It's been decades since Japan first came up with instant noodles in the 1950s. They remain popular but companies continue to introduce new flavors and styles each year to keep up people's interest in this staple. The inventor of the Cup Noodle in the early 1970s, Nissin remains one of the biggest presences in the crowded market, so it's no surprise that it recently decided to adapt its concept for a classic of Western food: pasta. And that's how the Nissin All-in Pasta Bolognese came to be, offering all Italian food lovers a quick and delicious alternative to cooking their own meals!
Open the lid, take out the sauce bag, add hot water, wait for six minutes, strain the water, and add the sauce. That's all there is to it. Yes, the Nissin All-in Pasta Bolognese only asks that you know how to boil water! With just that "skill," you can have a delicious, nutritious serving of meat sauce spaghetti. Feel free to add some grated cheese and enjoy a very Japanese, non-Japanese meal!
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