Dr. McDougall's, Asian Entrée, Spicy Kung Pao Noodle, 2 oz (56 g)
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- Right Foods
- All Natural
- Quick to Microwave
- 220 Calories per Serving
- Sourced No BPA
Sustaining The Earth
At Dr. McDougall's Right Foods we believe that what's good for the earth is good for you, too. That's why we make choices for our packaging and for the delicious meals we provide that ensuring a smaller impact on the environment and a greater, positive impact on your wellbeing.
We use paper because it is a renewable natural resource, lightweight and BPA free. The cup you are holding is from paper sourced exclusively from responsibly managed forests.
We wish you health, longevity & happiness.
That's why Dr. McDougall's Right Foods Asian Noodles taste great, but don't have the heavy oil, fat and salt of many other brands.
Enjoy this mouth-watering meal of Kung Pao Noodles. It's only 220 calories and provides 8 g plant based protein and 2 g fiber.
Cooking Instructions: Microwave for best results.
Microwave Cooking Directions
- Remove the lid.
- Remove flavor packet and pour contents into cup.
- Add room temperature water to fill line inside cup (about 2" above bottom of cup). Stir well.
- Microwave on high for 2 minutes.
Caution: Microwave oven power may vary. If yours heats faster than most, adjust by starting with cooler water or by reducing cooking time or power level. Stop microwave if product is overcooking.
- Remove from microwave, stir and cover.
- Let stand covered for 5 minutes or until noodles are tender and sauce thickens. Stir again and enjoy.
Boiling Water Directions: Follow instructions above except add boiling water to fill line and do not microwave. Let stand covered about 6 minutes or until noodles are tender and sauce thickens. Stir again and enjoy.
Stir in ideas: Vegetables, tofu, tempeh
Noodles (wheat flour, brine, salt), vegetables* (garlic, shallots, chili peppers, carrots, red bell, shiitake, cabbage, green onion), organic evaporated cane juice, soy sauce powder (soybeans, wheat), peanuts, yeast extract, potato starch, vinegar, spices, sesame, natural flavors (vegan), citric acid.
Manufactured in a facility that uses peanuts
Caution: Cup and food may be hot. Please handle with care.
|Serving Size: 56 g|
|Serving Per Container: 1|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||20|
|Total Fat||2 g||3%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||42 g||14%|
|Dietary Fibers||2 g||8%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
iHerb Customer Reviews
Saw very positive review here, so I decided to give a try. very small portion, strange taste, low quality…. Will never buy this again.
Contains gluten, so I am phasing them out in my pantry. But the taste is good, same with the texture. Good as a quick warm lunch, and with some tofu it is a full dinner.
Good and spicy
Posted by livetsrose on Mar 17, 2016
This one was very good. Compared to another Dr. McDougall's noodle box, I feel like this one is bigger. It's the same size, but you feel more full after eating this. It's spicy and good. I tasted the Dr. McDougall's pad thai yersterday, and I'm glad this one is a little bit more spicy. I'll probably buy this product again.
Posted by 5463096521664090924 on Oct 02, 2015
not a kong bao chicken taste, strange and the noodle is too bad, I throw after I have a bite because nobody like it.
Posted by 5165585829204024721 on Oct 30, 2014
Not bad but it has an aftertaste that stayed with me all day that i didn't care for. I would go with another noodle instead of this one or get the rice.
Posted by 5504856457952487932 on May 27, 2014
I admit - I add fresh chilli to this one. But it is fine without it. I also like to add some fresh veg and make this a more filling lunch meal for when I am at work. Easy to make with boiling water, just make sure to let it stand to soften the noodles.