Innovative soup, broth and noodle purveyor Nona Lim is debuting a brand new line of fresh ramen noodles at Winter Fancy Foods in San Francisco (January 17-19). Quality fresh ramen noodles are what differentiates restaurant-grade ramen bowls and with this new line from Nona Lim fresh ramen noodles will be available to the home cook. With Nona Lim Tokyo Ramen, Nona Lim Hakata Ramen, and Nona Lim Whole Wheat Ramen, there something to suit the taste of all ramen enthusiasts nationwide.
"Nona Lim Ramen Noodles empower home chefs to create truly gourmet ramen bowls.” Says Nona Lim Founder Nona Lim. “We are so excited to share the secret ingredient of ramen houses with the world because fresh ramen noodles make any ramen bowl thrillingly delicious.”
Just as there are many different types of pasta, there are many types of ramen. Tokyo Ramen is originally from the capital of Japan and is also the most popular type of ramen around the world. Nona Lim Hakata Ramen is pale and thin which allows it to be cooked more quickly with a unique delicate texture. Pair it with our Miso Ramen or Spicy Szechuan broths for a hot bowl of noodles in minutes. Nona Lim Whole Wheat Ramen puts a California twist on traditional ramen recipes. Nona Lim’s Whole Wheat Ramen has a natural brown hue, and more nutrients and fiber.
Home chefs can either create their own homemade broths to pair with Nona Lim Ramen Noodles or pick up a fresh Nona Lim broth for a truly gourmet dining experience ready in minutes. Nona Lim Thai Curry and Lime Broth, for example won a gold SOFI Award in 2015 for it’s spectacular flavor. Made with a traditional bone broth base and spiced to perfection, Nona Lim Thai Curry and Lime Broth, a few sliced veggies and proteins and a Nona Lim fresh ramen noodle package can create a dinner the whole family will love in under ten minutes. Other Nona Lim broths include Nona Lim Vietnamese Pho Bone Broth, Nona Lim Szechuan Spicy Bone Broth and Nona Lim Miso Ramen Vegan Broth.
Fresh Ramen Noodle Line By Nona Lim
Nona Lim Hakata Ramen is pale and thin which allows it to be cooked more quickly
January 12, 2016