Nissin Foods (Japan)
Added Ingredients Required: Boiling Water
530 calories per package
Today, my partner is planning to have lunch out at McDonald's while she is at work, while I am spending the day at home waiting for the handyman to come by. While her motives are noble (we are suckers for the "Monopoly at McDonald's" contest) I admit I am somewhat envious. So, I did what any ramen lover would do: I searched the Noodle Stash for the most decadent thing I could find! Who needs a Big Mac when they could have a 日清ソース焼そば?
Okay, so the package is completely in Japanese with no English translation anywhere outside of the Nissin logo, which means I am not 100% certain I got the product name right. I am pretty sure the flavor is "Karashi Meyone-zu," though, so based on that and the picture, I am expecting a mustard-&-mayonnaise-topped noodle similar to the Myojo Ippeichan product that I really liked.
I definitely enjoyed this one, and it had the 'fast-food' feel that I was hoping for. Given the choice, I think the Myojo Ippeichan is the better pick of these two competing products, but if this is the only one that's available where you are, I would still heartily recommend it. :D