Chanpon, ちゃんぽん (Chinese) (Japanese) (Korean)

pork, sea foods, vegetables,

There are different versions in Japan, Korea and China. The dish was, inspired from the cuisine of China. A Chinese style noodle dish that was invented in Nagasaki, a city that has long been influenced by interactions and trade with China. Champon is designed to be economical and filling with a hearty pork bone or chicken bone soup and ingredients piled high. The noodles are similar to ramen and ingredients vary by restaurant and season.…

Created Jan. 22, 2017 by: eemia21

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