Nishikidori's instant ramen and tonkotsu-flavored broth are dehydrated. Tonkotsu corresponds to the flavor of pork broth. Here, however, everything is vegetable.
Hakata Tonkotsu ramen is one of the 3 types of ramen famous in Japan. The thin, dry noodles are matured at low temperature for 48 hours, without being fried in oil. They are particularly popular in the Fukushima region, where they are made. You can accompany them with a beaten egg, it's delicious.
ramen : wheat flour, water, salt, acidulants E500(i) - E501(i) - E451(i), antioxidant E339 (ii), emulsifiers E452(i) - E450(iii) - dehydrated broth : vegetable oil (soybean, rapeseed, palm), water, salt, sugar, seasoning (salted mirin must = glutinous rice, kôji yeast, distilled rice alcohol, salt), salted sake, glucose syrup, corn alcohol, distilled rice alcohol, salt, soy sauce (soy, wheat, salt), flavor enhancers E621 - E635, sugarcane alcohol, garlic powder, hydrolyzed corn protein, maltodextrin, onion powder, caramel color E150a, thickeners E1450 - E415, acidifier E270
Information in bold is for intolerant or allergic persons. May contain traces of soy, sesame and gluten (corn and wheat).
Nutritional values per 100g :
energy 386 kcal (1603 kJ); fat 31g, of which saturated fatty acids 4.8g; carbohydrates 22g, of which sugars 8.5g; protein 4.1g; salt 11.8g.
Net weight: ramen 70g + broth 40g