Various kinds of ramen part 2

担々麺 Tantan-men
Tantan-men is a noodle dish originating from chinese sichuan cuisine. It consists of a spicy sauce containing preserved vegetables, chili oil, Sichuan pepper, minced pork,Sesame paste, and green onion served over noodles.


酸辣湯 Sanratanmen

Sanratanmen (noodles in hot and sour soup) is very similar to Sichuan hot and sour soup served with long noodles. The topping ingredients are sauteed and a thickener is added, before the mix is poured on the soup and the noodles.

冷やし中華 Hiyashi chuka

Hiyashi chuka is chilled ramen noodles with various toppings served in the summer. Toppings are usually colorful cold ingredients and a tare sauce.served with a vinegary soy dressing and karashi (Japanese mustard).
Popular toppings are strips of tamagoyaki (egg omelette), carrot, cucumber, ginger, ham, and chicken, or may also contain barbecued pork.




タンメン Tan-men

Tan-men is a mild, usually salt tasted soup, served with a mix of sauteed vegetables and seafood/pork. Not to be confused with the tantan-men.

ワンタンメン Wantan-men

Wantan-men has long straight noodles and wonton, served in a mild, usually salt tasted soup.

油そば Abura soba

Abura soba (“oil-noodles”). Essentially ramen and toppings served without the soup, but with a small quantity of oily soy-based sauce instead.

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