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Ajinomoto Oyakata Ramen Miso, Miso flavour 89g

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Ajinomoto Oyakata Ramen Miso, Miso flavour 89g

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what makes Ajinomoto Oyakata Ramen Miso, Miso flavour 89g different

Ajinomoto Oyakata Ramen Miso Flavor offers a rich taste of the soup due to soy paste miso with distinctive spices: ginger, black pepper and chilli.

Preparation with a pot:
1. In a pan boil 450 ml water. Add noodles.
2. Boil the noodles for 3 minutes.
3. Add seasonings.
4. Stir, serve and enjoy straightaway!

Preparation without cooking:
1. Crush noodles into a bowl, add seasonings from the sachet. Pour over with 450 ml of hot water.
2. Cover and leave for 3 minutes.
3. Stir, serve and enjoy straightaway!

Ingredients

Instant noodles 82%: wheat flour, palm oil, modified starch, salt, raising agents (sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate). Seasoning blend 18%: soy miso paste powder 25% (soy beans, rice, salt, barley flour, barley malt), flavor enhancers: E621, E635; maltodextrin, milk lactose, salt, soysaucepowder (soybeans, wheat, maltodextrin, salt), sugar, garlic, pork extract powder, vegetable protein hydrolysate, ginger, black pepper, palm oil, chives, color: E150c; chili.

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1699kJ/408kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
18.2g
9.6g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
49.9g
5.3g
Protein 10.1g
Natrium (Salt) 4.2g
Best before date : 31.12.2022

The actual best before date of the shipped product may vary depending on stock availability.

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

Kim´s Asia Import - Export GmbH, Talstraße 114, 41516 Grevenbroich
Panasia De Handels GmbH, Robert-Koch-Straße 1A, 63128 Dietzenbach

Ingredients

Instant noodles 82%: wheat flour, palm oil, modified starch, salt, raising agents (sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate). Seasoning blend 18%: soy miso paste powder 25% (soy beans, rice, salt, barley flour, barley malt), flavor enhancers: E621, E635; maltodextrin, milk lactose, salt, soysaucepowder (soybeans, wheat, maltodextrin, salt), sugar, garlic, pork extract powder, vegetable protein hydrolysate, ginger, black pepper, palm oil, chives, color: E150c; chili.

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1699kJ/408kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
18.2g
9.6g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
49.9g
5.3g
Protein 10.1g
Natrium (Salt) 4.2g
Best before date : 31.12.2022

The actual best before date of the shipped product may vary depending on stock availability.

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

Kim´s Asia Import - Export GmbH, Talstraße 114, 41516 Grevenbroich
Panasia De Handels GmbH, Robert-Koch-Straße 1A, 63128 Dietzenbach

1 10€
FREE Standard Delivery within Germany except islands on orders over 60€. Details
89g = 1,10 €
inc. tax plus shipping costs
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You will receive it on approx. Fri, 07 - Sun, 09 October if order within 23 hrs 53 mins.

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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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