Japanese-style Rei-men (cold noodles)
A dish of noodles in summer, somen noodles dressed in a sauce of umami-rich dashi with sesame flavor. Please enjoy the noodles and toppings: Attentively prepared grilled eggplant, the airy texture of finely cut egg crape, and the crispiness of lettuce.
Ingredients (4 servings)
- 200g somen noodle
- Thin omelet cut into narrow strips 1 egg 1/5 tsp salt Vegetable oil
- Steamed chicken breast with sake 2 white breast chicken meat (80g) 1 tbsp sake
- Grilled eggplant 1 eggplant (70g) 100cc dashi 1/2 tsp light soy sauce
- 1/4 pcs lettuce (50g)
- Sesame oil
- Mixed seasoning 70g sesame paste 100cc ponzu (a bitter or sour orange-based sauce) 2 2/3 tbsp sugar 1 tsp tobanjan 100cc dashi
- Aonori as you like
Scramble eggs and salt them well. Put oil in a pan and make a thin omelet.
Cut it into thin strips.
Prepare grilled eggplant.
Grill eggplant with the skin on in a grill or on a toasting net at a low or medium heat for about 10 minutes.
Prepare mixed seasoning
Put tobanjan and sesame paste in a bowl. Mix them well and add dashi to dissolve them.
Add sugar and ponzu. Keep it cool.
Prepare steamed chicken
Trim sinew off a chicken sasami breast. Put it on a heat-resistant vatutensil or vat.
Sprinkle on sake and steam it. Cool it down, and then tear it off in strips.
Cut the lettuce into thin pieces.
Boil somen noodles. Soak them in icy water to remove the sliminess.
Add sesame oil and mix slightly to emulsify them.
Put somen noodles and other toppings in a bowl. Add mixed seasoning.
Sprinkle aonori as you like.
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