Annie Chun's Soup Bowl Miso Description
Fresh Cooked Udon Noodles with Tofu and Scallions in a Blend of Rich Miso
100% Al Natural Ingredients
No Preservatives • No MSG Added
Low Fat • Dairy Free • Vegan • Fish/Shellfish Free
Ready in 2 Minutes
A Japanese Classic
Any meal in your favorite Japanese restaurant isn't complete without a delightful bowl of miso soup. We've taken this classic favorite and paired it with premium, fresh cooked udon noodles along with scallions, tofu, and spinach to make the meal complete. This delicious miso broth is the result of a combination of creamy white miso with hearty, full-bodied red miso, creating a perfect blend of flavors. Miso is also known to be healthy - what else can you ask for? Our only request is that you slurp your noodles if you're enjoying yourself.
Microwave Cooking Directions:
Place noodles in bowl and pour a cup of hot water over the noodles to soften and loosen.
Using lid, drain water from noodles.
Add soup base and toppings to noodles then add 1 to 1¼ cups of water.
Cover loosely with lid and microwave on high for 90 seconds, until noodles are hot. (Caution! Bowl will be hot after microwaving.)
No microwave? Add 1 to 1¼ cups boiling water to soup base, toppings and noodles. Cover with lid and let stand 2 minutes.
Easy ways to create an even more flavorful soup:
• Add chopped shiitake mushrooms
• Mix in diced tofu for added protein
• Mix in chopped zucchini or other fresh vegetables for a more filling meal
Preservatives, added MSG, dairy, fish and shellfish.
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Annie Chun's Miso Noodle Soup -- 5.4 oz
Delicious instant miso
I don't think I could ever get sick of this and I have been eating this almost on a daily basis for over two years now. It is very delicious and super easy to make. The plastic bowl with lid makes it easy to carry to work or wherever you need a quick light meal. I say light meal because it's not as filling as a full entree but that's why this is a soup and not an entree. It is definitely great with half a sandwich or a few leftovers from last night's dinner.
January 30, 2012