KITAKATA SOY SAUCE RAMEN INSTANTANÉS

Ramen noodles are very popular in Japan. They are usually eaten fresh. The region of Fukuoka is very well-known for its mobile food stands along the streets where you can pick up something to eat on the go.

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Kitakata Soy Sauce Ramen are one of three most famous ramen types in Japan. The medium-fine, wavy noodles are dried and matured at low temperature for 48 hours without being fried in oil. These ramen stand out because of their clear, fresh aroma and delicious soy sauce flavour which goes wonderfully with texture of the thick, sticky noodles. Preparation is simple - tip the ramen noodles into 550 ml boiling water and cook for 5 minutes. Then add the contents of the dehydrated broth sachet, taking care to dilute the contents while stirring. Remove from the heat and stand for 2 mins before enjoying.

  • Ingredients : Ramen ingredients: wheat flour, water, salt, acidifiers E500 - E501 - E451i, anti-oxidant E339ii, emulsifiers E452i - E450 Broth ingredients: soy sauce (soya, wheat, salt), hydrolysed soy protein, water, salt, vegetable oil (rapeseed, corn, sesame), flavour enhancers E621 - E635, sugar cane and tapioca alcohol, thickener E466, kombu extract (kombu, sugar cane alcohol), onion, Chinese cabbage extract, seasoning (wheat, salt, dextrin), garlic powder (garlic, soya), ginger flavour (ginger, salt, apple starch) potato starch, sweetener E420, vitamin C, sugar cane alcohol), bamboo shoot powder
  • Packaging : 1 sachet : ramen 70 g, broth 35 g
  • Storage : Store away from light and humidity
  • Origin : Fukushima, Japan
  • Allergenics : wheat, soya, corn, sesame
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 292 kcal (1237 kJ) ; fat 2,3 g, of which saturates 0,27 g ; carbohydrate 57,9 g, of which sugars 2,6 g ; protein 10 g ; salt 5,68 g.

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KITAKATA SOY SAUCE RAMEN INSTANTANÉS

KITAKATA SOY SAUCE RAMEN INSTANTANÉS

Ramen noodles are very popular in Japan. They are usually eaten fresh. The region of Fukuoka is very well-known for its mobile food stands along the streets where you can pick up something to eat on the go.

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