One Pan Nissin RAOH Shoyu Whole Grain Instant Ramen Stir Fry Soup Recipe and Review
Hey everyone! This is a pretty cool instant ramen hack from the folks at Nissin Japan that uses their deluxe RAOH noodles (that are reduced fat too as they are air dried). I’ve reviewed other RAOH brand noodles before, mainly as bowl noodles, but not their whole grain foil packaged variety. This is an extra special review as I will show you the cooking process for a ramen bowl with some stir-fried toppings like they would do in Osaka or Yokohama. Making noodles this way works pretty good, but you’ll need to size your frying pan or pot to make sure you can accommodate two packages of noodles, the stir fry ingredients, and the soup.I start with the Nissin RAOH Shoyu flavour instant noodles. These are good quality, air dried noodles that have more nutrients and fibre than their regular noodles, and are reduced fat at 6.3 grams. All good stuff and it just gets better.
Front of the package of RAOH Shoyu Whole Grain noodles.Back of the package with manufacturing,…
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