Sunday, January 22, 2012

u.f.o. sobameshi

sobameshi (2) I think I first talked about sobameshi here.

Nissin recently came up with a Cup Noodle flavored dish, but instead of the noodles they replaced it with rice, which I think they call "Cup Noodle Gohan", gohan means rice, I haven't tried it.

Since they figured out instant rice, they paired it with their U.F.O. instant yakisoba and came up with a sobameshi.

sobameshi (3) You pour about 3/4 cup of water into the container, then add the noodles and rice, mix well.

Then you nuke it for the directed amount of time...about 5 or 6 minutes depending on your wattage.

When it comes out, let it sit for 2 minutes then add the yakisoba sauce and mix well. Then top with aonori (green laver) & dried ginger bits.

sobameshi (4) I decided to take this dish to another level, and added an over-easy egg.

So good! I'm glad I tried it.


Dennis K. said...

So junky good! Yay for the egg! I need to finally finish my Pe-Young post once and for all, haha.

jalna said...

That's pretty amazing.

K and S said...

ooh I saw that Pe-young in the markets here, looking forward to your review Dennis.

Thanks Jalna, ono too!

Take care you two.

KirkK said...

Looks so messily delicious Kat.

Lizzy said...

Nice quick meal....looks good! Hope you've had a wonderful weekend~

K and S said...

thanks Kirk, it was ono!

hope you had a nice weekend also Lizzy!

Take care you two.

Choc Chip Uru said...

This is a really cool different meal :)
Love your blog!!!

Choc Chip Uru
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K said...

Looks simple and delicious!

K and S said...

Thanks CCU!

very simple, K :)

Take care you two.

Deb in Hawaii said...

Looks like a quick and easy dinner!

K and S said...

quick and easy is the way I roll, Deb :)

Take care.

Rowena... said...

I wish they had this stuff when I was going to college!

K and S said...

yeah this would've been great in those days Rowena!

Take care.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Natsukashiiiiiii!! UFO! I didn't like their fake noodle texture but liked the sauce. Sobameshi? I think I had not eaten that before. I think.

K and S said...

sobameshi is a Kobe food item, Nami, maybe you didn't get to try it.

Take care.