Pringles Sour Cream & Onion Yakisoba Instant Noodle
Following the Tonkotsu Yakisoba from Peyang that I introduced a while ago, yesterday I got an interesting instant Yakisoba noodle cup again in a 7 Eleven convenience store.
Acecook Super Cup Pringles Super Sour Cream & Onion Flavor Yakisoba Noodle
This time is an Acecook’s Super Cup line & Pringles Potato Chips’ collaboration in Yakisoba form. Actually, this instant Yakisoba noodle was offered for only a limited time before and seems to have been re-released recently. By the way, it cost me about 250 yen (about 2.5 USD).
Contents and Making
When you remove the outer green plastic packaging with Pringles’ symbolic logo design printed, you see instructions on how to cook the noodles on the inner white paper lid. According to that, the making of this instant Yakisoba is not much different from that of other instant Yakisoba.
In the Yakisoba container, these flavor packets were placed on the dried noodle block. After you cook the noodles, first add the contents of the green one (seasoning oil) and stir well with chopsticks. Then sprinkle the light blue packet’s Yakisoba base powder and mix well again.
This Pringles Yakisoba is of high quality in taste and unexpectedly very delicious with the irresistible Pringles Potato Chips Sour Cream and Onion Flavor to it.
According to the ingredient list on the package, this Yakisoba noodle is literally seasoned with sour cream powder, onion powder, and garlic powder, which makes the noodle dish one-of-a-kind and addictive like the snack Pringles Potato Chips. Yes, this instant Yakisoba is absolutely worth a try, if you can!
Ingredients and Nutrition Facts
Lastly, for those of you who are curious about the ingredients and nutrition facts, here are the labels.