! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #2342: Nissin Sopa Nissin Sabor A Camaron Sopa Instantanea Tipo Ramen

Meet The Manufacturer: #2342: Nissin Sopa Nissin Sabor A Camaron Sopa Instantanea Tipo Ramen

Here’s the third of the pillow pack varieties of Nissin Mexico’s Sopa Nissin line. Pink! Shrimp! Let’s give it a try! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #2339: Nissin Cup Noodles Sopa Nissin Sabor Camaron, Habanero Y Limon

Meet The Manufacturer: #2339: Nissin Cup Noodles Sopa Nissin Sabor Camaron, Habanero Y Limon - Mexico - The Ramen Rater

Here’s the second of the Nissin Mexico fiery hot Habanero line. Habanero peppers are definitely not to be messed with; I’ve made hot sauce a few times using them. The worst was when I hadn’t used rubber gloves and later in the day rubbed my eyes – burned really good even after multiple hand washings! Yeah – no fun. But, they deliver a great heat – let’s give this shrimp variety a try! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #2333: Nissin Maxi Sopa Nissin Cuchareable Sabor A Pollo

Meet The Manufacturer: #2333: Nissin Maxi Sopa Nissin Cuchareable Sabor A Pollo - Mexico - fideos instantanea

Here we have a big cup of noodles! I did a little translation on this one for you – ‘maxi’ means ‘big,’ ‘sopa’ means ‘soup,’ ‘cuchareable’ means ‘spoonable,’ and pollo means chicken.  Basically, this is a chicken noodle soup one can enjoy with a spoon instead of a fork. Got it? Let’s check it out! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #2332: Nissin Sopa Nissin Sabor A Res Sopa Instantanea Tipo Ramen

Meet The Manufacturer: #2332: Nissin Sopa Nissin Sabor A Res Sopa Instantanea Tipo Ramen - Mexico - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

I had always thought carne meant beef but I was wrong. Turned out carne means meat and res means beef – always learning something new about the world through the instant noodle and doing translations! Let’s check out this beef flavored instant noodle from Mexico! ...see full post