I tried Ace Cook's ``Wakame Abura Soba with Sesame and Soy Sauce'', which has plenty of wakame as it is, and has garlic and pepper for a junky flavor similar to abura soba.

``Wakame Oil Soba with Sesame and Soy Sauce'', which allows you to enjoy Ace Cook's standard cup noodle ``Wakame Ramen'' without soup, will be released on Monday, February 26, 2024. I was offered abura soba ahead of time, where you can enjoy the addictive taste of sesame oil flavored soup with soy sauce and sesame oil accents, so I tried it to see how it tasted. I checked it out.

“Wakame Ramen” series 2024/2/26 renewal/new release | Acecook Co., Ltd.


The package of ``Wakame Oil Soba with Sesame and Soy Sauce'' looks like this.

The ingredients used include soy sauce, fish sauce, garlic paste, etc., and the ingredients are simple, with only ``seaweed'' and ``sesame'' sprinkled with sprinkles.

The calorie per meal (88g) is 379kcal.

Open the lid to the dotted line. Inside was a bag of seasoning sauce, kayaku, and furikake.

Place the oysters on top of the noodles and pour boiling water up to the inside line.

Wait like this for 3 minutes.

After 3 minutes, remove the hot water cutter and gently tilt the cup to discard the hot water.

Once the water is drained, open the lid, add the seasoning sauce and furikake, mix, and it's done.

When I actually tried it, I found that the aroma of garlic, which is not found in regular wakame ramen, whetted my appetite, and the fish sauce flavor of the salty soy sauce-based sauce went perfectly with the seaweed. Furthermore, there was also the aroma of sesame and the impact of pepper, making it a cup noodle where you could enjoy the junkiness of abura soba, which is a bit different from wakame ramen.

``Wakame oil soba with sesame and soy sauce'' will be available for purchase at retail stores nationwide from Monday, February 26, 2024, and the suggested retail price is 236 yen excluding tax.

in Gastronomic Adventure, Posted by log1h_ik