I Tried Making Nissin Cup Noodle Seafood with Milk
As you know, Nissin Cup Noodle is Japan’s No.1 instant cup ramen, and many flavors in the series have a simple and good taste.
So some Japanese like to add something to make them more addictive, and those additions include tomato juice and milk.
Nissin Cup Noodle Milk Seafood
Several years ago, making Nissin Cup Noodle Seafood with milk became a popular topic on some Japanese sites.
And this time, I thought I wanted to try it, and thus, I prepared these things. As you can guess, the recipe is simple and easy as follows.
The preparation is to pour boiling milk instead of hot water, close the lid, and let the noodles steep for 3 minutes. That’s it!
Three minutes later, peel off the lid, and you can enjoy it.
The resulting broth has a whitish hue, but it is not so milky, and I found milk makes the seafood ramen richer in taste.
The ramen tastes very good with no peculiar smell, and I thought the recipe lived up to its reputation.