Hmm … It should be a combination of Korean cold noodles and cold Chinese (Chinese noodles). The cold Chinese recipes on the Japanese website are dry mixed. But I remember the obvious soup in "Late Night Canteen" … anyway.
|Noodles (preferably soba noodles)||100g|
Bring to a boil, shred the carrots, and blanch them for a while to remove. Make sure they are as hard as the cucumbers and tomatoes in the back.
Cook the noodles in the water that has blanched the carrots. Soba is harder to cook, please cook for a while. (I use ordinary noodles)
Shred cucumber and slice tomato. Beat the eggs and add salt.
Make cold noodle juice. Pour half a bowl of water, then a spoonful of sugar and a spoonful of vinegar. In short, ensure that the ratio of sweet and sour is 1: 1. I haven't written anything about salt and chili powder, and everyone has their own taste.
Fried eggs. Heat the pan and pour the oil. The oil heats the eggs and spreads them into thin omelets. Shred out the pan.
The noodles were fished out and put in cold noodle juice.
Cover cucumber noodles, tomato slices, carrot slices, and eggs on the cold noodles. Then there is no w