We will show you how to enjoy the most popular item at our online shop: our Ramen Set!
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- Shinwa Food Pork Belly Chashu
- Shinwa Food Ramen Soup
- Shinwa Food Ramen Noodles
- Spring onion
Thaw the frozen ingredients. Thaw in the refrigerator the day prior to use.
Take out the Chashu and remove the net. Slice to desired thickness. It will be easier to cut if it is still a little frozen.
Chop the onion for toppings. For the white part of the base, do a vertical cut with fine texture.
Make soft boiled eggs. Bring water to a boil in a pot. Add a little salt, and place eggs gently into the hot water one by one so that they don’t break. Eggs are harder to crack at room temperature.
Stir gently for a few seconds to nudge the yolk towards the centre.
Cover and boil for about 7 minutes (700g egg), then immediately place into running water to cool.
After cooling, peel the egg shell. Cut it in half.
Transfer the soup to a pan and heat. Once boiled, turn off the heat. The taste will change when boiled down, so be sure to just bring it to a boil and stop immediately.
Prepare hot water for boiling noodles. Prepare plenty of hot water in as large a pot as possible.
Loosen the noodles.
When the water has started boiling, add noodles and mix well. Cover and boil for 3 minutes.
Drain the water off the noodles well.
Pour ramen soup into a serving bowl and add the noodles.
It is completed by adding the toppings of Chashu, egg and chopped green onion.
You may change the topping to anything as you wish.
Our ramen soup is not concentrated but frozen over time. All my cooking passion goes into it, so that you can enjoy the real taste of authentic Japanese ramen at home.
Please give it a try!