Susan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of CulinartSusan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of Culinart
Susan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of Culinart

How to make hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles – a Japanese dish served in summer

  • The Japanese name, hiyashi chuka, means ‘cold Chinese noodles’ and reveals its true origins
  • This recipe swaps out crabsticks for fresh prawns and the usual vinegary sauce for one based on miso

Topic |   Asian recipes
Susan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of CulinartSusan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of Culinart
Susan Jung’s hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles. Photo: Jonathan Wong. Styling: Nellie Ming Lee. Kitchen: courtesy of Culinart
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