Noodle Care


Making your own ramen and fresh noodle dishes at home is as easy as stir, strain, slurp! But there are a few ground rules to storing and cooking Sun Noodles properly. Treat your noodles well, and your taste buds will thank you.

Follow these quick tips and you’ll be cooking the perfect noodle in no time.
Noodles don’t like to wait!

Prepare your broth and garnishes first. Noodles should be boiled, strained (no need to rinse) and placed into broth immediately. The longer they stay out in the open air, the stickier they get.

Noodles don’t like to share!

Don’t boil your noodles in your broth, or use the noodle water to make your broth. The noodles will release starches in the water that will give your broth an odd taste and texture.

Do not add salt
Noodles don’t need salt!

Ramen noodles already have salt in the dough. Boil them in a large pot of unsalted water.

Freezing noodles
Noodles can be frozen!

But please, thaw them gently in the fridge overnight to avoid abrupt temperature changes. Our noodles will keep for up to six months in the freezer, or 10 to 14 days in the fridge.