Bag of Instant Yakisoba Sautéed Noodles, Thai flavor, NISSIN
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|Energy||821 KJ /196 Kcal|
|wich Sugars||2.9 g|
Sachet of instant stir fried Yakisoba Thai flavor, NISSIN
Ingredients: Noodles 82.8%: wheat flour, palm oil, salt, flour treatment agents E500, E451, stabilizer E501, thickener E412, antioxidants E306.
Seasoning sauce 16.5%: Sugar, water, rapeseed oil, hydrolyzed vegetable proteins, salt, curry powder, tomato powder, flavors (flavor enhancers E627, E631, wheat, soy) flavor enhancers E621 and E635, spices, vinegar, color (ordinary caramel and curcumin), acidity regulator (citric acid, garlic oil).
May contain traces of celery, crustaceans, fish, milk, molluscs, mustard and sesame.
Bring 250 ml of water to a boil. Break the noodles to reduce them to an ideal length.
Cook the noodles and vegetables in water for 2 to 3 min, until the water is completely evaporated.
Add the seasoning sauce to the noodles, mix well, fry until the water is completely evaporated.
One of the staples of Japanese cuisine is noodles, like rice. There are several kinds such as soba, udon, or somen which include traditional Japanese noodles, and ramen or yakisoba which have been influenced by Chinese culture.
Yakisoba (literally cooked soba noodles) are not made with soba noodles but made with wheat. These noodles traditionally originating in China are most often sautéed with vegetables and meat and then coated with a thick, slightly sweet sauce, Yakisoba sauce.
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