Wei Pa (or Chinese soup or chicken soup stock granules)
Dashi stock granules
(If you have it) XO sauce
Boil the noodles (it might be good to keep them a little firm).
Mix all if the ingredients together aside from the soba noodles to make the dressing.
Thoroughly drain the boiled noodles, and combine with the dressing from Step 2.
You should totally eat it covered in your favorite toppings!!
Please feel free to mix it with grated garlic or ginger, mayonnaise, layu chilli oil, pepper, or pickled red ginger etc; it's also good if you eat it while adding more vinegar!
This dish cools easily since it's made without soup. You can enjoy it all the way to the end if you heat it up in a rice bowl.
Story Behind this Recipe
I enjoyed some instant oil noodles, so I the net and came up with my own personal variation.
Some basic toppings include pork char siu, menma, green onion, onion, as well as minced shrimp, fried onion, pickled red ginger, or ground sesame; it goes well with anything really. The dressing is rather thick, so it goes well with boiled cabbage, bean sprouts, chicken cutlets, shrimp, and a variety of squid. By the way, the toppings shown in the above photo are boiled bean sprouts, Char siu cut into short pieces, green scallions, menma, and pickled red ginger.
I am also using chicken fat that I got from Recipe ID: 600746.