Annie Chun's Miso Soup Noodle Bowl, 5.4-Ounce Bowls (Pack of 6)

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  • Case of six 5.4-ounce microwave bowls (total of 32.4 ounces)
  • Made with udon noodles, tofu, green onion, and spinach
  • All-natural, no MSG, no preservatives
  • Cooks in just one minute; packed in an Earth-friendly biodegradable bowl
  • Product of the USA

Customer Reviews:

  • delish taste
    I really think the taste of this soup is great. You aren't getting fresh, just made to order soup, you are getting a microwave meal. But I do think this is the best alternative! all of the veggies and herbs reconstitute very well, but the tofu doesn't but because it is small, it isnt a big deal and didn't taste bad. ...more info
  • udon
    At last someone has discovered how to package this soup & sell it. Priced well & delicious. Quick & easy to make & the bowl it comes in is reusable for storage of other items. I love this product!!!! A wonderful, quick lunch....more info
  • Good & Filling....Also Eco Friendly
    This soup was good, but nothing could replace fresh miso from a japanese restaurant. This came close though......I was won over by the convenience of just reaching in your pantry. It comes packaged with care, nicely and neatly presented (Makes you feel like your having a real treat) even has a lid to conserve leftovers. The bowls and lids are not plastic and are biodegradable. (STURDY ! I have even re-used them to store food and pack snacks.)

    Apart from the Miso, I also recommend the Teriyaki Noodle bowl by Annie Chun's. It is a real filling meal, and I add quickly stir fried veggies and a few ounces of meat and LOVE IT....more info
  • Tastes great if you are in a hurry
    This is great if you are in a hurry. Basically just rinse the noodles and drain. Then add the 2 packets to the noodles, water and microwave.
    Sometimes I add chicken to it. Doesn't taste as great as soup from a restaurant but its great to take to work....more info
  • Great for the office
    I buy these soup bowls and take them into work. I usually work over lunch and they provide a fairly healthy light lunch (fairly because they are a little salty). The dried tofu in them usually doesn't reconstitute well but everything else is fine.

    My only complaint is the biodegradable marketing gimic, a nice idea but I think it is mostly to make people feel better. Nothing rots in the landfills. And I tried putting one of these bowls in the compost heap, two years later it is still kicking around somewhere in the backyard (no it didn't rot). The paper wrapper and plastic wrapper are certainly not compostable. ...more info
  • Taste great
    I purchased this when it was about[...] for the 6 pack. Found the deal on [...]. Great deal. Don't think it's worth over [...] however. Pretty expensive at it's normal price.

    This was my first time trying this brand. Probably one of the best instant soup products I've tasted. This isn't loaded with salts like most others and it taste healthy.

    My only gripe is the amount of plastic and waste caused by this product.

    Here's the ingredients / nutritional info if anyone is wondering:

    Ingredients: Noodles: Wheat flour, water, tapioca starch, vegan lactic acid, salt.
    Soup: Soybean paste (water, soybean, rice, salt), sugar, rice wine, sea vegetable, yeast extract, onion, shiitake mushroom.
    Toppings: Dehydrated tofu, dehydrated green onion, dehydrated spinach.
    Allergy Note: Labeled as being processed on equipment that may contain traces of peanuts.

    Nutritional Information:
    Serving Size: 1 bowl
    Calories: 110
    Carbohydrates: 23g
    Fat: 1g
    Sodium: 450mg
    Sugars: 1g
    Fiber: <1g
    Protein: 3g
    Vitamin A: 6%
    Vitamin C: 2%
    Calcium: 2%
    Iron: 4% ...more info
  • Soup Scoop
    I enjoyed Annie Chun's Miso soup. I have only two problems with all of the Annie Chun's soups that I have bought from Amazon.First, there are so many that I have trouble deciding which kinds to pick. The second one is that My son and his girlfriend also likes eating these soups. I have bought as three different kinds at one time but, after dividing up the soup I got less than they did. My son eats Annie Chun's soups everyday for lunch. He's in college and it saves him money and he saves a lot of time by fixing these soups. I have already promised my son that after taxes I'll order several more and he and his girlfriend has already put together a list of their favorite kinds!

    ...more info


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