Macaroni Salad Japanese-style

Macaroni Salad

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3 cups boiled macaroni

1 large cucumber

1/3 sliced onion

6 oz sliced ham

4 boiled eggs

2/3 Japanese mayo

1 tsp Japanese hot mustard

1/2 tsp Japanese horseradish

pepper


cut cucumber, ham, boiled eggs

cut onion very thin slice and squeeze out the excess fluid

mix everything together

Enjoy!

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Published in: on 08/02/2009 at 10:36 am  Comments (7)  
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  1. I had delicious vermicelli-style noodles with a creamy white sauce from a food merchant in the basement of Hanjin(?) in Osaka, and I would love to recreate that dish! This seems close, from what I remember.

    • Thanks for your comment. I have never heard about that restaurant in Japan. Anyway, it sounds like that vermicelli noodles are not Japanese style. We do not eat with creamy sauce.
      I guess it was Malaysian meal…

  2. Sorry, it was not a restaurant, but the basement of Hanshin (the department store) where all of the food vendors are (in Osaka.)
    Thin, vermicelli noodles, with cucumbers and a white sauce (must have been mayonnaise.)

  3. Oh…I understand now. Yes, we eat that noodles with Mayonnaise(Harusame salad).

  4. このようなサラダは日本で見たことがないけど、なかなかおいしそうですよ。

    • コメントありがとうございます。
      こんな感じのマカロニサラダ、日本にいたときにはスーパーでいつも売っていましたよ。
      地域が違うと種類も違うのかしら?

  5. Hi, I check your blog on a regular basis. Your humoristic style is
    witty, keep doing what you’re doing!


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