A traditional sesame broth with authentic Asian noodles. Imported. Premium. Gluten-free. Journey with Snapdragon Foods to the culinary capitals of Asia, where every stop brings a new taste discovery. For centuries, the legendary flavors of Asia have stirred the imaginations of great cooks. Now Snapdragon brings these vibrant, authentic flavors to your table to be savored as simple meals or snacks. Snapdragon Foods are a gourmet Asian tour for your tastebuds. They represent the best of the five classic flavors: sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami - the savory, deeply satisfying fifth taste. In Japan, sesame is often found on the table as a seasoning. Snapdragon borrows that delicious flavor in two forms - toasted sesame and a dash of pure sesame oil - to create this satisfying rice noodle soup. It's a hearty, convenient snack you can enjoy anywhere. DBA Snapdragon Foods. Product of Thailand.
2.1 oz (60 g) x 6
2 per pack
Conventional: 1. Remove lid from bowl. 2. Open packets of seasoning/seasoning oil, coconut seasoning, and vegetable garnish and pour contents into bowl over noodles. 3. Fill cup with hot water to fill line on inside of bowl. 4. Replace lid on bowl and let stand for 3 to 5 minutes, until noodles are tender. Stir and enjoy! Microwave: 1. Remove lid from bowl. 2. Open packets of seasoning/seasoning oil, coconut seasoning, and vegetable garnish and pour contents into bowl over noodles. 3. Fill cup with cold tap water to fill line on inside of bowl. 4. Microwave on High temperature for 2 to 3 minutes, or until water is hot. Let stand for 1 minute. Stir and enjoy! Because of differences in water temperature and microwave power, cooking times may vary. Caution: Bowl will be extremely hot after microwaving or filling with hot water. Handle with care to avoid spills and burns.
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