Nissin’s Classic UFO Sauce Yakisoba Instant Noodle
Yakisoba is one of the noodle dishes representing Japan made by stir-frying wheat noodles with meat, such as pork belly, and vegetables like cabbage, onion, and carrot.
We Japanese often enjoy it at home, so the pre-prepared noodles are available at every supermarket, and the products usually come with a flavor packet.
Also, Japan has a wide variety of instant Yakisoba noodles, among which Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba and Peyang Sauce Yakisoba are top-selling products.
The former is best-known in the western part of Japan, while those living in East Japan are more familiar with the latter.
Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba
As I recently had the former Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba, I will share its in-depth information this time for people curious about Japanese instant noodles.
Nowadays, you can effortlessly get the UFO instant Yakisoba noodle (Price: 193 yen/about 1.5 USD) on Amazon.com, where the product has a good reputation among customers.
Thus, first and foremost, let me introduce how to cook it. Here, I will share the cooking process with photos.
|First, remove the outer plastic packaging.
|Then, separate the orange packet from the lid. It contains special Furikake (ふりかけ) seasoning for this noodle.
|Next, peel back the paper lid to the No.2 dotted line on the surface.
|Take the yellow sauce packet out of the container.
|Then, pour boiling water into the cup until the dried noodle block is entirely soaked.
|Close the lid and place the yellow packet on top. Then let the noodles steep for 3 minutes.
|3 minutes later, peel off the seal on the corner of the lid.
|Drain the water in the container through the holes.
|Remove the lid and add the special Yakisoba sauce to the cooked noodles.
|Then give it all a good stir.
|As a finishing touch, sprinkle the Furikake flakes over the noodles.
|Now it’s ready to eat. Enjoy the UFO Sauce Yakisoba noodles!
The most striking feature of this noodle is the addicting savory taste from the sweet and thick special Yakisoba sauce.
The thick straight noodles are also pleasantly chewy and pair perfectly with the flavorful sauce.
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