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Udon Soup Bowl - Annie Chun's
6X5.3 Oz Each

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Annie Chun's Udon Soup Bowl 6x5.3 Oz each

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Annie Chun's Noodle Bowls Are Instant Gourmet Food, Perfect For Lunch Or A Quick Dinner At Your Fingertips. Keep These Bowls In Your Desk Or Cupboard, Then...
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Annie Chun's Noodle Bowls Are Instant Gourmet Food, Perfect For Lunch Or A Quick Dinner At Your Fingertips. Keep These Bowls In Your Desk Or Cupboard, Then Just Heat And Serve. When Time Is Short Just Pull Out An Annie Chun's Noodle Bowl From Your Desk Or When At Play.

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  • Qty: 6x5.3 Oz each
  • Weight (lbs): 18.06
  • UPC: 0765667725986
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THIS item was cancelled cause out of stock, green n brown made every effort though to contact and refund money in timely matter, Would purchase again

Annie Chun's Udon Soup makes a quick meal that is larger than traditional soup cups and without the reconstituted texture. The soup bowl holds about 3 cups of soup, which is a nice size for lunch. It's all-natural and vegetarian, consisting of noodles in a flavorful soy soup, with dried mushrooms, onions, bok choy, herbs and spices. The ingredients come in 3 packages: a bag of noodles (not dried), a liquid soup base, and a packet of dried soup toppings. Just add boiling water.Actually, the instructions on the package are unnecessarily complicated. They tell you to add water to loosen the noodles, drain it off, add the other ingredients, and then add more water. This isn't necessary. Maybe you need to loosen the noodles if you are going to microwave the soup. I suggest stirring the noodles after one minute in the microwave. But if you have a kettle handy, empty the 3 packages into your soup bowl, add boiling water up to about a half inch from the top of the bowl, and let it sit, covered, for 5 minutes. This is faster, easier and uses less water than the instructions recommend, and the soup comes out perfectly. Annie Chun suggests adding spinach, snow peas, broccoli, mushrooms, shrimp or tofu to make your soup into a more complete meal. Some of those things would need to be cooked before you add them, but I find that fresh mushrooms and frozen peas make excellent additions that require no pre-cooking. If you put some sliced or diced mushrooms into the soup when you add the boiling water, they will partially cook while they sit for 5 minutes, acquiring a nice dense texture that is neither raw nor limp.Ingredients: Noodles: wheat flour, water, tapioca starch, lactic acid, salt.
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