Think you’re skilled with chopsticks? Meet Jiyu, our friend in Tokyo who at the young age of 3, has mastered the art. In Japan… ramen, udon and soba are three popular kinds of noodles kids eat throughout the week. Learn more about these yummy noodles and get our recipe for a kid-friendly for ramen, just like the dish we enjoyed in Tokyo.
Soba, udon and ramen are three types of noodles that we couldn’t get enough of in Japan! They can all be eaten hot or cold, in soups or sauces. There are many different varieties and adaptations, the recipes seem endless. It is said that you can travel from one town in Japan to the next and have an entirely different noodle experience. Here, we share a recipe for a ramen dish, that includes enough Japanese flavor to make it authentic but will still please you kids palate.
If your little citizen likes this recipe, take them out to your local Japanese restaurant for a noodle adventure. Make sure to share your stories (and photos!) with us using #teacollection and don’t miss these food-inspired designs!