Mazesoba is a popular dish in Japan, and some restaurants started offering Mazesoba! There isn’t much soup in the dish, but the thick and spicy soup is a great match with our Premium Tantanmen noodles! After trying some of our Tantanmen Mazemen, be sure to try adding some vinegar for a change in taste! Finish the dish with a bowl of rice, leaving no soup behind.
- 2 servings Premium Tantanmen
- 1 packet Premium Tantanmen Soup Base
- ⅔ cup Hot Water (For 2 servings - Split to two bowls)
- ½ lb Ground Pork
- 1 tsp Sesame Oil
- 1 tsp Garlic minced
- ½ tbsp Sugar
- ½ tbsp Soy Sauce
- 1 tbsp Oyster Sauce
- ½ tbsp Tobanjan (Dobanjiang)
- 1 tbsp Sake
- 3 tbsp Water
- 2 Eggs
- ½ Chives
- 5 tbsp Green Onions / Scallions
- Minced Garlic by preference
- Bonito Flakes by preference
- Shredded Nori by preference
- ½ cup Rice
- Finely chop the chives and onions, set aside.
- Heat sesame oil in a frying pan and roast the garlic until fragrant. Add ground pork and stir-fry.
- Add in sugar, soy sauce, oyster sauce, tobanjan, sake, and water. Stir-fry over low heat until the water is gone. Cook until the mixture becomes less watery.
- Boil water in a pot and make poached eggs. Remove the eggs from the pot before the yolk hardens.
- Prepare the soup into two bowls.
- Follow the package instructions to cook the noodles. Once the noodles are cooked, drain well and place inside the bowl from Step 5.
- Top the noodles with chives, green onion, pork, and garlic from Step 3. Add on bonito flakes and finish topping with poached eggs and shredded nori. You are done!
How to Eat
- Crack open the poached egg and mix the egg with noodles, then enjoy! You can also add vinegar for a change in taste.
- Add rice to the leftover soup and enjoy! Less food waste, the merrier!
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