Malony harusame, or malony, is a versatile ingredient, it can be used for various cuisines and menus. It retains flavor and is hard to break down. Boiled harusame is a low-calorie product, about 70 to 90 Kcal per 100g (3.52oz). Dry harusame noodles increase in size, 4 to 5 times the amount when boiled. Malony is Gluten Free noodle made from potato starch and corn starch.
Specifications • Manufacturer: Malony • 2.2lbs (1kg) • Country of Origin: Japan
Menu & Applications It can be used for various foods such as hot pots, simmered dishes, salads, soups, and stir-fries.
How to cook. To cook, boil the noodles for 5-7 minutes. Malony noodles have no taste themselves. When making a hot pot, place the dry noodles in the pot and boil your stew. It should only take 7 minutes for the pot and noodles to be ready.
Background Story Maloney harusame was released in 1964. As a long-selling product, it is currently the no.1 brand within domestic, Japanese harusame products. Typical domestic harusame, which was sold at the time, was weak to heat and easily broke down; but, the concept of malony led to the development of a "new manufacturing method," which created the special “1000 Maloney" harusame that was resistant to heat and harder to break down. The product name "Maloney" was decided in-house and means "mellow boiled food".