Survey finds top 10 instant noodle brands and flavors, and Cup Noodle isn’t number one?!

The best noodles ready in about three minutes.

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Our reporter eats the new “apple pie” flavor yakisoba noodles, so no one else has to

P.K. Sanjun bravely faces down notorious noodle company Peyoung’s latest concoction. Can yakisoba really taste like apple pie?

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Rare mouth-watering instant sobameshi combines delightful flavors of yakisoba and fried rice

Why settle for two separate dishes when you can have both in the same bowl?

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Gold-dust topped instant noodles on sale in Japan for the end of Heisei Era

Oh, you eat your noodles without any precious metals on top? How…quaint.

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Yakisoba company teams up with shampoo brand, launches new flavor that boosts hair growth

Now you can enjoy delicious instant stir-fried noodles that will also do wonders for your scalp.

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Regular cup noodle bowls not enough for you? Try this 2000+ calorie instant yakisoba instead!

One pound of noodles should suffice, don’t you think?

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Instant noodle company combines yakisoba noodles with fermented natto bean topping

If you’ve been too hesitant to give natto a try, this may be the way to start!

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New flavor Peyoung instant yakisoba takes a confusingly named herb to the max

Coriander, cilantro, pakchee, or whatever you want to call it, there’s a whole bunch in this new version of the popular instant fried noodles.

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Japanese Style Yakisoba Flavored Yakisoba: It’s Confusingly Delicious!

Yakisoba (fried buckwheat noodles) is a standard food in Japanese cuisine which can be found in restaurants, food stands, and convenience stores across the nation served in a variety of ways such as on hotdog buns or in an omelet.

There is also a variety of instant yakisoba noodle packs among which is the decades old Peyoung brand – loved by Japanese people of all ages for its delicious taste and easy preparation.

Occasionally the company releases special flavors like curry and super-hot, but this time they came out with perhaps the most unexpected flavor of all: yakisoba flavored yakisoba.

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