Myojo 'Botejyu Supervised Extra Thick Pork Yakisoba' Tasting Review where you can enjoy the unique taste of a long-established restaurant with rich sweet rich sauce and bonito flakes entwined with chewy extra-thick noodles



From Meisei Foods, ' Botejyu Supervised Extra Thick Pork Yakisoba ' was released on July 5, 2021.

Under the supervision of the long-established okonomiyaki restaurant Botejyu, which has its main store in Dotombori, Osaka, the specialty menu 'pork yakisoba' is reproduced. It is said that it is finished in sweet rich sauce yakisoba that you can enjoy Osaka. I was wondering what it tasted like, so I actually tried it.

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Supervised by Botejyu The package of extra-thick pork fried noodles looks like this.



The noodles are fried noodles. The raw materials for the sauce are sauce, sugar, vegetable oil, tomato ketchup, salt, demiglace sauce, tomato paste, pork extract, flavor oil, spices, and brewed vinegar. Kayaku is a blend of cabbage and seasoned pork, and sprinkle is a blend of dried bonito and dried sardines, and mackerel and sea lettuce. Of the 169g content, the noodles were 130g.



Calories are 717 kcal per serving.



Inside was a liquid sauce and a sprinkle bag. Kayaku is already on the noodles.



The standard amount of boiling water is 770 ml, pour boiling water and wait for 5 minutes.



After 5 minutes, drain the water ...



Add liquid sauce.



Mix well and sprinkle on it to complete.



The secret sauce of Botejyu is sweet but has a tingling stimulus, has a rich umami taste, and has a scent like grilled on an iron plate. The noodles have a chewy texture and elasticity, and they are also satisfying to eat. Furthermore, when you squeeze the noodles, the aroma of green laver and bonito flakes spreads in your mouth, and you can certainly enjoy the authentic taste of yakisoba that you eat at an okonomiyaki restaurant.



Supervised by Botejyu Extra-thick pork fried noodles can be purchased at supermarket convenience stores nationwide from Monday, July 5, 2021, and the suggested retail price is 248 yen including tax.

in Gastronomic Adventure, Posted by log1i_yk