How to Cook “Hiyashi Chuka”

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Introduction: How to Cook “Hiyashi Chuka”

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“Hiyashi Chuka” is a cold Japanese dish with “Ramen” noodles and various toppings.

It is a very typical noodle dish served during theyears ago.

Step 1: ​“Ramen” Noodle

“Ramen” noodle is boiled and then cooled in ice cold water, and placed on a dish, usually not as deep as regular “Ramen” bowl.

Popular toppings include, egg crepe strips, cucumber, ham, and bean sprouts.

Others include,tomato, steamed chicken, and seaweed, etc…depending on restaurants or homes.

Step 2: Toppings

Toppings are usually stripped and placed neatly on top of the noodles, as seen in the picture.

Soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame based cold dressing is poured over the noodles and toppings.

It is also common to put some “Karashi” mustard as a supplement.

Step 3: Enjoy This Healthy Noodle

Please enjoy this healthy noodle dish during the summer!

Step 4: You Finished!!

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    I and my hubby love noodles so I think I will try this. It is not fat and easy to prepare.

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    I and my hubby love noodles so I think I will try this. It is not fat and easy to prepare.

    I and my hubby love noodles so I think I will try this. It is not fat and easy to prepare.

    Mmmm... Looks delicious... It's not a surprise I'm hungry after reading this instructable. Good job!

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    I'm stuck on how to get the Ramen. The stuff you see in the grocery stores here in the US are mostly, if not all, that quintessential Japanese joke, the Instant Ramen.

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    I can easily buy Ramen in a supermarket in Japan. Or you can make kneading wheat flour!!

    see if you can find specialty stores in your area. whole foods has some good products. (we have alot of stores that sell just the noodles in bulk.) otherwise there are some instructables on how to make your own.