Not only famous for instant noodles covering the world, but Japan is also the cradle producing many convenient and equally attractive foods such as instant rice, cheese pasta, etc.
Donburi is essentially a noun for all types of cooked rice by placing foods on top of cooked and tightly packed rice in a bowl.
With a fairly simple way of making, the taste is not inferior to the delicacy, this dish has become popular in the land of the rising sun.
Donburi is divided into 3 classes including eggs/meat, vegetables with different flavors and rice. All of the ingredients are skillfully tasted when combined to create a delicious aroma difficult to resist.
To get this delicious dish, you only need to peel the top cover, then, add a little water on the rice and microwave for 3 minutes to enjoy.
Macaroni is also known as Italian macaroni, cooked with one or more types of cheese, along with milk cream and other spices to create a rich, rich flavor. Although it is a dish originating from Europe, it is extremely popular in Japan because of its convenience and is suitable for breakfast.
Nui cheese instant noodles in Japan come in 3 different flavors, depending on each person’s preferences including Parmesan, Gorgonzola, and Gouda, especially, inside there are also corn and mushrooms. To enjoy this dish, you just need to add a little water and let the microwave roast for 2-3 minutes so all the melted cheese blends into the soft pasta.
Also, a dish of foreign origin, curry, when introduced into Japan, has become a “hybrid child” with variations and adjustments to better suit the taste of the people of the UK Curry and not knowing when curry rice is famous around the world with the nickname: “Japanese specialties”.
In Phu Tang, there are many famous instant curry brands with different flavors from easy to eat too hard to swallow such as: traditional curry, matcha curry or even chocolate curry.
Green tea rice (Ochazuke) is considered to be the most mixed and extremely popular rice dish in Japan. Ochazuke is used by everyone for lunches with little time to prepare.
Two other Asian countries, Korea and China, also have the habit of eating rice with green tea, but their food ingredients are very different, depending on the region.
Because of its convenience, companies in Japan have launched Ochazuke products with seaweed, dried salmon, rice and green tea. Your job is just to boil the water in the rice and put the microwave back to the heat, you can enjoy this aromatic and hot dish right away.