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Igarashi Seimen Kitakata Shoyu Ramen, Soy sauce taste 105g

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Igarashi Seimen Kitakata Shoyu Ramen, Soy sauce taste 105g

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what makes Igarashi Seimen Kitakata Shoyu Ramen, Soy sauce taste 105g different

Kitakata soy sauce ramen is one of the three major ramen in Japan. Refreshing soy sauce soup that stands out. It features flat noodles that are not fried in oil, but are aged at low temperatures for 48 hours.

Ingredients

noodle (wheat flour, water, acidity regulators: E501, E500, E399, E452 and E450, table salt).
Soup base (soy sauce (37%) (water, defatted soybeans, wheat, table salt), hydrolyzed soy protein, water, sugar, table salt, vegetable oils (rapeseed oil, corn oil, sesame oil), flavor enhancers: E621 and E631, alcohol, thickener: E1422, seaweed extract ( Kelp, alcohol), onion, Chinese coal extract, fermented seasoning (wheat, table salt, dextrin), garlic (garlic, soy protein), ginger (ginger, table salt, starch), pepper, bamboo shoot powder (bamboo shoots, table salt)).

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1180KJ/282kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
2.4g
0.39g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
54.7g
3.9g
Protein 1002g
Natrium (Salt) .5.5g
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Product packaging, specifications, BBD 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.

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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)

Ingredients

noodle (wheat flour, water, acidity regulators: E501, E500, E399, E452 and E450, table salt).
Soup base (soy sauce (37%) (water, defatted soybeans, wheat, table salt), hydrolyzed soy protein, water, sugar, table salt, vegetable oils (rapeseed oil, corn oil, sesame oil), flavor enhancers: E621 and E631, alcohol, thickener: E1422, seaweed extract ( Kelp, alcohol), onion, Chinese coal extract, fermented seasoning (wheat, table salt, dextrin), garlic (garlic, soy protein), ginger (ginger, table salt, starch), pepper, bamboo shoot powder (bamboo shoots, table salt)).

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1180KJ/282kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
2.4g
0.39g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
54.7g
3.9g
Protein 1002g
Natrium (Salt) .5.5g
Important Information

Product packaging, specifications, BBD 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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Ramen Noodles in Korea und Japan

Loved by Koreans and all around world! Ramen, which is a perfect combination with Kimchi and Korean radishes, can be easily cooked by anyone.

Cup noodles are by far the most popular item in Japanese convenience stores! There are even many tourists who buy cup noodles as a souvenir in Japan. Instant noodles are made with noodles boiled once and fried for cooking later time. Nowadays, instant noodles, loved by both Korea and Japan, are said to be invented by Ando Momofuku, a Taiwanese Japanese in Japan after the end of World War II. At that time, there was a lot of wheat flour as a relief item from the US Army.

The first instant noodles were chicken ramen noodles made on the island of Shinshu Shokusan, the predecessor of the Nissin food industry. The early ramen became more popular since then and it is now mostly served in a package and the instant cup. Enjoy a variety of delicious ramen at NikanKitchen!

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