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Review Of Nissin Big Cup Noodles ( Spoonable Noodles & Soup)

Updated on March 15, 2013
Big Cup Noodles, Made By Nissin
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We All Need A Quick Meal Sometimes.

I have always eaten Nissin cup of noodles in the past, and they are a really quick go to food. But the other day when I was at the market I saw a new "Nissin "product. It is called "Big Cup Noodles" And the cool thing about it is they have new noodles, and they are spoon sized. Who has not eaten Ramen noodles? I think everyone has tried them at least once in their life. You can't figure out if you should use a spoon or a fork.

Anyway, so tonight I did not feel like cooking , as I live alone and I was out all day running errands and shopping. I got home late, and still had stuff to do. I have to tell you even though I am a cook in a retirement home, when I am home I am a big fan of prepared packaged food. Something I can just pop in the microwave or the oven. I do not like cooking very much at home, unless I have someone to cook for.

I had picked the Nissin Big Cup Noodles up at the market for 2 for $1, and the package size is, 2.82 oz, guess it was a sale going on. I bought four of them. Tonight I decided to go with the Spicy Chicken flavored one. which was pretty good, not to mild or to spicy. It was just right. And it really filled me up! It was really tasty. I also bought the Roast Chicken flavor and the Beef Flavor. I don't know if they have a Shrimp flavor one, but if they do, I would like to try that one as well. also it would be great if they came out with a chicken sauce type of flavored noodles.

As you can see by the picture the actual noodles size. I love them! they have just the right width and length.

Nutrition Facts:

** Serving Size 1/2 container

** Servings per container 2

** Calories 190 calories from fat 70


Total Fat 8g 13%

Saturated fat 4g 20%

Trans Fat 0g

Polyunsaturated Fat 1g

Monounsaturated Fat 3g

Cholesterol 0mg 0%

Sodium 760mg 31%

Total Carbohydrate 25g 8%

Dietary Fiber 1g 5%

Sugars less than 1g

Protein 3g


Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 2%

Calcium 2% Iron 15%


The Nissin Ramen noodle products are great for lunch, supper, or a quick snack, but really should not be eaten as a regular meal all the time. Also if you need to avoid salt, this product is not for you, as it is high in salt content. On the plus side however it has 0 grams of Trans fat. Which these days, is a good thing. So if you are looking for something quick and easy pick up some at your local market, They are really inexpensive. Nissin Ramen noodles are also kid friendly, and all kids like soup. Well that is it for my review. I hope you found it helpful. Thanks for reading.


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      Dub 3 years ago

      I'm eating the beef one right now and just added some Siracha and it is quite tasty. We would all love for it to be lower in sodium but with healthy eating habits you won't be consuming these a regular basis. Overall I liked this one.

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      Sarah 4 years ago

      I'm actually eating one now and I do love these and yes...they are high in salt, but they are quick, good, and fill you up. Thanks for the good review! :)

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      Brandon E Newman 4 years ago from North Texas

      No offense, I just really don't like instant noodles. The last time I ate them I did vomit.

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      Brandon E Newman 4 years ago from North Texas

      Those horrible salty things are pure vomit. I would have to be literally starving to death before i would eat that.