October 6, 2012

Meet The Manufacturer #888: Yamachan Ramen Nagasaki Sara Udon Chicken Flavor

Here’s something different. Sara Udon means plate noodles – what you have is a crispy noodle that is thin. You put them on the plate and crush gently, then add the sauce and during the meal, the noodles go from crisp to soft. It’s a texture sensation! Well, let’s check it out!

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Notice the directions.

Here are the noodles. Like big nests of thin noodles.

Here are the packets of liquid seasoning.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added yellow onion, broccoli, green bell pepper, chicken, green onion and Ajishima Kimchi furikake. The noodles are of a very interesting nature; when they don’t have sauce on them, they are crunchy. When they do, they absorb the liquid and become increasingly soggy – in a good way! The sauce is a slightly thick lightly chicken flavored concoction. The flavor is very nice – definitely not too salty at all and really tasty. This is a uniquely Japanese dish that evolves as you eat it – from crisp to soft noodle texture. Loved this one – 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 767921016809 .

Yamachan Ramen factory!

This guy looks pretty happy!

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

2 thoughts on “Meet The Manufacturer #888: Yamachan Ramen Nagasaki Sara Udon Chicken Flavor

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  2. 鳳玲 (@SchizoCheese)

    Oh, this is similar to a dish we have in Singapore called 生面. (Shengmian) It’s got crispy thin fried noodles, served with a thick seafood or meat based stew-sauce on top and accompanied by vegetables and seafood or meat.

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