Maruchan Pork Flavor Ramen is a particular flavor of Maruchan Ramen noodle soup. For additional information on Maruchan Pork Flavor Ramen, see the Maruchan Ramen node. Maruchan Pork Flavor Ramen is available in a distinctive chocolate brown colored package.

Besides the noodle ingredients, Maruchan Pork Flavor Ramen contains salt, monosodium glutamate, hydrolyzed corn soy and wheat protein, sugar, dehydrated pork broth, natural flavors, wheat, soybean, maltodextrin, onions, garlic, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, spices, and caramel color.

As Maruchan Ramen flavors go, on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best flavor, Pork Flavor would rate a 3/10.

Nutrition Facts

Maruchan Pork Flavor Ramen has the following nutritional content (this content is adjusted from what is listed on the package; the following is relevant for a whole package; percentages are based on the USDA's Recommended Daily Allowances guidelines):

Total Fat           16 g   24%
 Saturated Fat       7 g   36%
Cholesterol          0 mg   0%
Sodium            1780 mg  74%
Total Carbohydrate  52 g   18%
 Dietary Fiber       2 g    8%
 Sugar          app. 1 g   
Protein             10 g   

This product also contains 20% of the RDA of iron.


Frighteningly Unhealthy Sausage Ramen

If you have some pre-browned sausage for another dish, it is wonderfully delicious in with pork ramen. Just prepare the Pork Flavor Ramen as before, adding the sausage when the dish is completed. Pre-warming the sausage is useful here. It turns out quite delicious, but it is also nearly frightening in its unhealthiness. I only eat it if I have some leftover sausage from another dish.

Spicy Seasoned Pork Ramen

Cook as normal. While cooking, add a dash of curry powder, a couple dashes of pepper, a dash of paprika, and a dash of garlic. The resulting dish is very spicy and tangy, with an enjoyable sharp flavor. Delicious!

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