Recommended Unusual Ways to Cook Nissin Cup Noodles
Known as the world’s first instant cup noodle, even now, Nissin’s Cup Noodle line holds the largest share in Japan’s cup ramen market. Since the original product of the series, Cup Noodle Soy Sauce was introduced in 1971, Nissin has come out with numerous flavors, and accordingly, various unique ways to cook the cup ramen have been created by Japanese instant ramen lovers.
2 Unusual Ways to Make Nissin Cup Noodles that are Worth a Try
Out of those recipes, today I will introduce 2 unusual ways to make Nissin Cup Noodles that became a topic of conversation on the Japanese internet before. If you get curious about the tastes, why don’t you try these 2 unique recipes?
Nissin Cup Noodle Seafood and Milk
This weird recipe became a hot topic on some Japanese websites a few years ago. The cooking method is really simple. Instead of hot water, just pour boiling milk into a cup of Nissin Cup Noodle Seafood.
When the cup noodle is made with hot milk, the resultant seafood ramen gets a milder and richer taste. The ramen tastes kind of like a rich cream stew as it contains plenty of milk ingredients. By the way, this method can apply to other seafood-flavored instant ramens as well.
Nissin Cup Noodle Curry and Tomato Juice
This odd way also went viral on some Japanese websites. Actually, the recipe was on Nissin’s official website before. This method is also easy to try; Bring a liquid of water and 100 % tomato juice, at the ratio of 1 to 1, to the boil, and using the liquid make a cup of Nissin Cup Noodle Curry as usual.
The cooked noodle soup shown above has a reddish color and a thick consistency, featuring an intense flavor of curry and tomato juice. It tastes close to the popular Japanese-style pasta dish called “Spaghetti Naporitan“.