Try these delicious noodles’ recipes that will warm you up during the cold season!
Japanese Recipe -73
A Japanese dish of fried noodles, Iwashi (sardine) and vegetables, served with a thick, sweetish sauce.
Sardines are a common food around the world and Japan is no exception. A high source of Omega 3, they make a healthy addition to any meal.
Although containing the word “Soba” which are noodles made from buckwheat, Yakisoba noodles are made from wheat flour and first appearing in the early 20th century are a relatively new addition to Japanese cuisine.
This Premium Yamahai Kizakura is ideal for “Iwashi Yakisoba”
Kizakura Yamahai Jikomi is a mellow and soft Sake. Semidry and rich in flavour with some honey hints of aroma drink cold.
Japanese Recipe – 74
Chazuke is a very popular, traditional Japanese dish made by pouring hot green tea over rice with savory toppings. This time it is used Instant Chazuke Mix and cooked Soumen instead of rice.
Chazuke is a simple dish which is made by adding the instant Chazuke which contains seaweed and crispy cracker with green tea powder to rice, and then simply adding hot water. It can also be used in other dishes such as noodles.
Mentsuyu is Japanese soup base used in Soba, Udon and noodle dishes. It is made from soy sauce, Kombu (kelp), Katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes), Mirin and Japanese cook Sake.
This Otokoyama Tokubetsu Junmai is ideal for “Soumen Chazuke”
Otokoyama Tokubetsu Junmai
This Tokubetsu Junmai has an earthy yet sweet aromatic nose that borders on ripe fruit. The strength in this brew rests in it unmistakable dryness and working. With no sweet element aftertaste.
Japanese groceries are available at Lion Oriental Foods Co.