Could Nissin’s new instant ramen ever match the black-as-night colour of our souls?
The only mystery here is why Nissin hadn’t thought of this earlier.
Special ingredient makes for an instant ramen that looks like no other.
If you can’t stand the heat, then get out a delicious-looking Cup Noodle Somen.
Oh you fancy, huh?
What’s so special about this Cup Noodle? Well, you can have it instead of an energy drink!
Nissin knows what’s in the hearts of carb-lovers way too well.
Thirty years spanning fifteen iconic “final” adventures. Let the feast begin!
Oh, come on! How is this not a real thing?
Does this mean ramen ceremonies will start replacing tea ceremonies?
A different type of Seven Samurai.
Because it’s not enough to have reconstituted mystery meat products; you need mysterious mascots as well.
Generally mystery meat is something to be avoided, unless you’re talking about Cup Noodle brand mystery meat.
It’s Cup Noodle’s 45th birthday this year, and the noodles are looking good in a special commemorative package!
Because nothing says Mountain Day more than being able to cook instant noodles in nature.
Nissin, the maker of Cup Noodle, is about to unroll a pair of “Luxury” flavors of instant ramen. And one of them is “shark fin”…
Although the internet has revolutionized our lives in countless ways, one of the most appreciated is the simple yet outside-the-box recipes that appear on it from time to time. Where else can we discover that a rice cooker can be used to make mind-blowing pancakes or crème caramel on top of instant ramen makes for a delicious flavor boost?
Now, a Twitter user going by the handle of @rea941 has unveiled a new way to enjoy Japan’s favorite instant food, Cup Noodle. With the leftover soup you can make a delicious chawanmushi egg custard. It’s so easy the entire recipe could fit in a single tweet!
With easy, delicious, and cheap being the trifecta of RocketNews24 gourmet bliss, we couldn’t help but make some for ourselves.
A few days ago, we heard that Nissin, maker of Cup Noodle, was now selling ice cream topped with meat, chives, and all the other fixings that are found in instant ramen at the Cup Noodles Museum. One of my coworkers, who lives not far from the Osaka Cup Noodles Museum, bravely volunteered to try it out, and I was all set to let him be our guinea pig, since I’ve already taken one for the RocketNews24 team as far as strange desserts go.
But as it turns out, the Cup Noodle Ice Cream is available exclusively at the second Cup Noodle Museum in Yokohama. Hey, wait a second! That’s where I live!