Ace cook "Tonkotsu Ramen Kimchi Shima" seems to have stamina attached

Ace cook 'Tonkotsu Ramen Kimchi Shima' was released at convenience stores, so I bought it and ate it eating.

As you can see from the package, it seems rich in rice that Kimchi is on the Tonkotsu Ramen, but what kind of taste does it really play?

Details are as follows.
I finely have two bags, a powder soup, and a post-filling seasoning oil.

First put the powder soup, you can also open two bags quickly. Kimchi is a dried kimchi.

Wait for 4 minutes with hot water. Warm up the linseed seasoning oil on the lid.

The finish is like this.

Although I tried to eat it, there are chewy toothy texture that there is only a non-fried but a tangy tulle and it is easy to eat. Soup is a Tonkotsu soup with a garlic flavor. The smell of garlic is stronger than expected and the smell of kimchi may be inconspicuous. The ingredients Kimchi and Onegi stand out tonkotsu soup.

Thanks to garlic and kimchi, it was a ramen that seems to have some stamina.

The official page is here.

Ace co., Ltd

in Gastronomic Adventure, Posted by logc_nt