Fresh Japanese riceberry udon served in our signature Tomyum Namtok broth spinkled with classic Thai Herbs.
Unfried and fresh!
What is riceberry?
Riceberry is a famous super food that is rich in antioxidants and dietary fiber, and also well-known for its ability to flight cancer,
diabetes and heart disease.
Wheat Flour 19.19%, Modified Tapioca Starch 11.23%, Sugar 3.78%, Tomyum Paste 3.63%, Soy Sauce 2.96%, Iodized Salt 2.49%, Riceberry 0.73%, Dried Egg 0.67%, Dried Leek 0.07%, Flavor Enhancer (Monosodium Glutamate, Disodium 5'- Ribonucleotide). Acidity Regulator (INS270, INS325, INS296). Emulsifier (INS471), Thickener (INS405, INS415, INS466, INS1442, INS1414). Natural Color (INS150c). Preservative (INS211). Packaging Gas (INS941) Natural Flavor, Nature Identical Flavor
Contains Wheat, Soy, Milk, Fish, Shrimp and Egg.
Preparation and Storage
Preparation and Usage
1. Place udon and condiments in a bowl. Add water 200ml
2. Microwave on high (850 watts) for 3 minutes.
3. Stir well and enjoy!
*Heating time may vary, based on model and wattage of microwave oven.
Empty packets in a bowl, pour boiling water 200ml. Stir well and wait for 2 minutes for softer and move chewy texture. Enjoy!
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