Easy Menu with Honmono Nippon EP. 5 – Tonkotsu Ramen

Tonkotsu Ramen

Tonkotsu ramen is well-known among those who fall in love with Japanese noodle dishes. Ramen in a milky white broth with fragrant pork bone and a mellow umami flavor. It is another popular type of ramen in Japan and other countries. Tonkotsu ramen originated on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu. We recommend that anyone who enjoys intensely delicious food not miss out on this bowl. We can now make Tonkotsu ramen at home in a very convenient and quick manner without having to spend hours stewing many pork bones. Let’s get this party started. ~~~

Ingredients (for 1 serving)

• 25 g Tonkotsu ramen seasoning soup (can adjust the amount of soup for concentration as desired)
• 300 ml Hot water
• 200 g Fresh frozen ramen noodles
• Water for blanching the ramen noodles.
• Additional side dishes such as Chashu sliced pork, pickled ginger, sliced green onions, black fungus, bean sprouts, Menma bamboo shoots, seaweed sheets, boiled eggs, and so on.

How to cook.

1. Pour the rich Tonkotsu soup into the bowl.
2. Add 300 ml of hot water into a bowl, and stir well.
3. Bring the water to a boil, then add the fresh frozen ramen noodles and cook for about 1-2 minutes, draining well. (to get the softness that you like you can adjust the time as needed)
4. Put the ramen noodles in the soup bowl.
5. Put your favorite side dishes on top and serve.