Thursday, August 26, 2010

Food Trip Friday---Hiyashi Tantanmen

---Hiyashi Tantanmen---

Hiyashi Tantanmen is made with a flavored ground meat and spicy sesame sauce over cold noodles topped with thinly sliced cucumber and boiled egg and is usually served during the summer. Japanese loves to eat cold noodles to beat the summer heat just like Hiyashi Chuka. You can buy tantanmen noodle set from your favorite asian store but here in Japan, it is available at supermarkets and can easily done at home--all you have to do is follow the package instructions and prepare the toppings and viola! You're all set!^_^



An entry for Food Trip Friday. Chibugan na!!\(^0^)/

25 comments:

Mrs. Kolca said...

Never tried cold noodles in my life. Yummy kaya? Hihi. No idea.

Vernz said...

maraming ready made noodles na made in Japan sa local mall dito sa Davao, ni try ko minsan .. ang sarap nga ng noodles.. kaso di ako marunong gumawa ng japanese touch na food ..hahaha... pero yang sa yo mukhang masarap..

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kikamz said...

sarap naman nitong prinepare mo mommy clang! miss ko na jap food... huhu! ikain mo na lang ako.

uu, preschooler na si sam ko. bilis ng panahon oi!

FoodTripFriday said...

Pwede ba na kapag ako ang kakain niyan eh mainit na sabaw ang ilalagay ko. :D

Guiltless Grub said...

This would be great here as we're on a heat wave mode...Phew! wish I knew how to make this.

Sreisaat said...

Hi Clarissa!
I was introduced to cold noodles by my Japanese housemate. Initially I find it strange but when I had cold buckwheat noodles, ooh-la-la, very refreshing and great indeed to beat the summer heat.

We Ate This!

Allen's Darling said...

grabee n kalami ang mga foodie d2 ....musta na

chubskulit said...

Every Friday kumakalam sikmura ko sa gutom and I am drooling lol. Presentation pa lang madarap na!

Spice Up Your Life

Mylene said...

Gusto ko ang ganitong noodles mommy, lalo na pag sinabawan :) Solve na!

u8mypinkc00kies said...

noodles!!! ♥ love it, haven't tried it cold though.

Luna Miranda said...

i love the balance of this dish. i'm carving for some hot noddles.:p

Rossel said...

hmmm...parang nalalasahan ko dito...ehehe. seriously, looks very delicious. may veggies at ang daming eggs.

Gizelle said...

aww! Another one for the book! Nagulat na naman ako sa song mo dito at shempre napakanta ahaha...fave ko din si Utada along with Arashi. :) Genki ne!

Certified Foodies said...

Wow. I love your photos! :)

I haven't tried cold noodles yet. But, this sure looks yummy, especially with the eggs. :)

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Cecile said...

wow, mukhang masarap to ah, ma try ko nga minsan :-); musta ka na dear? sensiya na tagal na ko wala naka bloghop...busy na naman this school year :-)

Wifey10 said...

Looks yummy ate Clang, I like noodles and hard boiled egg and spicy food! andito lahat!yum yum..hehe..Enjoy ur weekend te.. :)

Dee said...

My hubby and son would love this for sure. They're fan of noodles super! They'd eat noodles three times a day if they can, lol! :)

Bambie dear ★ said...

parang di ko pa yata natikman yan pero mukhang masarap at syempre healthy =)

♥ joei said...

hi clarissa!

thanks for visiting my site. i added a link to your blog from mine in case you want to exchange links :)

anyway, the food looks yummy! i miss doing foodtrip friday's. maybe next week.

have a great week ahead of you!

☆ definitely, maybe ☆

Kero said...

haaay ang sarap-sarap. and looks really healthy ha?! I like anything with noodles and boiled eggs hihi

MinnieRunner said...

Looks good :) Yummy!

Dhemz said...

agoy kalami man kau sa prep....pang five star man kau tawon....wala pako ka tilaw ani mamiClang...murag lami kau ilab-ok dayon pag parisan sa beer..ehhehehe!

niko said...

gusto ko ung egg hihihih :)

*♥Shydub♥* said...

Pa lafang naman diyan, para plang spag ano na my itlog hehe. yummmm

Mel Cole of PA, USA said...

Oh wow, I'm truly drooling while looking at your food photos Clar. That made me think that I should be cooking some noodle recipes these days, especially asian taste ones.

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