Calling all instant noodle lovers: A-Sha Noodles is the healthiest brand of instant noodles and still offers a great taste. A-Sha noodles are made with wheat, salt and water, and get a unique 18-hour air-drying technique, never fried or frozen. The noodles contain zero preservatives, artificial flavors or MSG and are packed with 11 grams of plant-based protein. The noodles cook in five minutes or less and come with a flavor pack of sauces, like sesame scallion or Ma-La chili. You can also top them off with a fried or poached egg, scallions and more.
There are a variety of noodles available, but the most popular types include Mandarin, a traditional medium noodle; Hakka, a wide flat noodle; and Tainan, a thin, skinny noodle. Different packages include:
- Best Sellers Bundle: For $24.99, this pack offers A-Sha’s three most popular noodle and sauce combinations — Tainan noodles with sesame sauce; Mandarin noodles with original sauce; and Hakka noodles with chili sauce.
- Starter Bundle: Starting at $37.99, this bundle serves as the perfect way to introduce A-Sha into any kitchen. The Starter Bundle includes a mixed variety of five noodles and sauces, including Mandarin and Hakka Noodles with original sauce; Hakka noodles with original and chili sauce; and, lastly, Tainan noodles with original sauce.
- Family Bundle: This bundle is $73.99 and perfect for the ultimate noodle lover or a busy family. The Family Bundle includes seven noodle and sauce combinations, ranging from A-Sha’s most popular flavors to new flavors.
- Dan Dan Noodle Only: This $18.99 bundle allows customers to stock up on dry noodles for soups, stir fry and more.
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