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Hot Potato

Enjoy the taste of Hokkaido in soup.
This potato soup is mild and creamy.

Enjoy the simple potato soup.
Make your own simple recipe.
The soup has a pleasantly thick consistency and savoriness.

This potage soup is made with delicious Hokkaido potatoes pureed gently to preserve the authentic taste of potato.
It provides both the soft and fluffy texture of fresh-baked potatoes, and a rich and thick consistency. These dry mashed potatoes are easy to arrange into a meal of your own creation, as well as having as potage soup. Try different uses to find your favorite dish. Made with 100% Hokkaido-grown potatoes.

The secret to their starchiness
What are dehydrated instant mashed potatoes?

  • Peel and steam the potatoes.

  • Puree the steamed potatoes.

  • Dry and preserve them as flakes.

How to make soup

  • Pour 150 ml of hot water into a cup.

  • Pour contents of packet into the cup and stir for 20 seconds.

●Components of the potato may settle on the bottom, but does not affect the quality of the product.
●Stir the soup to get more of the potato flavor.
●Caution when cooking and drinking to avoid burns.
●Consume promptly after the soup is made.

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Dehydrated mashed potatoes (non-GMO) (made with 100% Hokkaido-grown potatoes), glucose, powdered vegetable fat, cheese powder, maltodextrin, salt, creaming powder, onion powder, yeast extract, pepper, garnish (parsley) / seasoning (amino acids and other: contains soy), calcium phosphate, thickener (xanthan gum), flavors

This product contains the following allergens:<Specified allergens and those equivalent to specific allergens>

Milk components, soy

*In accordance with the Food Labeling Act, Calbee labels a total of 27 ingredients: mandatory items (7 items), and items that are recommended to be indicated(20), if used as an ingredient in their product.

19 g per 1 Serving SizeEstimated Value

81 kcal
1.5 g
2.7 g
12.7 g
Salt equivalent
1.0 g

This is a translation of indicated items according to the Food Labeling Act of Japan.
Information given in Japanese is the official version.
Calbee is not liable for the accuracy of translation into each language.

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