What are the Japanese’s favorite healthy fast food?


Yep, that’s right. In Japanese cuisine, only healthy fast food is available.

In Europe there are several different types of fast foods that are not so healthy such as pizza and shawarma, which are eaten on a busy day.

In Japan, there are several different types of fast food that are suitable for a busy everyday life tasty dishes that are enjoyed in a short time, even on the days when there is a lot of work. In Japan, the Japanese work an average of 10-15 hours a day.

The Japanese are the population in the world that eats the most noodles. In Japan, noodle soup is made in many different ways, some soups are made on fish, pork or chicken, each noodle bar has their very own recipe. Each region has their unique ingredients and raw materials which are used to make tasty noodle soup.

In Japan, noodle soups are eaten all year round. Yes even on a hot summer days. In Europe, noodle soups are most often eaten in the autumn, winter and spring.

On the noodle soup course for beginners, you will learn step by step how to make 2 very different unique and tasty Japanese noodle soups.

Read more about Noodle Soup course for beginners

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Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller – Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, Elbek & Vejrup and many more.

When do the Japanese prefer to eat a bowl of hot noodle soup?

Noodle soup
In Japan, a bowl of hot noodle soup is eaten all year round. Yes, even on hot summer days.
In Japan there is a large selection of noodle soups, each region and each noodle bar has their very own version. Some soups are made on chicken stock, while others are made on pork or fish.

Noodle soup is a healthy fast food that is eaten on all days of the week in Japan. It is a dish that fits into the hectic and busy life that many Japanese live. Many Japanese work an average of 10-15 hours a day.

In Europe so far, many people prefer to eat noodle soups in the autumn / spring and in the winter. In Europe, noodle soups are also eaten on slightly cloudy days.

Read about Noodle soup course for beginners

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Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller – Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, Elbek & Vejrup and many more.

Recipe: Champon noodle soup

Japanese noodle soup made on pork stock.
The recipe is for one person and the total time spent is 13 hours.

Broth:

2 kg of pork bones
1 piece (15×15 cm) Kombu

The soup:

4 dl stock
2 tbsp. soy sauce (Sanbishi)
1 tbsp. mirin
3 tbsp. cream
½ tsp. salt
Sprinkle pepper
1 pk. pre-cooked ramen noodles
2 thick slices of pork
10 Shime ji mushrooms
1 spring onion
1 scallop
1 handful of bean sprouts
2 handfuls of white cabbage

Method

1. Pork bones come in a large spot with a piece of Kombu.

2. Cover the bones with 3 cm of cold water and set to boil.

3. Cook the stock under low heat for 12 hours.

4. Remove the foam in the surface with a tablespoon.

5. Remove the fat at the top of the broth with a tablespoon.

6. Continuously add some water to the broth.

7. Brush the pork slices with a little olive oil, sprinkle with salt on both sides and bake at 80° for 1 hour.

8. Rinse the spring onion and cut with an angle to thin slices.

9. Rinse the bean sprouts.

10. Cut the mushroom across at the root.

11. Rinse cabbage and cut into 1 cm strips.

12. Cut the scallop into thin slices.

13. Cut the pork to 1 cm thick strips.

14. Place the pre-cooked noodles in a pot with boiling water for 15 seconds to loosen the noodles.

15. Remove the water and add the noodles to the serving bowl.

16.Pure mirin, soy sauce, cooking cream, and pepper into the broth

17. Add scallops and mushrooms to the soup and cook for 2 minutes.

18. Add spring onions and pork to the soup and cook for 1 min.

19. Cabbage added to the soup and it all turns.

20. Pour it all over the noodles and the dish is ready for serving.

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Zoë has held sushi courses and cooking classes for A. P. Moller – Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, Elbek & Vejrup and many more.