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Sunfeast Yippee Pasta Flavors Review – 4 Variants 1 Winner!

We tried and tasted 4 flavors from the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range. While some were downright delicious others left us disappointed. Let’s find out our winner below.

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4 / 5


We liked the overall taste and texture of the Masala Pasta Treat and the Sour Cream Onion variant. However, the Tomato Cheese and the Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta were a disappointment and failed to justify the flavor tag. The ratings are for the masala variant.

While some are ardent fans of cheesy pastas there are others who love chatpata and masaledaar pastas. And Sunfeast offers something for everyone through their instant pasta range. 

We picked up 4 variants from the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range – Masala, Tomato Cheese, Sour Cream Onion and Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta. In our review, we closely gauge how flavorful these pastas turn out, their texture, and how easy the cooking process is. We at Team Mishry were super excited for this review test.

Which flavor from the above list hit the bullseye? Find out in our Sunfeast Yippee Pasta Flavors review.

In 2021, we reviewed the 3 different pazzta flavors from the Maggi Pazzta range.

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta – Variants We Tried

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta – Everything You Need To Know

Before heading over to the detailed review of the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta, here we have listed the available variants, quantities, price range and shelf life.  

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The 4 different flavors from the Sunfeast Pasta range we reviewed!

1. Available Variants

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta is available in the following variants :

  • Pasta Treat Tomato Cheese 
  • Pasta Treat Sour cream and Onion
  • Pasta Treat Masala
  • Pasta Treat Cheese
  • Tricolor Pasta Masala
  • Tricolor Pasta creamy corn

2. Available Quantities

All the variants from the Sunfeast Yippee pasta range are available in a standard quantity of 65 gm. 

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3. Price Range

The price range for the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta is between INR 25 to INR 28. 

4. Shelf Life

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta comes with a shelf life of nine months from packaging.

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta – Our Review Factors

Here is the list of the different review factors explained in detail : 

1. Packaging

The right packaging of any instant pasta will help ensure that the contents inside remain free from moisture. 

The Sunfeast Yippee Pasta has a different color packaging for each flavor. The tastemaker is packed in a separate small silver color pouch. 

2. Main Ingredients

The main ingredients used for making the pasta of the 4 variants that we reviewed are : 

  • Masala, Tomato Cheese &  Sour Cream Onion Pasta – Wheat Semolina (SUJI) (100%).
  • Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta – Wheat semolina (99.3%), Paprika extract powder (0.4%) [Paprika extract, maltodextrin and antioxidant (INS 319)], Spinach extract powder (0.3%) [Spinach extract, maltodextrin, and Thickener (INS 414)]. 

Here are the 7 main ingredients used in the tastemaker of the 4 flavors that we reviewed : 

  • Masala – Dairy whitener {Milk solids, Refined sugar and emulsifiers [(INS 339 (ii)), (INS 339 (iii))]}, Iodised salt, Refined sugar, dehydrated onion, Hydrogenated vegetable oil, Dehydrated garlic and Dehydrated Fenugreek leaves (0.04%). 
  • Tomato Cheese – Milk solids, Dairy Whitener {Milk solids, Refined Sugar and emulsifiers [INS 339(ii), INS 339 (iii)]}, Wheat flour (atta), Iodized salt, Hydrogenated Vegetable oil, Dehydrated Onion bits, and Tomato powder (6.5%).
  • Sour Cream Onion – Milk solids, Dairy Whitener {milk solids, refined sugar and emulsifiers [INS 339 (ii), INS 339 (iii)]},Wheat flour (atta), Iodized salt, Hydrogenated vegetable fat, Corn flour and Dehydrated onion (6.0%).
  • Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta –   Milk solids (24.3%), Refined Palm oil, Starch, Iodized Salt, Maltodextrin, Sugar, and Dehydrated Garlic. 

3. Taste

The credit for the overall taste of a packaged pasta goes to the tastemaker. Does the flavor tag justify the taste delivered? Is there any ingredient that is overpowering and impacts the flavor negatively? Which variant delivers the most intense flavor? How well is the pasta seasoned? 

4. Appearance

The Sunfeast Pasta range includes different shapes of pasta. The masala variant includes fusilli pasta. The Tomato Cheese and Sour Cream Onion includes macaroni pasta. The Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta includes green, white and orange color fusilli pasta. 

Once cooked, are the pastas firm and do they retain their structure or do they become squidgy?

5. After Taste

Some instant pasta meals can have a very industrial and artificial aftertaste. Does the after taste of these pasta feel artificial or is it fresh?

6. Nutritional Information

Here is the nutritional information for all the 4 variants that we reviewed: 

  • Masala (per serve – 65gm) – 237 kcal, 1.4 gm added sugar, 7.8 gm protein, 2.6 gm fat. 
  • Tomato Cheese (per serve – 65gm) – 242 kcal, 0.3 gm added sugar, 7.8 gm protein, 2.6 gm fat.
  • Sour Cream Onion (per serve – 65gm) – 238 kcal, 0.3 gm added sugar, 7.2 gm protein, 2.6 gm fat. 
  • Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta (per 100 gm) – 384 kcal, 7.5 gm fat, 10.3 gm protein and 68.9 gm carbohydrate. 

7. Price

Economical or not? Are the pastas priced competitively?

Did you know that there are 17 different varieties of Pasta?

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta Flavors – Detailed Review

Sunfeast Yippee Pasta Masala  Tomato Cheese Sour Cream Onion Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta
Price  Rs. 28 Rs. 28 Rs. 28 Rs. 28
Quantity 65 grams 65 grams 65 grams 65 grams
Calories (per 65 gm) 237 kcal 242 kcal 238 kcal 384 kcal (per 100 gm)
Shelf Life  9 months from packaging  9 months from packaging  9 months from packaging  9 months from packaging 
Protein(per 65 gm) 7.8 gm 7.8 gm  7.2 gm protein  10.3 gm (per 100 gm)
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The vibrant color packs of the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range!

Before moving forward with the detailed review for each variant, here are a few points we would like you to know.

  • All the variants that we reviewed come in a quantity of 65 gm.
  • The tastemaker comes packed separately for all the variants.
  • We followed the exact same method of preparation as mentioned on the pack. From the cooking instructions to the quantity of water everything was followed as mentioned.
  • The pack mentions two methods for cooking this pasta including – stove top method and the microwave method. We followed the stove top method. 

1. Masala

Flavor - 4/5
Texture - 4/5

The Masala pasta variant has a yellow color outer pack. This variant includes fusilli shaped pasta. We checked for the aroma as we opened the tastemaker. It has a very Indian-style masala aroma, with a dominant presence of red chilli.

The tastemaker has a burnt orange color. Taste-wise, we loved this variant the most among the others. Post- cooking, we found the pasta to be well seasoned and masaledaar. The pasta is quick-cooking and soft but retains a marginal bite.

sunfeast yippee masala flavor pasta packaging
Sunfeast Yippee Masala Pasta bags a yellow color pack
uncooked masala flavor pasta and seasoning mix placed in separate bowls
The raw pasta and the seasoning of this variant
closer look at uncooked masala flavor pasta and seasoning mix
The contents of the Masala Pasta variant
masala flavor pasta after cooking
The pasta appeared well seasoned post cooking
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Closer look at the cooked Sunfeast Yippee Masala Pasta!


  • A 65 gm pack is priced at INR 28. 
  • Shelf Life : 9 months from packaging.
  • The pack mentions both the stovetop and microwave method for cooking the pasta. 
  • Shape of the pasta – Fusilli
  • It is a vegetarian product.


  • These pasta come out well seasoned post-cooking. 
  • The masaledaar flavor tastes delicious. 
  • These pasta have a nice bite to them. 
  • The saucemaker has an appetizing aroma. 

Best Suited For

For someone who loves a masaledaar and Indian style flavor, this variant is a must try.

2. Tomato Cheese

Flavor - 2/5
Texture - 2/5

This variant comes in an orange color outer pack. It includes the macaroni shaped pasta. The tastemaker has a prominent aroma of tomatoes. 

The tomato flavor seems very artificial. It lacks the freshness and tang expected from a tomato based pasta. Yes, even instant ones. Even the cheese flavor isn’t appetising.

Texture-wise also, we were not quite impressed with this tomato cheese pasta. Even though the entire cooking process was the same, this was mushier than the rest.

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The packaging of the Tomato Cheese flavor
uncooked tomato cheese pasta and seasoning mix
Preparations for our review process!
closer look at uncooked tomato cheese pasta and seasoning mix
The inside contents of the Sunfeast Tomato Cheese Pasta
closer look at tomato cheese pasta after cooking
The cooked Tomato Cheese Pasta


  • The shelf life of the product is 9 months from packaging. 
  • This flavor includes macaroni shaped pasta. 
  • These are non-fried pasta. 
  • The pasta is made of 100% suji and includes no maida. 


  • The tomato flavor in this variant tastes industrial.
  • We did not like the taste of cheese in this pasta. 
  • The fresh tomato tang in this variant is missing.

3. Sour Cream Onion

Flavor - 3/5
Texture - 3/5

The Sour Cream Onion variant from the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range comes in a green color pack. This is a macaroni shaped pasta.

The tastemaker is white in color and has a dominant aroma of cheese. We could smell it as soon as we opened the pouch.

Unlike the tomato cheese variant, the macaroni did not break or become a mush, the pasta retained its shape. Texture wise, it was slightly better than the other macaroni shape we tested. We liked the balanced seasoning and the mild flavor of cheese. There was also a hint of sourness, but the onion flavor wan’t prominent at all. The consistency of this pasta was slightly creamy. 

sunfeast yippee sour cream onion pasta packaging
Sunfeast Yippee Sour Cream Onion packaging
uncooked sour cream onion pasta and seasoning mix
The seasoning mix and raw pasta!
closer look at uncooked sour cream onion pasta and seasoning mix
Closer look at the uncooked pasta and seasoning mix
sour cream onion pasta after cooking
The pasta post cooking and ready to eat
closer look at sour cream onion pasta after cooking
Close look of the cooked Sour Cream Onion pasta


  • It comes in an attractive green color packaging. 
  • A 65 gm pack comes at a cost of Rs. 28. 
  • Shelf Life : 9 months. 
  • The cooking instructions are mentioned behind the back of the pack. 


  • Post-cooking, the pasta retained its shape well. 
  • The slight hint of sourness adds a nice flavor. 
  • Flavor of cheese is not unnaturally overpowering.
  • We liked the creaminess in this pasta. 

Best Suited For

If you wish to try something sour, cheesy and creamy, we recommend you to try this variant.  

4. Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta

Flavor - 1/5
Texture - 2/5

The Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta comes in a light blue color outer pack. This variant is different from the other three since it includes 3 different color pastas  – white, orange and green. These are fusilli shaped pasta.

During the dry inspection of the masala, we observed that the tastemaker was white in color. It has a prominent aroma of cheese which doesn’t ultimately reflect in the taste. We could see a few green specs and some pieces of dehydrated corn. Compared to the above 3 variants, this pasta turned out to be our least favorite. The process for cooking this pasta was slightly different than the above variants and we followed it thoroughly. 

The overall taste of this pasta was bland with no actual flavor of cheese. The seasoning is too low and consistency of the pasta is off. While the pasta cooked well, the creamy consistency we were looking for was missing. The amount of corn added was less compared to the overall quantity of the pasta. The fresh flavor of herbs was missing as well. 

sunfeast yippee creamy corn pasta packaging
The Creamy Corn Pasta comes in a blue color pack!
uncooked creamy corn pasta and seasoning mix
The contents after opening the pack
closer look at uncooked creamy corn pasta and seasoning mix
Closer look at the seasoning mix and uncooked pasta
creamy corn pasta in a bowl after cooking
The Creamy Corn pasta post cooking
closer look at the cooked creamy corn pasta
This variant lacks the creamy consistency


  • The 65 gm pack comes at a price of Rs. 28.
  • All the cooking instructions are mentioned on the pack. 
  • Shelf Life : 9 months from packaging. 
  • It includes fusilli shaped tricolor pasta. 


  • The pasta and dehydrated corn had cooked up well. 


  • This pasta contains low levels of salt. It has a bland taste. 
  • It lacks the rich creamy consistency. 
  • The proportion of corn to the overall pasta is less. 
  • The herby flavor is missing. 
  • While the aroma is cheesy, it does not taste like it.

Our Top Picks & Recommendations

From the 4 variants that we reviewed above, the Masala flavor turned out to be our Top Pick. We highly recommend trying this variant since it has a masaledaar taste and an appetizing aroma. 

The second variant that we liked from the above list was Sour Cream Onion. The combination of the cheese and sour flavor tasted delicious. 

The Tomato Cheese Pasta Treat and the Creamy Corn Tricolor Pasta were a let down and failed to impress us both taste and texture wise.

Final Words

We reviewed 4 different variants of pasta from the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range. The fact that these pasta are made using 100% suji is quite impressive. Each pack of the above instant pasta is ideal for single serving. 

Which flavor is your favorite from the Sunfeast Yippee Pasta range? Share with us in the comments below. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on Sunfeast Yippee Pasta

1. Is pasta healthy to consume?

This depends on the type of pasta you are consuming. There are lots of fresh, handmade pastas made using healthier flours like ragi, whole wheat, and chickpeas. Some are made using vegetables like beetroot and spinach. So do read labels and monitor your intake wisely. 

That said, any packaged food is best consumed in moderation since it contains ingredients that are not ideal for regular consumption. 

2. Is the pasta mix too spicy?

No, these masala mixes have low to medium spice levels. Only the masala variant is a bit higher than the rest. 

3. Is the pasta already prepared or does it need cooking?

The Sunfeast Yippee Pasta requires cooking. It can be cooked using two methods. The pack mentions the time and amount of water needed to cook the pasta. 

4. How to store the pasta after unpacking?

Ideally, Sunfeast Yippee Pasta are meant for one time consumption. While the pack mentions storing these in a cool and dry place, it does not mention how to store the pasta after unpacking. We would recommend transferring them in an airtight container and then storing them. Make sure that it stays away from moisture.

If you do agree with our review, please give it a thumbs up! And, tell us which one is your favorite from this list. If you don’t, please tell us why!

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