Refreshing. Kind. Versatile
Harmony in taste personified by the merger of ginger and garlic.
The clear broth will give you a warm and gentle umami filled embrace that will remind you of curling up in your blanket on a rainy day. The carefully selected toppings will fill you up without the fattiness and acidity of traditional ramen, leaving you feeling rejuvenated.
Two servings of ginger garlic soup base, fresh noodles, sautéed mushrooms, blanched spinach, lotus root (renkon), and onion ginger oil.
Fresh for 5 days refrigerated, up to 1 year frozen
**Allergen Notice: Soy, Wheat**
Ingredients- Noodles (Wheat Flour, Water, Wheat Gluten, Kansui) Soup Base (Water, Salt, Garlic Paste, Sugar, Soy Sauce, Salt, Yeast Extract, Ginger Paste, Onion, Garlic Powder, Toasted Onion Powder, Ginger Ground, Red Pepper Powder) Mushrooms (Organic Maitake, Organic Shimeji, White Mushrooms, Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Garlic, Red Chili Pepper) Lotus Root, Spinach, Onion Ginger Oil
We discovered Kenchan Ramen at the Studio City Farmers Market and were totally sold after our first sample. The shio broth is rich without being too salty and one of the best shios in this area. The kits make dinner super easy and I love that it includes fresh vegetables. We heat up the vegetables with a little bit of sesame oil while the broth and noodles cook. My kids always ask for these noodles and easily finish one serving on their own. The kit has been a working mom’s lifesaver!
Easily the most unique flavor of all the current Kenchan kits. Nobody else is doing actual shio ramen, let alone such a unique kit that uses onion/ginger oil and lotus root.
The bowl is light and fragrant, and really balances the savory and unctious garlic flavor with bright, grassy veggie/gingery notes well.
I regularly eat meat, but still get a few of these kits when I want something less heavy/rich than a tonkotsu bowl. They're that good!
The best ramen I've ever had - it's all in the broth. I don't think I can eat restaurant ramen after this kit. It also stayed good in my fridge after a week.
So I really enjoy the open market on sundays in NoHo? I’m a visiter to the area and found it by happy mistake one time and I keep coming back. I found this noodle vender (and I love noodles). But it was 30$ for a couples meal, I’m from a smaller area so to me this seamed a little pricey. He said you wanna try the broth. Yessir I do, and blam! Hooked it was amazing. I bought one thinking it’s priced right. I took it home and made a meal, it has instructions. But I’m a single male so microwave it went! Kinda a crime to be honest so I don’t judge on that. But again amazing flavor, noodles didn’t make me feel icky like top romin or cheap noodles you just buy. I felt happy and full, it’s hard to feel full as a vegan! And then the next day, I repeated the process to make sure and I was happy both meals. Thank you for this wonderful product I look forward to scooping noodles in the future!!
So easy to cook and this is the best vegan ramen I have ever tried!!