Ja-Ja Mien Morioka Noodles

The Japanese citizens of Morioka who like cold noodles have their own interpretation of ja-ja noodles. You can make a soup called Chi-tan-tan using the leftover miso meat sauce.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 1-2 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Udon noodles for one
Cucumber 5cm
Ginger (grated) 1/2 tsp
【Niku-miso (miso meat sauce)】
Sesame oil 1 tbsp
Ginger (grated) 1 tsp
Garlic (grated) 1 tsp
Onion 1/2
Minced pork 100g
Oyster sauce 1 tbsp
Sugar 1 tbsp
Miso paste (red) 3 tbsp
Water 100ml
Toasted sesame seeds 2 tsp
【for Chi-tan-tan soup】
Spring onion (finely chopped) 1 tbsp
Egg 1
Chilli oil optional
Vinegar optional

Method

1
Put the sesame oil in a frying pan, fry the grated garlic and ginger over a medium heat. Once you sense the aroma, add the chopped onion and stir fry.
2
When the onion becomes translucent, add the minced pork and fry over a medium heat. When the fat from the pork becomes transparent, add the other seasonings and water and boil it down.
3
When all the liquid is well reduced, it's done.
Start to boil the udon noodles.
4
When the udon is cooked, keep the pasta water for the soup.
Rinse the noodles well, then place in a bowl and top with the cucumber cut into thin strips.
5
Put 3 tbsp of the miso meat sauce from Step 3 on top and add the grated ginger. Mix the meat miso sauce, udon and cucumber well. Sprinkle with chilli oil or vinegar if you like.
6
Once finished, put 1 tablespoon of the miso meat sauce, chopped spring onions and eggs in the same bowl. Mix well and pour in about 2 ladles of hot pasta water.
7
This is Chi-tan-tan soup (they say)! Add vinegar or chilli oil to your liking.

Tips & Note

Ja-Ja Mien Morioka Noodles

The Japanese citizens of Morioka who like cold noodles have their own interpretation of ja-ja noodles. You can make a soup called Chi-tan-tan using the leftover miso meat sauce.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 1-2

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Udon noodles for one
Cucumber 5cm
Ginger (grated) 1/2 tsp
【Niku-miso (miso meat sauce)】
Sesame oil 1 tbsp
Ginger (grated) 1 tsp
Garlic (grated) 1 tsp
Onion 1/2
Minced pork 100g
Oyster sauce 1 tbsp
Sugar 1 tbsp
Miso paste (red) 3 tbsp
Water 100ml
Toasted sesame seeds 2 tsp
【for Chi-tan-tan soup】
Spring onion (finely chopped) 1 tbsp
Egg 1
Chilli oil optional
Vinegar optional

Ja-Ja Mien Morioka Noodles

Recipe ID :3300 Posted on 01 OCT 2020

Serves 1-2

Cook 15min
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The Japanese citizens of Morioka who like cold noodles have their own interpretation of ja-ja noodles. You can make a soup called Chi-tan-tan using the leftover miso meat sauce.

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5cm
1/2 tsp
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100g
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100ml
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Method

Cook
15min
1
Put the sesame oil in a frying pan, fry the grated garlic and ginger over a medium heat. Once you sense the aroma, add the chopped onion and stir fry.
2
When the onion becomes translucent, add the minced pork and fry over a medium heat. When the fat from the pork becomes transparent, add the other seasonings and water and boil it down.
3
When all the liquid is well reduced, it's done.
Start to boil the udon noodles.
4
When the udon is cooked, keep the pasta water for the soup.
Rinse the noodles well, then place in a bowl and top with the cucumber cut into thin strips.
5
Put 3 tbsp of the miso meat sauce from Step 3 on top and add the grated ginger. Mix the meat miso sauce, udon and cucumber well. Sprinkle with chilli oil or vinegar if you like.
6
Once finished, put 1 tablespoon of the miso meat sauce, chopped spring onions and eggs in the same bowl. Mix well and pour in about 2 ladles of hot pasta water.
7
This is Chi-tan-tan soup (they say)! Add vinegar or chilli oil to your liking.
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