I tried 'Nissin Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon', which has a rich Japanese-style soup stock of Donbei entwined with chewy noodles.
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' Nissin Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon ', which is one of Nissin's signature products, will be powered up on February 22, 2021 (Monday), where you can enjoy the Japanese-style soup stock of '
'Nissin Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon' (released on February 22) | Nissin Foods Group
Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon has the same package design as regular Donbei, but the shape of the cup is similar to that of Nissin Yakisoba UFO .
Compared to the normal Donbei (right side), the difference in shape is obvious.
Calories are 454 kcal per 105 g of meal.
Looking at the raw materials, fried noodles are the same as regular Donbei, but the soy sauce is based on soy sauce, dried bonito seasoning, fish meal, etc.
Inside is a small bag of 'liquid soup' and 'powdered soup stock with shichimi'. Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon appeared in 2020, but the 2020 version was only 'powder sauce'. In the 2021 edition, the noodles are firmly entwined with soup stock and soup stock to enhance the unique taste of Donbei, so there are two sets, 'liquid soup stock' and 'powder soup stock with shichimi'.
That's why I started cooking. First, pour hot water ...
Waiting time is 5 minutes. While waiting, warm the pouch of liquid soup on the lid.
Drain the hot water ...
Add liquid soup and stir well.
Add more powdered soup stock with shichimi ...
Stir well again and you're done.
When you try it, the noodles are more chewy than the regular Donbei, and the soy sauce has a richer taste of soy sauce, like boiled down the regular Donbei soup. The spiciness of the shichimi spicy pepper contained in the powdered soup stock is an accent, and you can enjoy the taste until the end.
'Nissin Donbei Kitsune Yaki Udon' can be purchased from February 22, 2021 (Monday). The suggested retail price is 193 yen excluding tax.
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