Instant Noodle Soep

Instant Noodle Soep

Noodle Lovers | Many different kind of Noodle Soups

Noodle Lovers

 

Instant Noodle soup is a variety of soups with noodles and other ingredients served in a light broth. Noodle soup is well known meal as breakfast, lunch or dinner in East and Southeast Asia. The type of noodles range from rice noodles, rice vermicelli, mungbean noodles (gluten free) & egg noodles.

 

My advice to fill your belly more as you cook in instant noodle is to add: Chinese vegetables, meat, fish, chicken and/ or (fried) egg. And as toppings fried onions and the side as prawn crackers (krupuk) or emping.

 

You have the options put as veggie: paksoi, shanghai paksoi, choi sam or any veggie you prefer. 

 

For the meat: 

- beefballs (baso)*

- wanton (shrimp or pork)*

- fishballs (baso)*

- sliced of Spam

- Sliced of Char Siu (roasted red pork)

 

*only available package as frozen in Asian food store

 

 

Let’s have a look what varieties of noodle soup are in the market.

 

Indonesia

 

There are two well-known brands in Indonesia: Indomie & Sedaap

Indomie is well-known international product. Sedaap is also cool product as well know local, but the brand is trying to achieve to go international. The taste of both brands have similar taste, but also slightly different. Personal I prefer the stir-fry noodle sedaap version above the indomie brand, because of the awesome taste. But Indonemie has more variety flavors from here till Tokio (it is a expression in Dutch).

 

 

This brands has both variety of noodle soup & stirfry (mi goreng is dry noodles without the soup). 

Flavor: Veggie, chicken, chicken onion, chicken onion, soto, shrimp, stiry regular, spicy, rendang & satay. 

 

Click here for Sedaap <----

Click here for Indomie <----

 

A funny video of 5 ways to eat indomie mie goreng

 

 

Thailand

 

Thai instant noodle soups have a lot of variety spicy and sour flavor. Yum Yum and Mama are the popular brands. Yum Yum is familiar to the western market. But Mama is local popular brand in Thailand and global. However, Mama has stronger, more flavors, more original Thai taste and a bit spicier than Yum Yum noodles. Yum Yum is great product for people who like noodle are in light broth soup with a twist of Thai food flavor. 

 

Flavor: Veggie, Chicken, Shrimp, Tom Yum, Duck, Beef, Pork, Sour & Spicy etc. 

Both brands have a variety of rice noodles, rice vermicelli, mungbean noodles (gluten free) & egg noodles.

 

Yum Yum €0,40 per piece and Box (30 pieces) € 9,50 --> Click here for Yum Yum

Mama €0,40 - €0,55 per piece and Box (30 pieces) van € 11,00 - €13,95 --> Click here for Mama brand

 

Korea

 

Korean is noodle soup is mostly spicy noodle soup and it is bigger package than the other instant noodles soup. Nongshim is good brand of instant noodles with high quality standard. Shin Ramyun & Neoguri (spicy seafood) is popular flavours in our store. Check the website their company story and their products http://www.nongshimusa.com/en/

 

Nongshim have a great website with recipe & ideas for quick dinner or tasty lunch.  Check it out  http://www.nongshimusa.com/en/recipe-ideas/

 

Cooking direction Shin Ramyun

 

 

We have bowl or cup noodles & package version in our store.

We have bowl or pack size in our webshop. It is from €0,99 per piece. Click for the product

 

Japan

 

Lastly we have the Saimin. Saimin is a compound of two Chinese words, meaning sai, thin, and min, meaning noodle. Saimin is a noodle soup developed in China and developed by different immigrant groups in Hawaii. Inspired by Japanese ramen, Chinese mein, and Filipino pancit, saimin was developed during Hawaii's plantation era. It is a soup dish of soft wheat egg noodles served in hot dashi. 

 

 

These noodles are in flavour: Chicken, Shrim & Crab.

1 piece €0,75 and box (30 pieces) €19,95   Click here for the products

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