Cold Noodles w/ Soy & Sesame Dressing



Cold Noodles in the middle of winter you say?! In Japan and some Asian countries, there is a practice of Shime, or closing of a meal. In Japan after a night of dining at an Izakaya and drinking, people typically order a bowl of rice, Ramen, Udon or Soba, both cold or hot. This cold soba in our soy & sesame dressing sauce is a great way to end a meal, with a cool and refreshing taste to cleanse the palate and end a meal!

【Cold Noodles w/ Soy & Sesame Dressing】

Chicken Breast 1pc
Cucumber 1/2pc
Shredded Egg strips 30g
Shin-Sen-Gumi Soy and Sesame Dressing 30ml
Soba Noodles 1 bundle

How to Make

【Shredded Egg Strips】

  1. Whisk egg and mix well.
  2. Strain eggs to ensure eggs are smooth.
  3. Apply oil to pan by adding oil to a paper towel and spread over pan.
  4. On low heat, pour and distribute egg evenly on the fry pan.
  5. Once the egg sets to a crepe like texture flip and cook other side for 5-10 seconds.
  6. Remove to plate to cool. Roll egg and cut into thin strips.

【Cold Noodles w/ Soy & Sesame Dressing】

  1. Boil chicken breast.
  2. Thinly slice the cucumber and arrange on a plate.
  3. Boil soba noodles to preferred texture.
  4. Once boiled, cool the noodles in ice water.
  5. On the plate, place the noodles and the eggs.
  6. Add the dressing over noodles and enjoy!