Nissin Demae Iccho Ramen with Appetizing Sesame Aroma

As you know, Nissin is the leading Japanese instant noodles manufacturer with the top share in Japan’s market.

Their representative instant ramen brands include “Cup Noodle” known as the world’s first cup ramen and “Chicken Ramen” which is also one of the instant noodles with the longest history in the world.

Not only these 2, but Nissin boasts a wide range of product lines many of which are loved by many people, and what I introduce here “Demae Iccho (出前一丁)” Ramen is also among them.

Demae Iccho Ramen Instant Noodles

Nissin Demae Iccho RamenNissin Demae Iccho Ramen Instant Noodles

Demae Iccho Ramen is a popular classic instant noodle from Nissin that went on the market in 1968.

The packaged instant noodle has an orthodox soy sauce-based broth featuring the flavorful aroma of sesame that stimulates your appetite.

The soup is indeed very tasty and its sesame flavor lingers in the mouth for quite some time after slurping the noodles, and mainly for that, it has been one of my favorite instant noodles.

Nissin Demae Iccho Instant Ramen Contents

As a matter of fact, the contents include a sachet of sesame oil, which is added to the noodle soup as a finishing touch, just before eating.

Because of that, the soup broth contains plenty of sesamin, a component well-known for inhibiting cholesterol absorption as well as lowering blood pressure.

The Demae Iccho Ramen actually comes in many flavors in many Asian countries, and I hear, especially in Hong Kong, it is much loved with a large market share.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Nissin Demae Iccho Ramen Instant Noodle Soup IngredientsNissin Demae Iccho Ramen Instant Noodle Soup Nutrition Facts and Calories

Lastly, for those who want to know the specific ingredients and nutrition facts of the Demae Iccho Ramen, here are the labels.

Based on that, the ingredients in the soup base are salt, sesame, sugars, vegetable oil, soy sauce powder, flavoring, spices, protein hydrolyzate, pork extract, green onion, and flavor oil.

The ramen has 463 kcal per serving (102 grams) and contains 5.9 g salt equivalents.


Tomo

Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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