Review: Sapporo Ichiban Chow Mein

Worked from home today, so I had to cook. I pulled the last packet of ramen out of my cabinet, and it was Sapporo Ichiban Chow Mein. The noodles had some different cooking instructions, for once, they told me how much water to use in cups. Also, the noodles were only cooked in 1 cup of water, which wasnt enough to cover them. I have never cooked ramen like that before, but it ended up working okay. The seasoning packet tasted and smelled like Worchestershire sauce (since it was an ingredient, this is not surprising). The noodles also came with dried seaweed flakes to pour on top (for color mainly).

I did enjoy the taste, but they were not my favorite of the samples I ate. These noodles cost $0.49 at Noodleson’s Store.