thanks for trying our Ramen recipe! I want to use this broth as a base and experiment with a lighter broth mixed in to layer flavors in my bowl. I haven’t seen that movie, but I’ve heard of it. I’m going to make Chukamen from scratch, found a few good recipes on that, and I hope it’ll be more authentic that way! Hi. If you want to play around and experiment, go for it. The pork was a little dry but that was my fault for not preparing the night before. So here’s another question, is it alright if I don’t put the green onion during the broth-making steps? You’d be so glad that your homemade ramen is superior enough to rival the ramen shop. Or is there a different recipe four that? In a pot, put water, ginger root, garlic, green onions and salted pork, and boil at high heat. I was using pure sesame oil which by some research I did seems like its the wrong one. Thanks! glad you liked our Ramen recipe! I have been attempting to find a couple of the listed ingrieadents and seasonins and as i live in small town many cant be found like ginger root and sake. Miso ramen is a different ramen. Is there a GF noodle brand you would recommend? if you don’t like it, don’t use it. Try it! A video tutorial is for you too to be inspired..! i`ll be really grateful and i`ll look forward to your reply ! Thanks a ton, definitely going into my recipe book. I don’t think you need baking soda. She calls me crazy for even trying. Do you chop it up and boil it in the broth or with the pork? Sid, Will rice noodles be okay to use? Thank you for this recipe! I used country style pork ribs for the meat, and omitted sake amd ginger root. Our version is pretty good for simple work. I made this with dry chuka soba noodles ( i already had them). 1 teaspoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon sesame oil 2 (3 ounce) (85g) packages ramen noodles (discard seasoning packet) 1 pound (450g) medium/large shrimp (thawed, cleaned, and peeled) And if they are raw, does the broth need to be hot enough to cook them when added to the noodles? I’m so glad you posted this! Jana, Gonna try this week end, I worried about sake good thing I can omit it but I’m thinking, what sake really do with Ramen.. hehe. I guess for now i’ll settle for bookmarking and adding your RSS feed to my Google account. yeah the ramen was the best i was cooking it with my mother we both enjoyed it. I think it is pretty difficult to make decent noodles at home. I tried this today and I think it turned out quite well. Lol, I don’t know about that!! hay noriko i tryed your ramen recipe it was great. If you use instant, no need for the soda, but still cook the broth down for a few hours; I go with three or four hours including: shiitake, scallion, ginger, garlic, kombu, and half of a star anise. Love that this gave me my Ramen fix but without all that sodium and crap! Now is the time to taste the soup and season to your taste buds. Use rockfish for seafood broth. Ramen Noodles can be so versatile, and this looks like a delicious dish! This shrimp ramen soup is definitely one of those quick and easy meals and it’s a reader favorite! I want to take a shot at making them but I don’t trust a lot of recipes on the web, except for here because everything so far I’ve done from your list of recipes is amazing! I did tried to find sake but I can’t buy it myself anymore and my mom found only a very expensive one. hope you and your husband will like our recipe! I make soba now and then but I have never made homemade ramen. Vodich, Is this a must or can I let the pork sit for a couple of hours? Bring the stock to boiling. Would I still have to add the baking soda? Hi there, first of all, thanks for the sharing~~ Well, direct to the question, how you make the egg? How many hours does it take to prep the pork? Hi, It was a super fast and easy way to satisfy my craving for soup on a cold day. We bought fresh ramen noodles from the Japanese grocery store and have the pork/soup down. Or use smaller amount if you’re not sure about the flavor. Prepare the rest of the toppings now as well (boiled eggs, blanched bean sprouts, cut green onions), before making the soup and noodles. Would it still be authentic to add Mirin? Nicolas, I’m allergic to sesame seeds. Let it simmer at very low heat until noodles are ready. Will it taste better than it smells cause I’m not sure I want to use it. So get your facts straight if you’re going to be an expert on a topic. I’m not old enough to buy it, and I wanted the meal to be a surprise for my mother so I don’t really want to ask. ..but I have one qustion please .. also i tried to make my own ramen noodles will not do that again its a little more technical then i was expecting haha thanks noriko. All rights reserved. Ramen noodles are originally Chinese style noodles, but it’s been changed and improved over the years, and evolved to our own food. From what I can see it’s quite a huge piece you have to use for the soup’s base, but you use only a little for the topping. A lot of people want to skip it for various reasons, but it is an essential seasoning for Japanese cuisine. Angel hair pasta is nothing like ramen though. I used beef instead of pork. First time I’ve ever made ramen too. skinned Cod or any white fish of your choice, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window), Seafood Ramen….”My spin on an absolute classic”. mike, Shannon, How should I cook the noodles, al dente? I have made this recipe twice for my mom and her friend now, both having been in Okinawa as part of the US military. thanks for trying out our recipe! but i only have one problem . However is there anything that I could use to take the spot of the sake. Learn how your comment data is processed. It’s the perfect bowl of soup for a chilly day or for a quick lunch or dinner. Do I just keep the broth and cook pork in the refrigerator and only do the noodles when I want to eat it? I never tried with beef, but chicken was really good. Hi there, the recipe is awesome ! wendy, tHANK YOU IN ADVANCE! I don’t recommend to make it ahead. never tried fish. i’m going to make some ramen again for sure! (Not alcoholic). You can do a double batch multiplying everything twice. Noodles get soggy and not good after even 30 minutes. good for you!