Dan Dan Noodle Bowl (4 Pack)
Dan Dan Noodles is one of the most famous street food dishes in Sichuan, China. It is slightly numbing from the peppercorns, addictingly savory and spicy. The name Dan Dan came from the peddlers who walked around town to sell the noodle bowls from their carrying poles -- “dan zi.” The noodle became so popular that it is a classic not only in China but at Sichuan restaurants worldwide to this day. Our vegan Dan Dan Noodle Bowl makes a delicious meal at home or on-the-go, ready to eat in minutes. Save on cooking time, not on flavor.
Sold chilled in a case of four 10.5 oz bowls. This product is perishable. Please keep refrigerated.
Sauce: water, Beyond Beef® Crumbles [water, pea protein isolate, canola oil, rice flour, molasses (for color), yeast extract, tapioca maltodextrin, acacia gum, salt, sunflower oil, natural flavor], chili oil (soybean oil, dried chili peppers), gluten-free soy sauce (water, soybeans, salt, sugar, corn starch), sesame oil, tahini (hulled sesame seeds), Chinkiang vinegar (water, glutinous rice, wheat bran, sugar, salt), garlic, organic ginger, Sichuan peppercorn oil (soybean oil, natural Sichuan peppercorn flavors), organic sugar, high oleic safflower oil, white pepper, Sichuan peppercorns. Ramen Noodles: wheat flour, water, starch (sago starch, modified tapioca starch, potato starch), wheat gluten, salt, kansui (sodium hydroxide), vegetable oil (soybean).
Contains soy, tree nuts (coconut) and wheat. Packaged in a facility that also processes fish (anchovies).
- Tear noodle pouch 1 inch to vent
- Microwave noodle pouch for 1 minute. Carefully add noodles into bowl.
- Add sauce to the noodles and mix well.
- Microwave the entire bowl without lid for 30 seconds.
Personally, I wasn't a huge fan of the meat flavor, hence the so-so rating. I think I just need real beef to like this more. But the seasoning and the noodles and the packaging are great. The reason I purchased was for my vegetarian daughter, but the seasoning is too spicy for her.
The noodle consistency is great, but besides that, the sauce is a only shadow of a delicious Dan Dan flavor, and the Beyond meat flavor and texture was off-putting. No one in my household would eat, and we eat vegetarian 4-5 days a week.
It’s got great flavor but I’m not sure it’s worth giving up half my daily intake for. I’m surprised at the number, Is it correct?