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  • Nissin Cup Noodles are available in supermarkets, they are much cheaper if bought in supermarkets but of course if you buy them on convenient stores, you also get to have a free spoon and fork with that cup of instant noodles and a free hot water to go too

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      Nissin Cup Noodles have been famous now especially with people who have to work all day, those who do not have time to go out and buy food in fast food chains with long lines. Cup noodles really do come

      in handy.

      You just need to pour in hot water from dispensers which all offices have anyway and let it sit a couple of minutes and you’re lunch is all ready.

      Nissin Cup noodles are cheap; they come in mini and bigger sizes depending on your appetite for the day.

      Nissin cup noodles are great paired with a bread or as it is.

      Depending on your taste, they have a couple of new flavors to enjoy like the seafood, hot ...


      • Nissin Cup Noodles
      and spicy crab, beef, the all time favorite chicken flavor.

      Having said that, Nissin was also able to offer new and unique flavors intended for Filipino customers, like pork batchoy and bulalo.

      Nissin Cup Noodles are available in supermarkets, they

      are much cheaper if bought in supermarkets but of course if you buy them on convenient stores, you also get to have a free spoon and fork with that cup of instant noodles and a free hot water to go too.




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nissan chow mein says :

Can it be cooked on the stove?

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Einsteinus says :

The water you pour into the package can be boiled on a stove. The packaging is made out of paper. You could try putting on a stove if you want but make sure you have a A-B-C fire extinguisher close at hand. It is not even suggested to put this package into a microwave. If you do have a microwave you may want to boil some water in a microwave safe container then pour that onto the noodles. If you don’t have either a microwave or a stove you can try boiling the water in a metal pot suspended over a wood fire. Basically like the Australian Billy-Bong.

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