Spicy Chicken Ramen Night Kit
We make it easy to add a gourmet ramen night into your weekly rotation. Our Spicy Chicken Ramen Bone Broth is inspired by Japanese tonkotsu, but made with organic chicken instead of pork. The spicy, creamy and complex broth pairs beautifully with our fresh Traditional Ramen, which are thin and curly with just the right bite. To prepare, simply heat up the broth, cook the noodles separately for about 2 minutes, and add your favorite ramen toppings for your own ramen bowl creation in less than ten minutes.
Sold chilled. Kit comes with two Spicy Chicken Ramen Bone Broth 20 fl oz pouches and two Traditional Ramen 5 oz boxes.
Spicy Chicken Ramen Bone Broth: Water, organic chicken bone broth (water, organic chicken bones, organic carrots), organic soy milk (water, organic soybeans), red miso (water, organic soybeans, rice, salt, aspergillus oryzae), onions, sake (water, rice, aspergillus oryzae), chili bean paste (chili peppers, broad beans, salt, alcohol, vitamin C), garlic, organic ginger, tahini (hulled sesame seeds), sesame oil. Contains soy. Packaged in a facility that also processes fish (anchovies) and tree nuts (coconut).
Our bone broth is made with local organic free-range chickens where the farms are responsibly and humanely managed, as well as GAP certified.
Wheat flour [enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), wheat flour], water, contains 1% or less of salt, wheat gluten, kansui (sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate), riboflavin (for color), cornstarch. Contains wheat. Packaged in a facility that also processes eggs.
Broth: Open pouch, pour amount needed into pot, and simmer on stove until hot.
Traditional Ramen: Bring water to a rolling boil in a large pot. Add noodles and gently separate with chopsticks. Cook for about 2 minutes, strain and add to broth.
what I love most were the ramen noodles. It's so real and tasty. Along with the broth that had no preservatives or artificial flavors, it really did feel like a meal from a Japanese restaurant made easily from home. The delectable broth is spicy which gave the meal that extra kick. Well done @ nona lim!