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Marutai Kumamoto Style Tonkotsu Ramen
マルタイ 熊本バークシャー黒豚とんこつラーメン

$6.90
Kumamoto Tonkotsu ramen has a rich garlic flavor combined with a gentle sweet ramen broth. The included mayu (black garlic oil) is what Kumamoto ramen is known for which is perfect for enjoying with a bowl of ramen. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water to boil in a pot. Add the ramen and cook for 3 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add soup mix. Add in other ingredients or garnishing as you would like. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Kurume Noukou Tonkotsu Ramen
マルタイ 久留米濃厚とんこつラーメン

$6.90
Kurume Tonkatsu Ramen is generally thicker than ramen from Hakata. It has a stronger pork broth taste. This is likely due to history as the ever-popular Tonkatsu ramen actually originates from Kurume city. Kurume Ramen are also slightly thicker than Hakata Ramen which means they take a slightly longer boiling time. Suitable for 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water to boil in a pot. Add the ramen and cook for 3 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add soup mix. Add in other ingredients or garnishing as you would like. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Hokkaido Asahikawa Soy Sauce Ramen
マルタイ 北海道北海道旭川醤油ラーメン

$6.90
Do you want a piping hot bowl of ramen noodle with miso soup base, buttery corn on top? Marutai has introduced a Hokkaido Asahikawa Soy Sauce Ramen that is raved by ramen fans who wanted a change from the usual tonkatsu soup base. I love how light this soup base is and how ease you can make this on your own at home. Each packet contains 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 550ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 5 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Hokkaido Sapporo Miso Ramen
マルタイ 北海道札幌味噌ラーメン

$6.90
Do you want a piping hot bowl of ramen noodle with miso soup base, buttery corn on top? Marutai has introduced a Hokkaido Sapporo Miso Ramen that is raved by ramen fans who wanted a change from the usual tonkatsu soup base. I love how light this soup base is and how ease you can make this on your own at home. Each packet contains 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 550ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 5 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Hakata Nagahama Tonkotsu Ramen
マルタイ 博多とんこつラーメン

$6.90
A delicious Hakata Nagahama-style pork bone soup prepared by adding onions etc. to pork extract and cooking over high heat, adding white pepper, grit and roasted sesame seeds, and then adjusting the taste with soy sauce. The package includes seasoning oil that brings out the feeling and richness of the pork bone cooking. Serves 2. Cooking instructions Bring 470ml of water to boil in a pot. Add noodles and cook for 2 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add soup mix and seasoning oil. Stir well. Add ingredients or garnishing of your choice. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Kagoshima Style Tonkotsu Pork Stock Ramen
マルタイ 鹿児島バークシャー黒豚とんこつラーメン

$6.90
Kagoshima is located in the southern-most parts of the Japanese island of Kyushu. It is the only area of Japan where the relatively rare Berkshire black pig is bred. These pigs yield succulent, flavoursome pork meat which is perfect for enjoying with a bowl of ramen. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water to boil in a pot. Add the ramen and cook for 3 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add soup mix. Add in other ingredients or garnishing as you would like. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Saga Gyusio Ramen
マルタイ佐賀牛塩ラーメン

$6.90
Do you want a piping hot bowl of ramen noodle with miso soup base, buttery corn on top? Marutai has introduced a Saga Gyusio Ramen that is raved by ramen fans who wanted a change from the usual tonkatsu soup base. I love how light this soup base is and how ease you can make this on your own at home. Each packet contains 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 550ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 5 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Oita Chicken Shoyu Ramen
大分鶏がら醤油ラーメン

$6.90
It is a chicken soy sauce soup that one does not get tired while eating. As the flavour is very light. The soup base has the flavor of bonito and kelp based on the broth made from chicken broth and soy sauce. Oita Prefecture Yuzu peel powder is included to add to the flavor of the soup. Serves 2. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water (for one serve) to boil in a pot. Add in the noodles and cook for 3 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup mix. Add in garnishing or ingredient of your choice. Before eat, add in the Yuzu peel powder to taste. Ready to eat.
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Marutai Miyazaki Torishio Ramen
宮崎鶏塩ラーメン

$6.90
A deep chicken salt soup based on Miyazaki Prefecture chicken extract, adding chicken oil and pork oil to produce richness, and flavoring with sesame oil and bonito sections. Suitable for 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water (for one serve) to boil in a pot. Put the ramen into the pot and cook for 3 minutes. Remove from stove and add the soup mix. Add garnishing to taste. Ready to serve.
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Marutai Nagasaki Agodashi Shoyu Ramen
長崎あごだし入り醤油ラーメン

$6.90
A light soy sauce soup with plenty of seafood, made with pork, chicken, sardines, kelp, scallops, scallops, tuna and other ingredients based-chin powder. The soup mix is made using charcoal grilled chin from Nagasaki prefecture. The noodles are medium-sized, non-fried and the texture is firm. When you reached the bottom of the bowl, you will taste the chin powder. Suitable for 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring 500ml of water to boil in a pot. Add the ramen and cook for 3 minutes. Remove the pot from the stove and add the soup base. Add garnishing or ingredients as you like. Ready to serve.