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No MSG Kurata Vegan Shoyu Ramen

$7.95
One of a kind (Vegan) Ramen produced by Kurata Japan The soup is has mellow shoyu soy sauce flavor and the dried noodle has well chewy texture. The soup does not contain any fish, meat products however the taste is superb. It is also non MSG so it is a healthy choice. 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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Igarashi Seimen Spicy Shoyu Flavor Ramen
五十嵐喜多方旨辛ラーメン

$4.95
Igarashi Seimen are experts in making quality ramen in different local speciality styles, and this Tokyo style spicy soy sauce ramen is no exception. This Tokyo style spicy soy sauce ramen has the authentic spicy umakara flavor and  umami broth of soy sauce, onion, garlic and bamboo shoots. 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.
Itsuki tokyo shoyu ramen
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Itsuki Tokyo Yuzu Shoyu Ramen
五木 東京しょうゆ

$6.90
Itsuki Tokyo Yuzu Shoyu Ramen - its broth has both the fragrance of soy sauce and a deep, rich flavor. Like shio ramen, the broth is made from chicken bones (“torigara”) and seafood products; some restaurants may also add other ingredients like pork bones ("tonkotsu”). Itsuki Foods is a ramen specialist from Japan. The land of ramen is nothing short of discerning consumers who only go for the best and Itsuki Foods is up there on our list. Enjoy the taste of Tokyo at the comfort of your Home! Cooking instructions Cook noodles in 500ml of boiling water and stir to separate the noodles. Cook for about 2 minute and 30 seconds. Stir in soup mix. Serve in a ramen bowl and add garnishing (eg. spring onions) to taste.
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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.
Nissin Tokyo Shoyu Ramen
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Nissin Tokyo Shoyu Ramen
日清東京醤油ラーメン

$2.50
Nissin Tokyo Shoyu Ramen has its history dates back to old ramen shops in Tokyo. Tokyo style ramen usually consists of slightly thin, curly noodles served in a soy-flavoured chicken broth. Now you can enjoy the traditional Tokyo Shoyu Ramen at your own home. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 450ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 1 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. 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.