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Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Modified Potato Starch, Salt, Beef Seasonings, Monosodium Glutamate, Dehydrated Vegetables (Green Onion, Mushroom, Carrot), Red Pepper, Sugar, Soy Sauce Powder (Hydrolyzed Soy Protein And Corn Gluten, Maltodextrin, Salt), Spices (Black Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Ginger), Soy Bean Paste Powder (Soybean, Maltodextrin, Salt), Red Pepper Seed Oil, Potassium Carbonate, Oleoresin Capsicum, Oleoresin Paprika, Corn Flour, Ginger, Sodium Carbonate, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate, Sodium Metaphosphate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Sodium Phosphate, T-Bhq, Tocopherol, Sodium Pyrophosphate, Riboflavin Color. Contains Wheat And Soy. Manufactured In A Facility That Also Processes Egg, Milk, Fish And Shellfish. Directions: Boiling: 1. boil 19 1/2 fl oz of water. Add noodles, soup base And vegetable mix. 2. cook for 4-5 minutes. Remove from heat or microwave And serve. Microwave (1000w): 1. add soup base And vegetable mix into a microwaveable bowl, then add noodles on top. 2. put 17 1/2 fl oz of water. 3. place a microwaveable cover on the bowl. Cook for 7 minutes. If you use hot water, cook for 4 minutes. Cooking times may vary depending on microwaves. Try with your favorite vegetables.
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This ramyun is amazing.
Due to a lazy parent, (please don't get up in arms, parents who do what they can to keep their kids alive. Read more
These are always good. Order some for the office, and we have for lunch great taste.Published 14 months ago by vivienne britton
It's NOT the original "Hot Spicy" Korea Shin Ramyun noodles imported from South Korea which taste great, it IS the pity-spicy Nong Shim noodles made in local.Published 17 months ago by F. LEE
This is the only Ranyun noodle I like, though I like spicy soups. There is no competition in my view.Published 19 months ago by Midwestern Mad Man
We paid extra for this as it was advertised that it originated in Korea. What we got when we purchased it was made in USA soup. Save your money and buy it for $1. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Magdalena Mosbo