Hawaii Mom Blog: Sun Noodle's Gyokai Tonkotsu Tsukemen Ramen Kit




July 23, 2021

Sun Noodle's Gyokai Tonkotsu Tsukemen Ramen Kit

Sun Noodle recently launched two new ramen kits for a limited time only. I was really looking forward to trying the Gyokai Tonkotsu Tsukemen kit, because I LOVE tsukemen and there aren't many ramen-yas here that have tsukemen on their menu. 

Each kit comes with a package of fresh uncooked tsukemen noodles and a foil packet that contains the concentrated soup base. 

To cook the noodles, boil them for 6 minutes.  To make the broth, place the contents of the packet into a bowl, and add 1/2 cup of boiling water to the bowl and stir to combine. Do not boil the soup base and water over the stove, as you normally would with powdered soup bases.

Since this is tsukemen, you keep the noodles and soup base separate.  Take a few strands of noodles, dip them in the soup, then SLURP!

Thumbs up from my son! I also really enjoyed this tsukemen kit. The noodles were very chewy and thick. The soup was rich in flavor and definitely better than the powder soup bases that you will find in other noodle kits at the store.

 I hope Sun Noodle will keep these kits on the shelves permanently, because they're a great alternative to dining in!

For more information, visit Sun Noodle's website (click here).

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