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Foraging with Alexis Nikole Nelson.
This is a delicious pared-down version of Japanese hiyashi chuka, or cold ramen noodles with various toppings. This recipe calls for seasoned rice vinegar, which is flavored with sugar and salt; it’s a three-in-one ingredient and a simple way to make a well-seasoned dressing. When shopping, look for non-instant dried ramen, sometimes called chukamen or chuka soba; the noodles may be either straight or curly. Additional options for topping the salad include shredded carrots, slivers of tomato and shredded lettuce.
ounces non-instant dried ramen noodles (see headnote)
cup low-sodium soy sauce
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