March 7, 2009

Yaki Chicken/焼チキン

Yaki Chicken is the product name of a new type of instant noodle product from Nisshin Food Products Co., Ltd. It's basically a "yakisoba" version of Chicken Ramen, which is the world's very first instant ramen, which is also a product of Nisshin. You use a frying pan rather than a pot to cook Yaki Chicken.
When I was making scrambled eggs around noon today, my daughter came up to me and said, "If you are making scrambled eggs, I want you to make you this." By "this", she was referring to Yaki Chicken.

First, you make scrambled eggs, using one egg per pack. Then, you add 230 ml of cold water per pack, bring to a boil, and then add Yaki Chicken.
まずはスクランブルエッグを作ります、1パックにつき卵1つ使って。次に1パックにつき水を230 ml入れ、沸騰させてから、焼チキンを入れます。

I search the fridge for any ingredients that could be used as toppings, but there were none.

Not the greatest yakisoba, but it sometimes hits the spot.

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