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Hiyashi Chuka (Japanese Chilled Ramen Noodles)

   

Hiyashi Chuka

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Hiyashi chuka (冷やし中華) is a Japanese chilled ramen dish with vibrantly colourful toppings and served with a cold sesame-vinegar-soy dressing. For me, this dish was not only love at first sight, it was also love at first bite – I love the chewiness (QQ texture) of the ramen noodles served with a tangy sesame dressing. This noodles dish is served in Japanese eateries in summer, but in tropical Singapore, you can enjoy it from Japanese restaurants all year round. It is really easy to put together, healthy, light and refreshing. You can experiment with all sorts of toppings, such as a meat-free version.

Gourmet Traveller 88 Cookbook

This recipe was adapted from my friend’s Janet Ching’s cookbook, Gourmet Traveller 88, named after her website. Janet generously mailed me an autographed copy of her cookbook, and her cookbook is now sitting proudly on my bookshelf of treasured cookbooks. The cookbook was a gift of love from her husband, whom on her birthday, surprised her with published copies of her very own cookbook. The book is compact (therefore easy to refer to in the kitchen) and contains 32 international recipes. The diversity of the food and delicious food photos clearly highlighted Janet’s culinary talent. If you wish to order or enquire about the cookbook, you can email Janet for details.

                                           

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25 Responses to “Hiyashi Chuka (Japanese Chilled Ramen Noodles)”

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  1. Little Corner of Mine — January 18, 2011 @ 1:15 am

    A beautiful dish!

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  2. MaryMoh — January 18, 2011 @ 6:45 am

    I have never eaten cold noodles. Wonder how this taste like. It looks delicious though. I remember in Korea, they drink ice cold vegetable soup in summer. I didn’t like that.

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  3. Lia Chen — January 18, 2011 @ 7:07 am

    Colorful cold ramen! And the dressing looks so yum :)

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  4. daphne — January 18, 2011 @ 7:35 am

    It’s too hot in perth and a cold dish seems so ideal. I like the use of the sesame dressing as a base as well-with the addition of some soy and vinegar. Thanks for the tip!

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  5. Pepy @Indonesia Eats — January 18, 2011 @ 8:59 am

    Wiffy, I love how you plate this. So beautiful!

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  6. wyyv — January 18, 2011 @ 9:08 am

    the ramen is well-garnished, it really makes it very attractive :D

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  7. wyyv — January 18, 2011 @ 9:45 am

    the ramen is well-garnished and colorful, it really makes me wanted to have that rightaway :D

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  8. Min {Honest Vanilla} — January 18, 2011 @ 10:51 am

    This looks as good as the ones in restaurant! :)

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  9. Little Inbox — January 18, 2011 @ 12:52 pm

    I have not try cold noodle before. Bookmark this recipe for my future experiment. :)

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  10. tigerfish — January 18, 2011 @ 5:08 pm

    Similar concept to bibimbap. Never seen them in Jap restaurants though, esp chilled ramen. Chilled soba more common.

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