Try Making “Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba Pan” Hot Dog
When I stopped by a 7-Eleven store on the way to work yesterday, I purchased a quirky hot dog bun together with a bowl of pre-cooked ramen.
Actually, I had been a little curious about the newly released sandwich bun over the last few weeks because of its food combination.
Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba Pan
What drew my interest this time is this Japanese hot dog bun called Yakisoba Pan (焼きそばパン), where the Yakisoba (焼きそば) noodles come in the slit of a partially sliced bun.
That food combination might sound strange, but Yakisoba Pan has long been a staple in Japan and is available at almost every convenience store.
And this one uses Nissin UFO’s Yakisoba sauce as its main seasoning, which is why I wanted to try it.
For the unfamiliar, Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba is one of Japan’s top-selling, most-loved instant Yakisoba noodles. It features its special thick Yakisoba sauce, which is famous for being addictive.
Thus, thanks to the special Yakisoba sauce, the 7-Eleven’s Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba bun was nicely savory and flavorful compared to the average Yakisoba Pan.
How to Make (Easy Recipe)
If you live outside of Japan, you might think it is hard to try the noodle bun.
But with Nissin UFO Sauce Yakisoba, you can effortlessly make it by simply cooking the instant Yakisoba and putting the prepared noodles in the slit of a hot dog bun.
For those interested in this method, I share the cooking instructions for the UFO Sauce Yakisoba instant noodle.