Korean and Japanese flavors fuse together to create this bulgogi-flavored udon bowl–and we love slurping on it! The beefy bulgogi broth perfectly complements the plump texture of Japanese udon noodles. Since bulgogi means fire-grilled meat in Korean, it has a sesame oil seasoning packet that adds a smoked flavor to the soup base.
It’s super easy to level up these noodles too! I recommend that you garnish these noodles with your leftover veggies like carrot strips, leeks, and even Korean dried laver. In just 3 minutes, you’ve got yourself a rich-tasting beef udon that rivals your neighborhood restaurant’s noodles.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS: That smokiness from the sesame oil will have you reaching out for this udon bowl again and again! Plus, unlike other instant noodle brands, most of Wang’s instant food products have no MSG, no preservatives, and 0g trans fat. Plus, it only has 290 calories! That’s less than most instant noodles and some pasta dishes.