Since I went berserk shopping over the weekend, we have quite a number of food items that we can't even read! But hey, that wouldn't stop me from trying the flavors of the world.
We found these single pack goodies from New Hatchin: nama udon (Php31.00), Shoyu Ramen soup base, and Miso Ramen soup base. I forgot to remember the Japanese characters to differentiate one soup base is which, but one of them costs Php19 and the other one at Php28. Quite inexpensive, huh?
This will literally be a just-add-water recipe.
The soup base pack says to add 1 1/2c water, but I ended up adding in almost half a cup more because I find it salty. Bring the soup base-water mixture to a boil. Open the pack of udon and rinse it in water before adding it in to the soup. Top with whatever you like. In our case, it was a combination of shredded chicken, shredded nori, and bonito flakes.
The soup base and udon costs just less than Php60. For something that's made up of instant items, it doesn't taste like one.
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