I first thought this was spaghetti, looking at the package. It’s Yakisoba.
Name: U.F.O. Yakisoba
Cost: about $1.99
Package: flying saucer carton (reminiscent of the old McDonald’s Flying Saucer Happy Meals you could throw as a frisbee back in the 80’s). The dry noodles also had bits of dried vegetables. There was a packet of dried seasoning and wet yakisoba sauce.
Cooking: pour hot water and let it sit for three minutes. Let it drain through the perforated holes. Then mix in the packets.
Results: Pretty tasty. Like sweet soy sauce noodles. Tasted like cheap instant yakisoba. I would buy again.
UFO is my fav!!!
Sounds like a good option for spring/summer (semi-cold/kinda warm) noodle fix….on my list next time i’m food shopping. thx!
I used to come regularly to this site, then stopped for a while, now I’m back to see all the new stuff you have on here…the Ramen reviews are great!
Thanks, I really appreciate it.
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I am in Texas and not sure where to get the Nissin UFO Yakisoba. Is it available everywhere in NY?
Nah, not everywhere in NY. Try an Asian Supermarket. Good luck!