Ramen is basically a Japanese noodle soup dish. The soup element is generally more of a rich tasting broth and can be made with all kinds of ingredients. The noodles most commonly used in Ramen are a Chinese wheat noodle, they can vary from region to region but most commonly they are curly, yellow noodles with a good bite.
These Sau Tau noodles are extremely good quality, they just need cooking in boiling water for 2 minutes before adding into your chosen broth.
Try our recipe for Easy Chicken & Mushroom Ramen
If you are a Ramen fan - check out our Somerset Foodie Ramen Ingredients Kit Box too! These make great foodie presents.
Allergens: GLUTEN (wheat), SOY
Ingredients: Wheat flour, Water, Corn Starch, Salt, Soybean Oil, thickener (E401), Acidity Regulator (E500(i), E270.
I received a Japanese cookbook for Christmas and found ALL the ingredients required at The Somerset Foodie which were then delivered to my door free the next day! I checked the prices and they were all very competitive. I have been using everything for a week now and am loving learning a new cuisine. Thanks for making the experience so easy!
Incredibly impressed with how fresh these compared to a number of other Sau Tao noodles. Conveniently packed in three separate portions per 540g pack, the noodles soften up in minutes in boiling water. They mix equally well with laksa and ramen dishes.
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