The soups currently come in four flavors, each with a more than ample amount of glistening bean thread noodles (also known as crystal noodles or glass noodles) in a steaming bowl of savory broth. There’s plenty of broth for the broth lovers, plenty of noodles for the noodle lovers, and lots of other good “stuff” to boot.
Spicy Sesame Paste is a famous Szechuan “Tan-Tan” recipe, and it is true to its peppery Szechuan roots. It’s chock full of bok choy, which looks as if it were just picked from the garden, and topped with soy protein. (280 calories)
Spicy Tofu is another traditional Szechuan recipe, topped with good-tasting tofu. Again, don’t let thoughts of mild tofu blind you: this soup is hot (as in hot chile oil). (290 calories)
Vegetables & Eggs has an authentic soy sauce soup base. It’s full of nutritious vegetables like bok choy, carrots and spinach, and is sprinkled with traditional Chinese soft egg flowers. (180 calories)