Tantanmen (Dandan Noodles Recipe) | Cooking with Dog




How to Make Tantanmen How to make folk noodles We would appreciate it if you could add subtitles for this video! Thank you for your support!

(serves 1)
120 g Fresh Ramen Noodles (4.2 oz)

– Broth –
1½ tbsp White Sesame Paste
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Vinegar
1 to 1½ tbsp Long Green Onion, Chopped
1 tbsp Hot Chili Oil

150 ml Chicken Stock (5.1 fl oz)
   (150 ml water + 1 tsp Chinese-style chicken stock powder)
100 ml Soy Milk (3.4 fl oz)

– Meat Mixture – (serves 2)
Vegetable Oil
100 g Ground Pork (3.5 oz)
1 tsp Garlic, Chopped
1 tsp Ginger Root, Chopped

½ tbsp Tianmianjiang – Sweet Bean Sauce
½ tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Sake

¼ head Bok Choy
Sesame Oil
Hot Chili Oil

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<Materials> For one person (However, meat is for 2 people)
Chinese raw noodles: 120 g

Soup (for one person)
Sesame paste (white): large 1 and 1/2
Soy sauce: large 1
Vinegar: Small 1
Onion (chopped): large 1 to 1 and 1/2
Large oil: Large 1

Chicken rasp: 150 ml (granulated chicken glass fiber element (China style) small in 150 ml water 1)
Soy milk: 100 ml

Meat miso (for 2 people)
Vegetable oil
Pork ground ground meat: 100 g
Garlic (chopped): Small 1
Ginger (chopped): Small 1

Sweet bean sauce: large 1/2
Soy sauce: large 1/2
Liquor: Small 1

Ching Genai: 1/4 stock
Sesame oil
Chili Oil

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21 thoughts on “Tantanmen (Dandan Noodles Recipe) | Cooking with Dog”

  1. This is amazing! It's my first day in Japan today and this was the first dish I've tasted. I had to be very conscious not to swallow my tongue – so delicious it was! Absolutely gorgeous on a rainy day like today. Thank you for the simple and clear recipe. Will definitely cook for my family when I'm back to UK 😀

  2. This is one of my favorite Japanese Noodle dish. If you may, will you make a video cooking of Shio Ramen Noodle Soup?

  3. your video was interesting but being a dog lover I hated to see him stuck on that stool. He looked like he wanted to get down? No need of a dog in your video as it is a distraction away from the cooking part. Thank you !

  4. When does this Ms. Washee Washee use this bitch as a topping? Oh it is "cooking with dog," not "cooking dog." My bad…

  5. My son fell in love with Tan Tan Mein in Japan. I found this posting and I will make it for him. He is half Japanese.

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