They’ve combined layers of soy, shiitake, sesame oil, garlic and ginger with their fresh cooked Hokkien noodles for a quick and healthy meal that’s ready in just two minutes. Topped with tofu, carrots, and spinach, you’ll be sure to enjoy this vegetarian alternative.
- Noodles - wheat flour, water, tapioca starch, salt, wheat gluten, lactic acid, beta carotene.
- Sauce - reduced sodium soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt, alcohol, vinegar, lactic acid), cane syrup*, water, rice wine, roasted sesame oil, onion*, cornstarch, garlic, natural flavour, ginger, shiitake mushroom*, garlic*, black pepper.
- Toppings - tofu (soybeans, magnesium chloride and/ or calcium chloride)*, carrot*, corn*, spinach*, scallion*.
Margaret: more than a year ago
Great when you're not able to do much cooking for whatever reason -- sickness OR just plain old laziness-- taste is OK.
I agree that it would benefit from the addition of some fresh vegetables; all meals would ! However if you're buying for convenience, this is a good product.