Noodles and Seaweed

Noodles and seaweed 1

Have you been dreaming of slurping ramen noodles from a teriyaki-ginger based soup? 


If so, Costco carries Yakisoba Stir-Fry Noodle Teriyaki with certification from the Orthodox Union.   I made a simple stir-fry with tofu, mushrooms and onions. Microwaved the noodles for a minute, through them in the stir-fry for a minute. Then made a broth with the teriyaki seasoning packet and some powdered vegetable consume, added mixed greens – and of course – some sriracha. It was a quick and easy dinner. I won’t comment on the slurping.

The picture is another stir-fry using zucchini instead of the mushrooms and onions. I love products that are versatile. Look for more ramen recipes and pictures soon.

Once you microwave or heat the noodles, they are very easy to work with. Keep in mind, each package is two servings.

Each bag contains 8 – 7.7oz of noodles and 8 packets of  teriyaki sauce.  The product is parve and vegan which makes it very  versatile. You can freeze the noodles. Found at the Mountain View Costco on June 24, 2014 in the ready made foods section.

For me, everything goes with seaweed salad.

I love seaweed salad’s salty, slighty sweet taste.  The Azumagourmet Seaweed Salad is found usually near the kosher edamane and I have turned the package around many times searching for a hechsher without any luck. Imagine my surprise when someone brought the salad to a picnic recently. Wondered – was it one of those things that didn’t need a hechsher, so I asked and my friend pointed to the K-ORC symbol.  Needless to say, I went to Costco the next day to buy some and have been eating it with almost every meal.
The Azumagourmet’s Seaweed salad comes in a 28oz container. This is a ready to eat product. The product is gluten-free, vegan, parve and MSG free. It does have some added sugar and food dyes.


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