It's the mildly spicy miso noodle soup with the intimidatingly long name. "Ansung" is a small city in Korea (also Romanized "Anseong"), while "Tangmyun" means "noodle soup" Ansungtangmyun has long been a favourite for its comforting, agreeable flavour. The popularity of Nongshim's Ansungtangmyun stems from the tasty flavour and noodles that are thin yet chewy. The soup has a mild spicy flavour with seaweed flakes like any good miso soup. It is a favourite for people to add on their own ingredients, as the flavour works well with a variety of ingredients.
Product of Korea.
Noodles: Wheat Flour (67%), Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Corn Flour, Salt.
Soup Powder: Salt, Flavour Enhancer E621 E627 E631, Spices (Red Pepper, Garlic, Black Pepper, Onion Powder), Sugar, Soy Sauce Powder (Salt, Soy Bean), Soy Bean Paste Powder (Wheat Flour, Soy Bean, Salt), Dried Seaweed, Dried Green Onion, Dried Carrot, Glucose.
Boil 550 mL (about 2 1/3 cups) of water. Add noodles, soup base, and vegetable mix. Cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and enjoy.