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Koka Instant Noodles Review. Buy online at low price 85g packs (Veg+Chicken)

Koka is brand of instant noodle, manufactured by Tat Hui Foods Pte. Ltd. – a company founded in Singapore in 1986. Koka noodles are available in a variety of flavours, as packets or cup noodles. Koka Noodles are sold within Singapore, and since 1987, have been exported to markets across Asia, the Middle East, the United States, Europe, Africa and Oceania. Along with the Sanwa noodle brand, Tat Hui exports over 100 million packets a year, and are a leading brand in Ireland, behind Unilever's Pot Noodle, where they are distributed by Boyne Valley Foods.

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Koka Noodles chicken flavour noodles 85g, brought in from Singapore. Place noodles into 400ml of boiling water and cook for 2 minutes. Add seasoning and stir. Transfer to a bowl and serve.

Koka Noodles Chicken Flavour.

  • Chicken flavour
  • Easy to make and ready in few minutes with simple steps comes with a seasoning packet inside

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A Love Story Since 1986

Everyone has a favourite KOKA. Whether as a snack when cramming for exams, or a warm treat on a rainy day, KOKA Original Noodles have always been at the heart of many delicious memories.

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Koka Noodles Review

Koka Noodles review

Koka Noodles Healthy

How to make Koka Noodles?

  • Cooking instructions:
  • Place Koka noodles into 400ml of boiling water and cook for 2 minutes
  • Add seasoning and stir
  • Transfer to a bowl and serve

 

Technical Details

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Calories in Koka Noodles. The Original Chicken Flavour Oriental Instant Noodles 85g

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Koka The Original Chicken Flavour Oriental Instant Noodles 85g
Energy: 393 calories
Protein 9.2g
Carbs 50.5g
Fat 16.5g
511156

The proportion of total calories contributed by protein, carbs and fat.

 

Cooking and Preparation of Koka Noodles

Q: What is the best way to cook KOKA noodles?

A: There are many ways to enjoy our delicious noodles! Different noodles should be prepared differently. Simply follow the instructions on the pack to find out how to whip up a hearty bowl of noodles! Experiment with a variety of vegetables, proteins and garnishes to enrich and further spice up your meal. Check out our recipes, to discover some creative ways of preparing your favourite noodles!

Q: What is the 100% steam-baked method, and what difference does it make to the noodles?

A: Traditionally, instant noodles are deep-fried as a quick way to cook the noodles and remove water content at the same time in order to preserve the noodles. The steam-baked process achieves this same purpose by first steaming, then removing the moisture by baking the noodles slowly until it’s fully cooked. This method results in a healthier product that is low in fat.

Q: What does KOKA Noodles use to enhance the flavour of its noodles?

A: MSG is not the only thing that enhances flavour! Many foods such as soy, tomatoes, meat and vegetables are also key sources of natural glutamates, which can enrich the overall taste of the dish. KOKA uses more of these ingredients, herbs and spices to make our noodles tasty.

Q: I have heard that instant noodles offers no nutritional value as a meal. How true is this?

A: Instant noodles provide similar nutritional value to starch-based staples such as rice or bread. They are a carbohydrate-rich staple and play a vital role in a well-balanced diet. Just as you would not have a meal that only consists of white rice, be sure to add other foods such as eggs, lean meats and vegetables to your noodles as often as you can to ensure you are getting a well-balanced meal.

Q: Where can I find nutritional information for KOKA products?

A: You can find specific information about our products by selecting the relevant range under the ‘PRODUCTS’ tab located at the top of the page. You can also find this information on the back of KOKA packaging.

DIETARY REQUIREMENTS of Koka Noodles.

Q: I need to avoid gluten. What can I choose?

A: KOKA offers rice noodles as a gluten-free option under the KOKA Silk category.

Q: Are KOKA noodles Halal?

A: Yes, all KOKA noodles are Halal certified by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore.

Q: Are there preservatives in KOKA noodles?

A: KOKA noodles do not contain any preservatives.

Q: Are KOKA Original Chicken and Beef flavour noodles suitable for vegan? If so, why do they carry a brown dot (non-veg) instead of the green dot on the packaging?

A: Please rest assured that KOKA Original Chicken and Beef are suitable for vegan. The reason for the ‘brown dot’ on the packaging is because of the flavour names, as required by labelling regulations of some countries. However, they do not contain any ingredient of animal origin.

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Koka Instant Noodles: 8 DIY Healthy Noodle Recipes


When it’s late at night and hunger pangs come, our first instinct would be to reach for a packet of instant noodles. It’s easy to understand why instant noodles are one of our favourite comfort foods—they are easy to whip up even for those who can’t cook and are always guaranteed to taste good.

Admittedly, these noodles are not the healthiest food option, being high in carbohydrates, sodium, and fat. But don’t fret! In this post featuring eight Koka Noodles flavours, we share with you fuss-free ways to make your instant noodles healthier.

1. Duck-Flavoured Noodles with Veggies | Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Homestyle Braised

Duck Flavour
Look for instant noodles with the Healthier Choice Symbol, like the packet of Koka Noodles Purple Wheat Noodles. Made from purple wheat and purple corn, these noodles are packed with antioxidants such as anthocyanins. They are steam-baked, thus lower in fat.

Koka Purple Wheat Noodles

Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Homestyle Braised Duck Flavou
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Homestyle Braised Duck Flavour
• 20 g broccoli, chopped
• 20 g carrots, sliced
• ½ of big red chilli, sliced
• ¼ teaspoon of pepper

Steps:

1. Add noodles into 450 ml of boiling water in a pot. Then stir for 2 to 3 minutes.

2. Once the noodles are lightly cooked, add broccoli florets, carrots, and chillies, and stir.

3. Wait for 1 to 1.5 minutes for the vegetables to be slightly tender, then drain the water and put the noodles and vegetables into a bowl.

4. Add ½ a teaspoon of seasoning oil for a smoother texture and a dash of pepper for added spice, and mix well. Avoid adding seasoning powder, if low-salt meal is preferred.

 

2. Koka Noodles Vegetable Medley | Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Chilli and Lime Flavour

One way to make the Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Chilli and Lime Flavour healthy and flavourful is by adding greens that complement the original seasoning. The sweetness of the tomatoes, when coupled with the tanginess of the noodles’ lime flavour, is like yin to yang.

Koka Chilli and Lime Noodles

Koka Noodles Chilli and Lime Recipe
Koka Chilli and Lime Meal
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes
Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Purple Wheat Noodles Chilli and Lime Flavour
• 20 g broccoli, chopped
• 20 g tomatoes, sliced
• ½ of big red chilli, sliced
• 2 sprigs of Chinese celery
• ½ cup of shredded chicken

Steps:
1. Add noodles into 450 ml of boiling water in a pot. Then stir for 2 to 3 minutes.

2. Once the noodles are lightly cooked, add broccoli florets, tomatoes, chillies, and Chinese celery. Stir well to ensure the flavours of the vegetables are mixed with the noodles.

3. Wait for 1 to 1.5 minutes for the vegetables to be slightly tender, then drain the water and put the noodles and vegetables into a bowl.

4. Add ½ tablespoon of seasoning powder to the drained noodles and mix well. As the noodles are dry, a little bit of seasoning makes a big difference.

5. Add more fresh tomatoes and garnish with more Chinese celery. Top with shredded chicken.

3. Thai Tom Yum Special | Koka Signature Noodles Tom Yum Flavour
If you can’t do without seasoning entirely, try using less in your noodles for a meal that is lower in sodium. Top up your Koka Signature Noodles with lime for a burst of Vitamin C—and challenge your spicy food tolerance with a few chilli padi slices.

Koka Noodles Tom Yum Seasoning and Garnishes

Koka Tom Yum
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Signature Noodles Tom Yum Flavour
• ½ piece of lime
• ½ teaspoon of chilli padi

Steps:

1. Pour 320 ml of boiling water into the noodle bowl and add ½ tablespoon of seasoning powder and accompanying garnish. Stir and let the noodles simmer in the soup for 3 minutes.

2. Once cooked, squeeze half a lime into the soup and add chilli padi for added spiciness and tanginess.

4. Egg & Rice Fettuccine Bowl | Koka Silk Instant Rice Fettuccine Chicken Abalone
Lovers of rice who wish to be more selective about their carbohydrates can try the Koka Silk series. Consisting of gluten-free rice noodles, each Koka Silk meal will be a delight to consume because of the fettuccine’s silky and light texture. For this Chicken Abalone bowl, include an egg for extra protein goodness.

4) Koka Silk Chicken Abalone Rice Fettuccine
4) Koka Silk Chicken Abalone Rice Fettuccine
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Silk Chicken Abalone Rice Fettuccine
• 1 egg
• 1 teaspoon of liquid aminos

Steps:

1. In a pot, pour 320 ml of boiling water, crack an egg into the water, and let it cook for 1 minute.

2. Add noodles and accompanying garnish into the water, except the seasoning powder. Stir and let the noodles simmer in the soup for 3 minutes.

3. For some flavour, add a teaspoon of liquid aminos—a healthy alternative to soy sauce—into the soup. Once cooked, serve noodles in a bowl.

5. Beef Pho Healthy Noodle Bowl | Koka Silk Instant Rice Fettuccine Beef Pho

By adding a handful of bean sprouts and a sprinkling of lime zest, you can now have your own version of Beef Pho in less than 10 minutes. Bean sprouts are a good source of protein, Vitamin C, and folic acid.

Koka Noodles Silk Beef Pho

Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Silk Beef Pho
• 20 g of bean sprouts
• 1 egg
• 1 lime

Steps:

1. Blanch bean sprouts in boiling salted water for 30 seconds.

2. Pour 300 ml of boiling water into the noodle bowl, crack an egg into the water, and add ½ packet of seasoning powder and accompanying garnish. Let the noodles and the egg cook for 3 minutes.

3. Once cooked, mix bean sprouts into the bowl.

4. For a citrusy flavour, zest 1 lime with a grater and garnish with some finely grated lime skin.

6. Light And Easy Laksa | Koka Signature Noodles Laksa Singapura Flavour
It is tough to pass on the seasoning for this local favourite, so go ahead and pamper yourself with the full packet, but do top up your meal with a wholesome egg and bok choy, which are low in calories and rich in Vitamin B.

6) Koka Signature Noodles Laksa Singapura Flavour

6) Koka Signature Noodles Laksa Singapura Flavour
Koka Laksa Singapura Seasoning and Garnishes
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Signature Noodles Laksa Singapura Flavour
• 2 stalks of bok choy
• 1 egg
• ½ teaspoon of belachan chilli

Steps:

1. In a pot, pour 320 ml of boiling water, crack an egg into the water, and cook it for 1 minute.

2. Add noodles into the pot and include all accompanying seasoning, oils and garnish. Cook for 3 minutes.

3. Mix bok choy into the pot and cook for about 30 seconds until they become bright green and slightly tender.

4. For added spiciness, add ½ a teaspoon of belachan chilli and mix it into the soup.

5. Once cooked, serve noodles in a bowl.

 

7. Simple Chicken Noodle Bowl | Koka Signature Noodles Chicken Flavour


Let the richness of the chicken flavour shine through by keeping this dish simple. Add some leafy greens and egg for your daily dose of fibre and protein.

Koka Noodles Signature Chicken Seasoning and Vegetables
Koka Signature Noodles Chicken Flavour
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Signature Noodles Chicken Flavour
• 3 stalks of spinach
• 1 egg

Steps:

1. In a pot, pour 320 ml of boiling water, crack an egg into the water, and cook it for 1 minute.

2. Add noodles into the pot and include ½ a packet of seasoning powder and garnish. Cook for 3 minutes.

3. Mix spinach into the pot and cook for about 30 seconds until they become bright green.

4. Once cooked, serve noodles in a bowl.

8. Sweet and Spicy Mushroom Noodle Dish | Koka Signature Noodles Mushroom Flavour


Mix and match vegetables which are rich in colour to get as much nutrition in your meal. This colourful dish not only has an interesting texture due to its crunchy greens and springy noodles but also makes for a well-balanced snack.

Koka Signature Noodles Mushroom Flavour Seasoning and Vegetables

Koka Signature Noodles Mushroom Flavour
Serving size: 1 | Preparation time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

• 1 Koka Signature Noodles Mushroom Flavour
• 20 g of broccoli, chopped
• 20 g tomatoes, sliced
• ½ of big red chilli, sliced
• Optional: 30 g of enoki mushrooms

Steps:

1. Add Koka noodles into 320 ml of boiling water in a pot. Add ½ a packet of seasoning powder and garnish. Then boil and stir for 2 to 3 minutes.

2. Once the Koka noodles are lightly cooked, add broccoli florets, tomatoes, and chillies, and stir. If you have enoki mushrooms, add them into the pot as well.

3. Wait for 1 to 1.5 minutes for the vegetables to be slightly tender, then serve the noodles and vegetables in a bowl.

Instant noodles are not recommended as meal replacements but still serve as the ideal snack for many of us. The top tips for having a more balanced instant noodle meal are to go easy on seasoning powder or replace it with healthier alternatives. Throw in vegetables, too, for fibre and vitamins, and top up with an egg for protein.

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How to ‘Healthify’ Your Instant Koka Noodles

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Instant noodles are the best mid-afternoon pick-me-up or quick & easy meal,there are plenty of ways you can ‘healthify’ your instant noodles as well as new ranges of options available on the market to enjoy a healthier more nutritious instant noodles.

Sadly, instant noodles have earned a reputation for being a non-healthy snack option. But the truth is, there are many ways you can enjoy instant noodles in a healthier way.

Whether it’s by adding vegetables or protein or choosing a low-fat or baked noodle; you can make instant noodles healthy and guilt-free! Ready for instant noodles that are delicious and nutritious? Up your ramen game and try these healthy instant noodle recipes today!

Creative ways to enjoy instant noodles in a healthier way

It doesn’t matter which range you favour, you can make your KOKA instant noodles even healthier with some more creative delicious add-ons to boost their nutritional value.

Here are the best ways to healthify your instant noodles so that you can enjoy your favourite snack and help to meet all your daily nutritional needs:

1. Eat ‘rainbow’ for extra vitamins

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To increase your vitamin intake and to be sure you’re getting your recommended daily vegetable intake, think about adding colourful add-ons to your instant noodles.

Vegetables are a great partner for instant noodles, and when it comes to which vegetable you choose, it’s entirely up to your imagination!

A good place to start is by aiming for a ‘rainbow’ bowl. Choose a vegetable representing each colour of the rainbow to add to your noodles for a powerful boost of vitamin and nutritional value.

Think of iron-rich greens like spinach or kale. Green vegetables contain a range of phytochemicals that contain anti-cancer properties.

Red cherry tomatoes or red capsicum provide powerful antioxidants to help keep your heart healthy, while purple vegetables like eggplant and red cabbage contain the plant pigment anthocyanin – a compound that protects cells from damage, reduces cancer risk and improves heart and lung health.

Did you know KOKA Purple Wheat Noodles contain anthocyanin and delivers 3 times more antioxidants than red grapes?!

2. Add extra textures, instead of extra sodium

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Most types of Koka noodles come with toppings and flavour sachets already within the packet which gives a great boost of flavour.

If you find yourself wanting to add more flavour to your noodles with seasoning in addition to the flavour sachets, add different textures for intrigue instead. Since noodles are silky and smooth, look at adding crunchy or crispy textures to throw on top.

These can include braised pork belly or pork crackle, Thai-style crispy rice noodles, cashew nuts or even honey-glazed raw julienned carrots. You may also want to try adding a boiled egg and broth to turn your instant noodles into a delicious ramen-inspired meal.

3. Chop or spiralise veggies for added sweetness without additional sweet sauces

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A lot of popular sauces to pair with noodles (fish sauce, sweet chilli sauce, soy sauce, miso paste etc.) contain added sugars and are high in sodium. For an instant healthy switch, add sweet vegetables for a tasty topping rather than these less healthy sauce options.

Sweeten your instant noodles up naturally with sliced snow peas (they’re perfect for added texture too!). You can also stir in thinly sliced cabbage and spiralized zucchini or butternut squash for extra sweetness with added nutritional benefits.

If you do strongly prefer a sauce or paste, try to choose fresh herbs and spices as a substitute and mix together your own special concoction. Chopped chilli can add heat and flavour intensity, along with sesame oil, ginger, garlic and shrimp paste.

Herbs like coriander leaves, mint and basil also provide extra freshness and sweetness. Finish with a squeeze of lime and you’ll never go back to that bottle of fish sauce again!

4. Incorporate more parts of the food pyramid

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Koka noodles are a blank canvas for a variety of healthy foods – but they sure are a tasty one! If you do want to healthify your instant noodles the best way to do it is by incorporating ingredients (protein, veggies, dairy) in multiple portions of the healthy food pyramid!

Try to add something from each part of the pyramid. For example, up your protein intake by adding a sliced boiled egg to your noodles or a can of tuna. Get your daily dose of calcium by sprinkling sesame seeds, grated cheese or even beans and lentils over your noodles.

Another great noodle add-on with the nutritional benefits of protein, magnesium, copper, zinc and vitamin B1 is tofu! Adding baked tofu to your instant noodles will also give you some texture and taste variation for a truly satisfying noodle dish.

5. Add steamed veggies instead of stir-fried, raw or boiled

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Instant noodles paired with flavoursome vegetables are a match made in heaven. But instead of stir-frying your vegetables, try steaming them. Steaming your vegetables helps to maintain their nutrient content along with the colour and flavour.

What does this mean for your instant noodles? A more tasty, healthy meal! You can steam so many vegetables but our favourites to pair with noodles include bok choy, broccoli, asparagus, carrots and artichokes.

Not only are they super yummy and nutritious, but these vegetables are also sturdier and won’t mush easily; which is crucial in a Koka noodle dish!

6. Add a high-fibre topping

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Instant noodles are usually quite low in fibre, which is why you should try to add fibre to your daily Koka noodles, especially if you’re wanting to lose weight. Fibre benefits us in many ways, particularly our digestive system.

Fibre keeps your gut bacteria healthy, which reduces bloating and constipation as well as promotes fat loss by helping you to keep feeling fuller for longer. You can add fibre to your instant noodles with foods that are high in fibre or by choosing a wholegrain noodle like the KOKA Delight range.

7. Choose a baked option for a low-fat diet

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Fried Koka noodles typically have more fat, containing approximately 20g of fat per serve compared to non-fried noodles. In contrast, KOKA’s low-fat noodles are 100% steamed and baked, not fried – so they contain very little fat and are springier in texture making them delicious and guilt-free!

8. Look for the Healthier Choice symbol

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When buying your next snack, check to see if the instant noodles contain a Healthier Choice symbol on the packaging panel. Foods marked with the Healthier Choice symbol contain less sodium, saturated fat and sugar. KOKA Noodles first got its Healthier Choice symbol back in 2004!

Choose a better instant noodle

With a few healthy changes you can enjoy your favourite instant noodles in a healthier way, no matter the range you choose! Yet, as noodle lovers and consumers continue to demand healthier food options.

That’s why we delight in our KOKA Noodles Delight range and harness the nutritional power of purple with our Purple Wheat range of Koka noodles. Our KOKA Delight range is made from wholesome wholegrains with <2g fat per 100g of noodles and our KOKA Purple Wheat noodles contain anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant found in purple grains.

The healthy noodle options don’t stop there though! Keep posted on our new ‘baked multigrain cup’ using purple corn. Visit our homepage for more updates!

 

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