In recent years, the number of collaborations with famous stores has increased, and the quality of cup ramen has improved. The amount is small compared to the shop, so it's very convenient to try it casually.
However, it has a decent amount of calories, and after all it seems to be fat and it is hard to get out of hand. The cup soup series in collaboration with the Seven Premium ramen shop is recommended for such people.
A cup soup that uses tofu and wonton as the main ingredients instead of noodles, while maintaining the taste of the soup. This time, we will introduce 3 products in collaboration with "Ippu-Do", "Sumire" and "Mokotanmen Nakamoto"!
Ippudo Shiramaru Tonkotsu Tofu SoupPrice: 183 yen Calories: 101kcal
Tofu is added to the soup with pork skull extract based on Ippudo's representative menu "Shiramaru". The creamy and rich taste goes well with the thick tofu! The crispy and refreshing green onions and the richly flavored char siu are also a nice accent.
The taste is rich and elegant, and is likely to be supported by women.
Sumire miso wonton soupPrice: 183 yen Calories: 177kcal
Reproduce the taste of the famous store "Sumire" that represents Hokkaido. Wonton is contained in a rich miso soup that makes you feel northern.
Of the three products, it has a slightly higher calorie content, but it is also satisfying to eat. The smooth and chewy wonton is more authentic than you can imagine. Recommended when you are hungry.
Mokotanmen Nakamoto Spicy Tofu SoupPrice: 183 yen Calories: 75kcal
Reproduce the taste of "Mokotanmen Nakamoto", which has its head office in Itabashi-ku, Tokyo. The spicy miso soup with chili pepper contains rag tofu.
The bright red soup finished with spicy oil is quite spicy! My tongue is numb. However, it has a lingering taste combined with its rich umami. Crispy cabbage also does a good job.
All of them are without noodles, so it's a nice point to be able to put in rice without feeling guilty. Well, if you do this, the calories will be the same as ordinary cup noodles, but it's better than the ramen → rice combo. Recommended for people who prefer rice to noodles!