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O e of the other two varieties does have ramen. Michael, there are 3 main types of ramen. Miso ramen is a different ramen.

The receipe above is traditional, amazing ramen. I am trying to do a make your own ramen party for Graduation. For the vegetables we are having a discussion between whether they are cooked or raw.

And if they are raw, does the broth need to be hot enough to cook them when added to the noodles? Shannon, it depends.

Green onions are usually raw, but spinach and bean sprouts are usually blanched still has crisp texture. What type of pork and why do you have to let it sit overnight in fridge?

Is this a must or can I let the pork sit for a couple of hours? It is like brining meat in the seasoned liquid.

Meat becomes moist. I tried to do some ramen today and I got so far as to finish the noodles but my ramen soup had quite a strange smell, it seems like I may have overdone the ginger root or the sesame oil?

Conor, thanks for trying out our recipe! Thanks for the reply, I think I know what the problem was. I was using pure sesame oil which by some research I did seems like its the wrong one.

The one I got is the lee kum kee pure sesame oil and its dark brown with the a smell like toasted sesame seed. Which brand did you use when making the ramen?

Conor, If you can go to Japanese market, choose any Japanese brand. This looks and sounds amazing!! However is there anything that I could use to take the spot of the sake.

Yay my husband lived in Japan for three years! I hope I make it taste authentic! Thanks for posting all of these! I heard you could also use fish?

Would it still be as good as with the prok? Thank you both for this delicious recipe Carrie. Carrie, never tried fish. You could use fish if you like the flavor.

Let us know if you liked it! Use rockfish for seafood broth. Snapper heads, specifically, if you can. Season after folding stock and dashi together.

I used the sesame oil an it actually turned out great! The pork was a little dry but that was my fault for not preparing the night before.

In going to try to hand make my noodles next time thanks for the recipe! However, you might get used to it as you use it more often.

I used seasoned rice vinegar in place of the sake, added cabbage and carrots, extra onion, and went meatless but used premade chicken stock.

It was quite delicious. When do you put in the garlic and how? Do you chop it up and boil it in the broth or with the pork?

And I also was going to just use ramen noodles from the instant Maruchan pouches. Should I still use baking soda to cook my noodles if I use those? And I think you can use chicken broth.

Experiment and see if you like it. Good luck with your Ramen making! 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.

I know this may sound stupid like really stupid. Have you seen the movie the ramen girl? I was wondering if the Japanese make ramen using there spirit.

I know its just a movie but I was contemplating on if it was a movie trying to tell something behind Japanese chefs. If so, can I make the taste better by having heart and spirit.

I just want to know the truth if its just a fake movie or there is a secret behind ramen cooking! Thanks so much! The idea of putting your spirit or energy into cooking or other things is a common idea in Japanese culture.

I think the message you can take away is like you get out of it what you put into it. My wife lived in Okinawa for several years, and loves Ramen.

She calls me crazy for even trying. This video and your instructions and all the comments has convinced me to give it a try. One question about adding an onion…would it be too much to add a white onion or Spanish onion to the broth along with the green onions?

Or should only one type be used? Could you please explain me the exact taste we look for in ramen?

Hi, I want to try this recipe, but the Asian store near where I live only carries mirin. Can I use this instead of sake? And I want to also ask if in your other recipes that calls for sake, if I can substitute mirin?

I have made this recipe twice for my mom and her friend now, both having been in Okinawa as part of the US military.

Both have told me that it reminded them of their time in Japan and I wanted to thank you both for such a wonderful and amazing soup. Is there anything I can substitute for the sake?

Hello, I would like to make the recipe for 12 people. Do I triple the ingredients? For example, use 3 pounds of pork and 18 cups of water? How long do I cook it, still 2 hours?

Thank you, Nina. Nina, wow, 12 servings! I guess you could 3x or 4x of the recipe. Cooking time may not be that different. Get all the ingredients and hot soup ready, and you may want to cook noodles in batches in pots.

Good luck! Thank you for this recipe! That way I could just quickly boil the noodles and have dinner on the table in no time flat.

My family loves it! Elaine, glad you and your family liked our Ramen Recipe. Come back for more easy-to-make recipes! Thanks for this post! Lea, sake gives dish a deeper flavor.

A lot of people want to skip it for various reasons, but it is an essential seasoning for Japanese cuisine. I Love This! I used to work in a Japanese restaurant in Calif.

Japanese people love flavors, simple or intricate, and in my mind are masters at combining them. The culture is such they would historically employ any and all edible plants and animals, which has led to some of the best foods in the world.

As far as vegetables are concerned, many of the vegetables commonly used are soft, but they do use plenty of root vegies.

The hard vegetables may be lightly boiled, or blanched, beforehand, fried with or without batter , or added raw right before serving depending on the dish or preference.

I personally like small slices of un-battered fried yam with raw chestnuts, shredded carrot, bok-choi, green onions and slivers of cucumber.

Same thing for pork beef or chicken. If you like beef flavor, get slightly fattier pieces at the store. Once your done cooking your meats add the drippings to that pot.

Boil for 5 minutes. Strain and refrigerate. If you do that a few times, you can take the fat off the top once it cools in the fridge and you have super flavor broth to add to your next ramen.

Use mushrooms, eggs, herbs from your garden, pretty much anything. Go get one of those little home bread dough makers with the noodle press.

Good ramen can change everything. Will rice noodles be okay to use? Is there any way I can get my broth that color and what do I need to add to do so.

I make soba now and then but I have never made homemade ramen. Do I still need the baking soda? How should I cook the noodles, al dente? Thanks in advance!

However, some people watching our sites may be outside Japan and may not have an access to Chukamen, and still might want to know the alternative.

We are lucky enough to have Japanese grocery stores near by, but always thinking what we can use from local stores in the US. Hello Noriko Thanks for posting this simple but great recipe.

I have been craving for ramen lately and found this place. I usually cook Chinese noodles and will immerse them in ice cold water right after taking them out of boiling water to make the texture firmer.

Should I do the same with ramen noodles to prevent them from going soft? Or must I add the broth immediately like you instructed?

Vodich, you could do your way. But you might need extra time to warm up the soup with the cold noodles, so the noodle may get soft anyway. Key is to get all the ingredients ready and finish up quickly and serve immediately.

Hi, Great recipe, I tried it out recently and it was delicious especially how the pork was so tasty after all this time being boiled.

That boil egg looks pretty …. Is it okay if i use the instant ramen noodles? I saw that one of the ingredient to make the Soup is Sake.

Is there any alternative that you can recommend to me instead of Sake? Can I replace it with something else? Misaki, you could omit anything, but please keep it mind that the taste will be different from our original recipe.

Would like to use chicken for the broth instead of pork, how much chicken would I need? And do I leave the skin on? I want to make it for my parents, but they are gluten free.

Is there a GF noodle brand you would recommend? Would I still have to add the baking soda? Hi there, I would like to make the ramen noodles instead of using pasta, would you happen to know a good recipe for ramen noodles?

Much appreciated,. It is much too tricky. Sorry for not being able to help. 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.

Do you no any substititutes for those two? Sory for bad english. Not my main languaage. Mina, you can look into online stores. There is grated ginger in a tube which can be stocked at room temperature you have to refrigerate after opening.

I made this recipe today with chicken and it was awesome. Thanks a ton, definitely going into my recipe book.

I have not tried making this yet, but I was wondering if I could premake the soup so I can use it for meals threw out the week?

I made your ramen recipe today. I used beef instead of pork. I could not find fresh angel hair pasta.

Instead, I slightly cooked the noodles then used fresh water with the baking soda. It was oishii!! I tried this today and I think it turned out quite well.

I did used chicken added corn and substitute the sake with some Japanese seasoning hiding in the cupboard. We just back from Japan and were craving ramen….

Thank you so much for the recipe! How long can the ramen can it be refridgerated for? Noodles get soggy and not good after even 30 minutes. Kyle, you can cook the pork and refrigerate or freeze it and the broth.

Then assemble the soup by preparing the other ingredients, and heating broth and slices of pork, immediately before serving.

Also messed up and bought rice noodles so it was more like Pho but any how Amazing recipe. Plan on making this in a bigger batch so should i just double everything?

John, glad you liked our Ramen recipe! You can do a double batch multiplying everything twice. Hi there! Is it okay not to freeze the meat after being salted?

Thanks for sharing! Awesome Recipe and very simple! Kudos and thank you for doing this: I added twice as much garlic since I love garlic:. However, I got a question: Can you a add Mirin?

Would it still be authentic to add Mirin? Or is Sake enough? I am a vegetarian and noticed the broth base uses a meat stock. Is it okay to substitute with vegetable stock to make broth base.

Or is there a different recipe four that? How can I keep it for multiple meal? Do I just keep the broth and cook pork in the refrigerator and only do the noodles when I want to eat it?

Tried it yesterday. Very impressed that it was simple but so delicious!! Hi first to see all your recipe and im excited to try this…what broth im going to use.

Can i still use dashi at my soup and can i put alson tempura prawn instead pork.. Very easy recipe, even my husband can make it and he is an awful cook.

The best ramen recipe ever, wonderful flavors and the broth is delish. Made this today and it was so good. I want to use this broth as a base and experiment with a lighter broth mixed in to layer flavors in my bowl.

I look forward to brand new updates and will share this website with my Facebook group. Chat soon! Great recipe. Turned out pretty good.

Thanks for the recipe. I made this with dry chuka soba noodles i already had them. I used country style pork ribs for the meat, and omitted sake amd ginger root.

Made spicy chicken ramen with cooked egg, rice vinegar and cilantro and was surprised that it tasted just like hot and sour soup.

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Green onions are usually raw, but spinach and bean sprouts are usually blanched still has crisp texture.

What type of pork and why do you have to let it sit overnight in fridge? Is this a must or can I let the pork sit for a couple of hours?

It is like brining meat in the seasoned liquid. Meat becomes moist. I tried to do some ramen today and I got so far as to finish the noodles but my ramen soup had quite a strange smell, it seems like I may have overdone the ginger root or the sesame oil?

Conor, thanks for trying out our recipe! Thanks for the reply, I think I know what the problem was. I was using pure sesame oil which by some research I did seems like its the wrong one.

The one I got is the lee kum kee pure sesame oil and its dark brown with the a smell like toasted sesame seed.

Which brand did you use when making the ramen? Conor, If you can go to Japanese market, choose any Japanese brand. This looks and sounds amazing!!

However is there anything that I could use to take the spot of the sake. Yay my husband lived in Japan for three years!

I hope I make it taste authentic! Thanks for posting all of these! I heard you could also use fish? Would it still be as good as with the prok? Thank you both for this delicious recipe Carrie.

Carrie, never tried fish. You could use fish if you like the flavor. Let us know if you liked it! Use rockfish for seafood broth.

Snapper heads, specifically, if you can. Season after folding stock and dashi together. I used the sesame oil an it actually turned out great! The pork was a little dry but that was my fault for not preparing the night before.

In going to try to hand make my noodles next time thanks for the recipe! However, you might get used to it as you use it more often. I used seasoned rice vinegar in place of the sake, added cabbage and carrots, extra onion, and went meatless but used premade chicken stock.

It was quite delicious. When do you put in the garlic and how? Do you chop it up and boil it in the broth or with the pork? And I also was going to just use ramen noodles from the instant Maruchan pouches.

Should I still use baking soda to cook my noodles if I use those? And I think you can use chicken broth. Experiment and see if you like it.

Good luck with your Ramen making! 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.

I know this may sound stupid like really stupid. Have you seen the movie the ramen girl? I was wondering if the Japanese make ramen using there spirit.

I know its just a movie but I was contemplating on if it was a movie trying to tell something behind Japanese chefs. If so, can I make the taste better by having heart and spirit.

I just want to know the truth if its just a fake movie or there is a secret behind ramen cooking! Thanks so much! The idea of putting your spirit or energy into cooking or other things is a common idea in Japanese culture.

I think the message you can take away is like you get out of it what you put into it. My wife lived in Okinawa for several years, and loves Ramen.

She calls me crazy for even trying. This video and your instructions and all the comments has convinced me to give it a try. One question about adding an onion…would it be too much to add a white onion or Spanish onion to the broth along with the green onions?

Or should only one type be used? Could you please explain me the exact taste we look for in ramen? Hi, I want to try this recipe, but the Asian store near where I live only carries mirin.

Can I use this instead of sake? And I want to also ask if in your other recipes that calls for sake, if I can substitute mirin?

I have made this recipe twice for my mom and her friend now, both having been in Okinawa as part of the US military.

Both have told me that it reminded them of their time in Japan and I wanted to thank you both for such a wonderful and amazing soup. Is there anything I can substitute for the sake?

Hello, I would like to make the recipe for 12 people. Do I triple the ingredients? For example, use 3 pounds of pork and 18 cups of water?

How long do I cook it, still 2 hours? Thank you, Nina. Nina, wow, 12 servings! I guess you could 3x or 4x of the recipe. Cooking time may not be that different.

Get all the ingredients and hot soup ready, and you may want to cook noodles in batches in pots. Good luck! Thank you for this recipe!

That way I could just quickly boil the noodles and have dinner on the table in no time flat. My family loves it! Elaine, glad you and your family liked our Ramen Recipe.

Come back for more easy-to-make recipes! Thanks for this post! Lea, sake gives dish a deeper flavor. A lot of people want to skip it for various reasons, but it is an essential seasoning for Japanese cuisine.

I Love This! I used to work in a Japanese restaurant in Calif. Japanese people love flavors, simple or intricate, and in my mind are masters at combining them.

The culture is such they would historically employ any and all edible plants and animals, which has led to some of the best foods in the world.

As far as vegetables are concerned, many of the vegetables commonly used are soft, but they do use plenty of root vegies.

The hard vegetables may be lightly boiled, or blanched, beforehand, fried with or without batter , or added raw right before serving depending on the dish or preference.

I personally like small slices of un-battered fried yam with raw chestnuts, shredded carrot, bok-choi, green onions and slivers of cucumber.

Same thing for pork beef or chicken. If you like beef flavor, get slightly fattier pieces at the store.

Once your done cooking your meats add the drippings to that pot. Boil for 5 minutes. Strain and refrigerate. If you do that a few times, you can take the fat off the top once it cools in the fridge and you have super flavor broth to add to your next ramen.

Use mushrooms, eggs, herbs from your garden, pretty much anything. Go get one of those little home bread dough makers with the noodle press.

Good ramen can change everything. Will rice noodles be okay to use? Is there any way I can get my broth that color and what do I need to add to do so.

I make soba now and then but I have never made homemade ramen. Do I still need the baking soda? How should I cook the noodles, al dente?

Thanks in advance! However, some people watching our sites may be outside Japan and may not have an access to Chukamen, and still might want to know the alternative.

We are lucky enough to have Japanese grocery stores near by, but always thinking what we can use from local stores in the US. Hello Noriko Thanks for posting this simple but great recipe.

I have been craving for ramen lately and found this place. I usually cook Chinese noodles and will immerse them in ice cold water right after taking them out of boiling water to make the texture firmer.

Should I do the same with ramen noodles to prevent them from going soft? Or must I add the broth immediately like you instructed? Vodich, you could do your way.

But you might need extra time to warm up the soup with the cold noodles, so the noodle may get soft anyway.

Key is to get all the ingredients ready and finish up quickly and serve immediately. Hi, Great recipe, I tried it out recently and it was delicious especially how the pork was so tasty after all this time being boiled.

That boil egg looks pretty …. Is it okay if i use the instant ramen noodles? I saw that one of the ingredient to make the Soup is Sake. Is there any alternative that you can recommend to me instead of Sake?

Can I replace it with something else? Misaki, you could omit anything, but please keep it mind that the taste will be different from our original recipe.

Would like to use chicken for the broth instead of pork, how much chicken would I need? And do I leave the skin on? I want to make it for my parents, but they are gluten free.

Is there a GF noodle brand you would recommend? Would I still have to add the baking soda? Hi there, I would like to make the ramen noodles instead of using pasta, would you happen to know a good recipe for ramen noodles?

Much appreciated,. It is much too tricky. Sorry for not being able to help. 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.

Do you no any substititutes for those two? Sory for bad english. Not my main languaage. Mina, you can look into online stores. Partner Locations.

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