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Miyakoichi Futo Udon, Tanuki-Udon 670g

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Best Before Date: 24-01-2022

Miyakoichi Futo Udon, Tanuki-Udon 670g

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What makes Miyakoichi Futo Udon, Tanuki-Udon 670g different

Myakoichi Futo Udon noodles come with soup and a fried egg, and since they are made with LL noodles, they last for a long time without needing to be refrigerated. It is very easy to make. You can add additional ingredients such as green onions to make it even more delicious.


Volumen
670g

Energie
546KJ/130kcal

MHD
24.01.22

Brand
Miyakoichi
ITEM ID: NN-1953
Food » Noodles » Udon Noodles
Nikan Bestseller-Ranking: Nr. in Food (Sehen Top 100 in Food)
Nr. in Noodles > Udon Noodles
Ingredients

Wheat flour, baking powder, soya sauce, bonito stock, seasoning, fermented seasoning, kelp powder, dextrin, crystal sugar, salt, sugar, vegetable oil, corn starch, flavor enhancer E621 (monotarium glutamate)
Allergen information: wheat, soybeans, dry bonito

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 546KJ/130kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
1.6g
0.1g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
24.2g
21.1g
Protein 4.9g
Natrium (Salt) 2.3g
Imfortant Information

Product packaging, specifications and price are subject to change without notice. All information about the products on our website is provided for information purposes only. Please always read labels, warnings and directions provided with the product before use.

Circulation Carrier

Interburgo Netherlands BV, Vareseweg 1, 3047 AT Rotterdam
SSP Konsumgueter Trade & Consult GmbH, Philipp-Reis-Straße 15 B3/B4, 63128 Dietzenbach
Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

ITEM ID: NN-1953
Food » Noodles » Udon Noodles
Nikan Bestseller-Ranking: Nr. in Food (Sehen Top 100 in Food)
Nr. in Noodles > Udon Noodles
Ingredients

Wheat flour, baking powder, soya sauce, bonito stock, seasoning, fermented seasoning, kelp powder, dextrin, crystal sugar, salt, sugar, vegetable oil, corn starch, flavor enhancer E621 (monotarium glutamate)
Allergen information: wheat, soybeans, dry bonito

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 546KJ/130kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
1.6g
0.1g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
24.2g
21.1g
Protein 4.9g
Natrium (Salt) 2.3g
Imfortant Information

Product packaging, specifications and price are subject to change without notice. All information about the products on our website is provided for information purposes only. Please always read labels, warnings and directions provided with the product before use.

Circulation Carrier

Interburgo Netherlands BV, Vareseweg 1, 3047 AT Rotterdam
SSP Konsumgueter Trade & Consult GmbH, Philipp-Reis-Straße 15 B3/B4, 63128 Dietzenbach
Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

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Udon Noodles in Korea und Japan

In the olden days in Japan, it was very common that Japanese eat meals only two times a day. Then, in the Edo period, the light was spread and people stayed later than before, and after that, started to have a snack after breakfast and dinner.

It is said that this nightmarish dinner has become now. Even after eating three meals a day, the hours of awakening increased due to the development of technology, and people started eating even after midnight. Udon is loved as one of those in-between meals and many Japanese people love udon for various reasons such as "It is easy to eat because it is warm and chewy, and it is easy to eat because it is not too heavy, and it is perfectly enough when slightly hungry." Udon is characterized by its soup and noodles, warm broth warms the frozen inside, and the chewy noodles stimulate appetite.

Though fewer Japanese people eat udon than ramen, it is still one of the most important Japanese foods. Interestingly, Udon is popular in western Japan, rather than in eastern Japan, and often in the Kansai region. There are many kinds of udon noodles in each region, such as udon noodle soup, curry udon, pork noodle noodle, Instead of pasta, there are various udon noodles such as marbled noodles with udon noodles, stew noodles and so on. Meet a variety of Japanese traditional udon at NikanKitchen!

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Miyakoichi Futo Udon, Tanuki-Udon 670g

Miyakoichi Futo Udon, Tanuki-Udon 670g

Myakoichi Futo Udon noodles come with soup and a fried egg, and since they are made with LL noodles, they last for a long time without needing to be refrigerated. It is very easy to make. You can add additional ingredients such as green onions to make it even more delicious.

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