Ramen is typically thought of as a quick fix snack for people living on the cheap. However, Ramen is actually a meal that is both steeped in and perfected in Japanese culture and tradition. This recipe focuses on making ramen in a new way by taking out the packet and adding many new ingredients to spice up an old flavor into a completely new dish. This time around, the focus is on the broth, chicken, use of veggies, eggs your way, and some side fixings for that extra kick.
- In Japan, a simple bowl of Ramen noodles can be considered an expression of art, a fact testified to in the movie; Tampopo.
- The Ramen noodle dish is so ubiquitous that a dehydrated variant can be found on the shelves of virtually every supermarket, or convenience store.
- To make a delicious broth for your store-bought Ramen noodles, use scallions, carrots, ginger, garlic, sesame oil and some brown sugar for sweetness.
“However, with a few shortcuts, you can make a bowl of ramen any night of the week in under half an hour.”
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