"Instant noodles" that you can easily buy at supermarkets and convenience stores. But did you know that there are some rare "local instant noodles"? I would like to introduce three of them together.
Abek Ramen"Abeck Ramen" sold by "Itsuki Foods" in Kumamoto is a long-selling product released in 1960. Since it is for two people, it seems that the product name was the popular word "Abeck" at the time of its release. I heard the word Abek for the first time in a while.
To make it, put the noodles in boiling water, boil for 3 minutes, add the soup and let it blow. Serve in a bowl and add your favorite ingredients to complete.
Tonkotsu-flavored soup is entwined with the chewy and supple noodles. I imagined a thick system, but it was surprisingly easy. It has a mellow taste and a slight spice, giving it an elegant taste that permeates the body. It's delicious to eat alone.
By the way, if you fry the boiled noodles and meat and vegetables together, add hot water and soup to make champon, if you combine it with soup and sauce, you can make yakisoba, and if you cool the soup and serve ham and vegetables, you can make chilled ramen. increase. Please enjoy making it together at Abek.
Marutai Ramen (Stick Ramen)In Kyushu and Fukuoka, " Marutai Ramen" is familiar with "Stick Ramen". It is cheap, easy and delicious. One bag contains noodles, soup, and seasoning oil for 2 servings.
To make it, boil the noodles in boiling water for 3 minutes, turn off the heat, add the soup and seasoning oil, and mix gently to complete. It doesn't come with any ingredients, so you can add your favorite ingredients to make it gorgeous.
The noodles are a straight type and have a smooth and smooth texture. Since it is a non-fried non-steam manufacturing method, it is not greasy and has a finish close to that of raw noodles.
The soup has a soy sauce flavor based on pork and chicken. Bonito extract and powdered miso are also used, and the taste is well blended. The seasoning oil adds a sizzle and accent to the taste. If you want more punch, it is recommended to add a little green onion oil.
Okiko ramenThe bag noodle " Okiko Ramen " sold by "Okiko" in Okinawa. It has been on sale since 1966, and at its peak, 2.5 million meals were made a month.
Okiko's recommended way to eat is to pour boiling water as it is like a snack and simmer it in a pot like a soup. First of all, if you try it as it is, it has a junk taste like candy. You can enjoy the crunchy and crunchy texture of the noodles.
To make ramen, put noodles in a bowl, add 200cc of boiling water, wait for about 4 minutes, and stir well to finish. The soup has a mellow taste with a fluffy chicken aroma. The slightly “in the first place” texture of the noodles makes you feel nostalgic.
All of them are "instant noodles", so if you are hungry, you can make and eat them immediately. If you buy it while traveling, you can easily enjoy the local taste at home.