There are two types of plant-derived cup ramen "PLANT RAMEN", vegetable-based salty and curry.The noodles are non-fried because they do not use palm oil and are environmentally friendly.Most of the common cup ramen uses "fried noodles", so it is healthy because the calories are reduced because it is not fried. I'm glad that the calories per meal are also modest!
Of course, it does not contain animal-derived ingredients such as pork extract and chicken extract.No chemical seasonings are used, but it does not completely eliminate additives.Still, it turns out to be a simpler recipe when compared to the ingredients for common cup ramen.
The packaging is also shrink-wrapped, but the cup is made of paper to be environmentally friendly.Above all, it seems that IKEA has a fashionable Scandinavian design that doesn't remind you of junk cup ramen.I am surprised at the reasonable price of 1 yen per meal.
■ Plant ramen (salty)
One meal 1kcal 153 yen (tax included)
* Box purchase (12 pieces): IKEA Family member price 1,999 yen (tax included) (regular price 2,280 yen)
[Salty / raw materials]
Men (wheat flour (domestic production), salt, soybean dietary fiber), kayaku (cabbage, corn, onion), soup (salt, onion powder, yeast extract, dextrin, vegetable extract, soy sauce, spices, vegetable fats and oils) / processed starch , Kansui, spice extract, antioxidant (vitamin E), fine silicon dioxide, (some include wheat and soybeans)
■ Plant ramen (curry flavor)
One meal 1kcal 171 yen (tax included)
* Box purchase (12 pieces): IKEA Family member price 2,499 yen (tax included) (regular price 3,000 yen)
[Curry taste / raw materials]
Men (wheat flour (domestic production), salt, soybean dietary fiber), soup (salt, sugar, curry powder, dextrin, spices, yeast extract, onion powder, starch), kayaku (cabbage, corn, carrot, potato) / increase Viscous polysaccharide, curry powder, citrus, fine silicon dioxide, antioxidant (vitamin E), (some include wheat and soybeans)