Ramen noodles are a Japanese noodle, often simmered in a rich stock to give the famous Japanese dish 'ramen'. There are 26 different recognised types of ramen noodles in Japan – some wavy, some flat, some thinner than others. This variety of ramen noodles is the most commonly found outside Japan.
It can be difficult to track-down ramen noodles, and these packets of pre-cooked ramen noodles are a great find for connoisseurs of Japanese cuisine. The servings of ramen noodles are individually packaged. Simply add to a simmering broth a few minutes before serving, allowing the noodles to heat through.
Ingredients: Water, wheat flour, tapioca starch, salt, soybean oil, thickener (sodium alginate E401), acidity regulator (sodium hydrogen carbonate E500ii), acidity regulator (Lactic acid (L-, D- and DL-) E325), colour (gardenia yellow E164) Contains gluten, soya, wheat.
Size: 3 x 180g packs
Best before: 26 June 24
Minimum shelf life: 1 month
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How are ramen noodles different from normal noodles?
There are numerous varieties of noodles, from udon to vermicelli and soba. What makes ramen noodles different from other noodles is their key ingredient. Ramen noodles are made with kansui – also known as lye water – which is an alkaline water containing sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate. Kansui is sometimes substituted for eggs but it’s best if this special water is sourced as it gives ramen noodles their unique springiness and yellow-ish hue.