It’s time for Autumn, and for us that means a new range of seasonal and regional ramen to curated and prepare for you! Discover this first Fall box with anniversary edition, original Pokémon ramen and more delicious noodles from all over Japan!
Allergens: egg, dairy, wheat, sesame, mackerel, soy, chicken, pork, gelatin Flavor: Tonkotsu Cooking time: 5 minutes Some of the best, and rarest, instant ramen in Japan are usually those made in collaboration with a restaurant! This cup is even more, since Sugakiya is at the same time a restaurant chain, and the producer of this cup. This results in a conveniently packaged version of Sugakiya’s famous Negi Ramen (ネギラーメン) from Nagoya. 🏯 The group is celebrating its 60th anniversary, and that’s 60 years of expertise in crafting delicious meals in their restaurants, and package them for your home! The noodles are satisfyingly chewy, paired with a lovely soup that has the accents of chili oil (ラー油) and chili peppers (唐辛子), true to the original recipe. It’s appetizing, refreshing, and a solid cup of instant noodles. 🍜 How to cook: 1. Remove half of the lid and take out three bags. 2, Open the Char-siu pork over the noodles, pour boiling water up to the indicated line, cover, and place the liquid soup on top of the lid to warm. 3, After 5 minutes, loosen the noodles well, add the liquid soup and another bag, stir well, and enjoy.
Allergens: wheat, dairy, chicken, soy, sesame Flavor: Creamy gratin Cooking time: 3 minutes If you’re familiar with the classic Chicken Ramen (チキンラーメン), the very first of all instant ramen produced by Nissin, then you’re in for quite a surprise. We know that Nissin likes to innovate, but we didn’t expect them to come out with this! Here’s their Japanese take on western cuisine, a Showa era (昭和) inspired Chicken Ramen. The Showa period (1926–1989) was one of economic growth and prosperity, during which Japan started important a lot of foreign cuisine, adapting it to their own taste. This Chicken Ramen was turned into a creamy gratin, with the flavor of charred cheese and the sweetness of roasted onions, for a creamy experience. 😋 How to cook: 1. Remove half of the lid and take out the powder soup bag. 2, Pour boiling water up to the indicated line and cover. 3, After 3 minutes, loosen the noodles well, add the powder soup, stir well, and enjoy.
Allergens: wheat, dairy, sesame, soy, chicken, pork Flavor: Green onion & Salt Cooking time: 3 minutes Do you like spices? This cup is for you. Acecook went big for their 35th anniversary of Super Cup (スーパーカップ), and they used just as many spices for this delicious serving of yakisoba. It’s perfect for those last few days of summer, with refreshing flavors of lemongrass, rounded noodles that are a perfect match for the sauce and all those unique aromas. 🍋 The seasoning has a solid salt base, together with a mix of chicken, pork, and garlic. They opted for something simple so that the 35 spices could really do their job and magnify all the flavors. All of them have been blended in an original furikake (ふりかけ) that’ll leave you a lovely aftertaste in your mouth. The dish is topped with fragrant sesame, a sprinkle of green onions, and red pickled ginger. How to cook: 1, Remove half of the lid and take out two bags. 2, Pour boiling water up to the indicated line, and cover with the lid. 3, After 3 minutes, peel off the drain opening, hold the cup firmly, and slowly invert it to discard the hot water through the drain opening. 4, Peel off the lid, pour in the liquid soup and seasoning, and mix well.
Allergens: wheat, egg, dairy, shrimp, pork, chicken, soy, sesame Processed in a facility that also processes buckwheat Flavor: Tonkotsu Cooking time: 3 minutes Charumera (チャルメラ) is a classic series from Myojo, but this one is a flavor we’ve been wanting to add to your box for a while. It’s part of a range of local flavors, and for this original cup, they picked Kumamoto (熊本), a charming city in Kyushu famous for their mascot Kumamon, as their inspiration for this recipe. Tonkotsu is originally from Kyushu, with several variations popular on the island. This version is a relatively like take on the usually heavy Tonkotsu dish, and has a dash of “ma oil” (マー油), prepared with charred garlic and leaving you with lots of aromas. How to cook: 1. Remove half of the lid and take out two bags. 2, Open the powder soup over the noodles, pour boiling water up to the indicated line, and cover. 3, After 3 minutes, loosen the noodles well, add the seasoning oil, stir well, and enjoy.
Allergens: wheat, egg, dairy, soy, chicken, pork Flavor: Consomme soy sauce Cooking time: 3 minutes Sapporo Ichiban re-released their classic Consommé Soy Sauce instant ramen in a new Pokémon collaboration. ⚡ The dish is simple, taste, well-balanced and comes with the umami of chicken! Even the noodles are slightly seasoned so that every slurp bring you some flavors. On the topping side you’ll find some cabbage, minced meat, onions and carrots 🥕 What’s new, is the original Pokémon packaging and a new series of stickers to collect! Keep them safe, they might be worth gold in the future!
Allergens: wheat, egg, dairy, shrimp, pork, chicken, soy, sesame Processed in a facility that also processes buckwheat, crab, and peanuts Flavor: Miso Cooking time: minutes The ultimate Miso Ramen. Strengthened with the aroma of stir-fried vegetables, this dish has a pleasant flavor! 🍜 It’s a very colorful cup, with tasty green chives, poppy green corn the creamy soup! This cup shines in the quality of its simplicity. A lot of makers are often focused on coming up with super original recipes, but sometimes, all we want is a yummy classic cup of noodles. Pro-tip: after finishing your noodles, add some rice to turn the remaining soup into a quickly made risotto! 🍙 How to cook: 1, Take seasoning oil bag. 2, Remove half of the lid, pour boiling water up to the indicated line, and cover. 3, After 3 minutes, loosen the noodles well, add the seasoning oil, stir well, and enjoy.
Allergens: wheat, egg, dairy, shrimp, soy, pork, chicken, sesame, fishes Flavor: Shoyu (Tien Shinhan style) Cooking time: 4 minutes This ramen is something new and unique! Tokushima Seihun (徳島製粉) is a very local ramen producer in Shikoku, and it’s rare for their ramen to be available elsewhere in Japan. 🗾 Inspired by a traditional Chinese dish, Tenshinhan (天津飯), which is usually prepared with rice, but in this case, with noodles: hence the name Tenshinmen (天津麺). Kinchan Noodle (金ちゃんヌードル) are smooth and chewy round noodles paired with a sweet soy sauce based soup made with chicken, shiitake mushrooms, and oysters. It also contains seasoned egg, fish paste, and green peas! 🍥 How to cook: 1. Remove half of the lid and take out two bags. 2, Open those two bags over the noodles, pour boiling water up to the indicated line, and cover. 3, After 4 minutes, loosen the noodles well, and enjoy.