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Annie Chun's Soup Bowl
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Yum Yum for Tom Yum! 

That’s what you’ll be saying after you’ve tasted this delectable Thai broth made with a complex combination of authentic Asian fish sauce, ginger, garlic, chili, and lime. To that, Annie Chun's has added premium, fresh cooked Hokkien noodles that are eager to mingle with bok choy and shiitake mushrooms, making this a delicious treat perfect for warm or cold days.

Ingredients:
  • NOODLES - WHEAT FLOUR, WATER, TAPIOCA STARCH, SALT, WHEAT GLUTEN, LACTIC ACID, BETA CAROTENE.
  • SOUP BASE - FISH SAUCE (CURED ANCHOVY, SALT, WATER), RED CHILI GARLIC (RED CHILI PEPPER, DISTILLED VINEGAR, GARLIC, SALT), CANE SYRUP*, ONION*, LIME JUICE CONCENTRATE, SEA SALT, CANOLA OIL, MUSHROOM EXTRACT* (MALTODEXTRIN, MUSHROOM, SALT), GINGER, TAMARIND, YEAST EXTRACT, GARLIC PUREE (GARLIC, CITRIC ACID), SHRIMP EXTRACT* (SHRIMP, SQUID, CORN STARCH, COD FISH, SALT), NATURAL FLAVOR.
  • TOPPINGS - SCALLION*, MALTODEXTRIN, BOK CHOY (CHINESE MUSTARD)*, DEEP-FRIED TOFU (SOYBEANS, SOYBEAN OIL, MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE AND/OR CALCIUM CHLORIDE)*, RED CHILI PEPPER*, SHIITAKE MUSHROOM*, GUAR GUM.
*DEHYDRATED. PRODUCT MANUFACTURED IN A FACILITY THAT USES PEANUTS.
STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. AVOID DIRECT SUNLIGHT.

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Darlene: more than a year ago

It tastes great to me!


cindy: more than a year ago

Did not like this at all


SY: more than a year ago

Doesn't taste authentic but is still delicious, and doesn't taste instant at all.

Dar: more than a year ago

This soup is really good and left-overs are great the next day.


Darlene: more than a year ago

I love this soup!!!


Vh: more than a year ago

This does not taste like the real thai tom yum.

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