Tsukemen Dipping Noodles

 

Tsukemen noodles are a close cousin of ramen noodles and are especially enjoyed during hot days when you don’t feel like eating a hot soup. Tsukemen literally means dipping noodles in Japanese and is enjoyed by serving cold noodles that are dipped in a tasty broth before being eaten. The popularity of tsukemen has grown since the beginning of the century and they now have their own dedicated food festivals across the country.

The great thing with this dish is you can add a variety of toppings according to your own taste and dietary requirements. These noodles are quick and easy to prepare so you can enjoy the rest of the evening with your family or friends! This recipe explains how to make cold noodles to dip in a hot broth.

Group 1 person  Time 15 minutes  Hourglass 10 minutes  Money_pound save

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