I love noting better than trying out different cuisines, both at home or eating out. Japanese food is something Ive never really tried, so when I was given the opportunity to test out Yutaka Noddles I jumped at the chance.
Yutaka noodles are both high in protein and high in fibre with the added bonus of them being organic and gluten free, so they make for a perfect family meal , and if your trying to diet or eat more healthy. A 50g serving is just under 170kcal which is perfect if your watching your daily intake, and if you compare these to other noodles then they are significantly less.
As these noodles are high in protein you do feel fuller for longer, one box of noodles easily feeds 4 adults. However since there is only 2 of us in the house as well as a hungry toddler I opted for a portion size of 3. Trust me it will fill you up quite easy, Im a big lad and not easily filled but coming to end of the bowl even I was struggling. Always a bonus!
The noodles just needed to be cooked in boiling water on a medium heat for 6-8 minutes then drained and tossed in oil just to stop them from sticking while you cook and prepare the rest of the meal.
The packet comes with a recipe suggestion on the side. The idea is to boil the chicken in a broth in a wok or a saucepan with the spices and vegetables, then remove the meat and strain the broth into the bowls with the noodles, The recipe is very easy to follow and takes around 15-20 minutes to make. You can read the recipe here
Alternatively you can see the two video tutorials below which includes Tv chef
Ching’s Hainan Style Chicken Edamame Noodle Soup (info)
Ching’s Hot & Sour Aubergine & Courgette Soybean Noodles (info)
The noodle recipe was great, it was my first experience of trying this type of food, I have tried the more common egg noodles before in stir frys and i must admit that i am not the biggest fan! This recipe was nice and easy to follow and the noodles were very filling, The broth was very tasty and complemented the noodles wonderfully.
This meal was eaten by me and my family, the best recommendation you can get is from a 3 year old who loves his food – and i mean REAL food and not fish finger chips and beans!!
He demolished a full bowl full and then started on mine! Here he is enjoying them below:
— lewis brown (@adventure_brown) February 9, 2018
Disclaimer: I was sent the Soybean Noodles and Edamame Soybean Noodles for review, but as always all thoughts and opinions are my own.
You can buy these noodles in most leading supermarkets as well as the other Yutaka products. But you can also buy online from Amazon
Yutaka have kindly sent me a special box that you cannot buy in the shops and has been created just for this competition! (Items included shown below in picture)
Firstly there are a few things to consider when entering; This competition is only open to UK residents due to posting costs. Any winner that is drawn that does not reside in the UK will be removed and another winner announced .
You will have 3 days to claim your prize once notified by email, so make sure to use your most current email address. The item will then be posted to you within 20 days of sending postal details.
So how do you enter i hear you shouting?!? Just log in below and enter the earn points – competition will run from Monday 12th February 2018 to the 25th February 2018.
Good luck, and remember you can purchase these products online or in your local supermarket.
Im Lew – A blogger and father of two boys, three if you include the dog, living in Sunderland. Not sure I have the hang of this blog niche thing but hey ho, I’m doing it anyway – expect all sorts of randomness.