Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Japanese Ramen with a beef based broth

I have bought some jellied pork tongue and some sprouts and they will be a great ingredient for a hearty soup on a windy and cold evening. This Ramen soups are so wonderful, with the different soup bases you can have a different kind of soup every time. Use beef, chicken, pork or fish or just miso and soy based broth and the feeling is a new experience with every bowl. I love to put a bit of dashi stock in all kinds of broth, it gives a rounder flavour.

a package of Ramen noodles
500 ml beef stock from a cube
a half package of stock from the Ramen package
1 knob of ginger
soy sauce
dashi stock
1 tsp white miso
2 spring onions finely chopped
60 g fine sprouts- in the noodle water cooked for 20 seconds
1 hard boild egg
150 g jellied pork tongue
finely chopped Noori sheet
1 head baby romana salad

Heat the stock and season it to taste with soy sauce and dashi and cook the Ramen in the stock for 2 minutes. Chop the spring onions and the salad and bring everything together.
Fast food with fresh ingredients as its best.

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