Recommended Japanese Instant Noodle γƒ©γƒ‘γƒ³πŸœ

Recommended Japanese Instant Noodle γƒ©γƒ‘γƒ³πŸœ

SHIN SHIN RAMEN NOODLE!!! 🍜

Remember Haru chan mentioned about Shin Shin restaurant when I visited her in Fukuoka? I met Haru chan last September during my solo trip in Bangkok, she was on honeymoon back then. We exchanged our contact then I visited her during my holiday in Fukuoka. She is a Fukuokan. And when I asked her recommended ramen restaurant in Fukuoka, in a split second she mentioned Shin Shin Restaurant. I went there the next day to the said restaurant but it was a snaky q. I can’t stand a long queue when I’m hungry, so I skipped the restaurant and finally found this instant noodle at one of the souvenir shops at JR Hakata City.Β β™‘ ~(‘β–½^δΊΊ)

Click “Read More” to check out how I cooked it…

The blue packaging is very eye-catching when I entered the souvenir shop. Without a doubt, I grabbed one box, bought it and brought home to Singapore. One box is for 3 portions. Inside the box, there are 3 packs of dried noodle and 3 packs of the ramen paste.

Surprisingly, the dried ramen wasn’t as dried as the usual instant noodle I know. It was a bit damp, but just a bit, not too much. Meanwhile the ramen paste looked like gooey caramel and has a strong yummy smell.

How I cooked it;

  1. I boiled the water inside a cooking pot.
  2. After it boiled, lower down the heat. My electric stove said it was the second low of the head level.
  3. Put in the dried noodle (1 pack) inside the boiling water and let it sit. The ramen will be ready in 2 minutes, so watch the timing.
  4. I also put dried nori inside the pot together with the noodle to add flavor.
  5. After 1 minute, I put in 1 pack of ramen paste. The ramen paste will make the soup creamier and rich in flavor. I like thick and rich soup, so I put the whole 1 pack.
  6. Bring it to boiled in another 1 minute, and it ready.

In two minute, I could get the Japanese ramen like the one I used to buy from Singapore store! The soup was thick and rich in flavor, the noodle texture was perfect too. You could add half-boiled egg and pork meat for the toppings, but unfortunately I could only found dried nori on my fridge.Β (*/。\)

Then comes the big regret why didn’t I buy more of this Shin Shin instant noodle!Β (qT Ο‰ Tq)

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