Nissin All-in Noodles Sesame Dandan Soba (3 Pack)

Spicy instant noodles three-cup pack

US$ 44

When you've been in the instant noodles game as long as Nissin - and no one has been longer than Nissin, since the company literally invented this type of food - you need to, well, spice things up to keep them interested. The noodles in the Nissin All-in Noodles Sesame Dandan Soba are one such effort and a very successful one, too, combining classic Japanese wheat noodles with hot dandan sesame soup. The result is an amazing combination of Chinese and Japanese flavors.

Nissin All-in Noodles Sesame Dandan Soba (3 Pack)

It isn't only about taste, though: the Nissin All-in Noodles Sesame Dandan Soba's target is 21st-century consumers who, in Japan as much as anywhere else, care a lot about the nutritional value of what they eat. So the company has worked hard to pack in each easy-to-prepare, just-add-hot-water-and-wait-six-minutes cup all the vitamins, proteins, fat, and carbohydrates you'll need for your day. Each of these cups takes care of meals on three nights when you're too tired to cook but you also don't want another plate of junk food!

The Nissin All-in Noodles Sesame Dandan Soba features:

  • Set of 3 noodle cup packs
  • Ingredients: Japanese wheat-flour noodles, vegetable protein, egg powder, vegetable oils and fats, dietary fiber, salt, yeast, sesame paste, sugar, soy sauce, salt, starch syrup, Chinese cabbage, pepper, red pepper, etc.
  • Energy (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 574 kcal
  • Protein (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 30.8 g (1 oz)
  • Fat (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 33.1 g (1.1 oz
  • Carbohydrates (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 42.8 g (1.5 oz)
  • Dietary fiber (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 9.1 g (0.33 oz)
  • Salt equivalent (1 serving, 133 g / 4.6 oz): 3.6 g (0.1 oz)
  • Takes 6 minutes to prepare
  • Instructions: Japanese (but easy to make)

US$ 44

US$ 44