How to Cook Tasty Shoyu Ramen?
Shoyu ramen is one of the popular ramen in Japan. It is originated in Tokyo and very popular ramen kind nationwide.
The soup broth is usually made from chicken. The chicken flavor collaborates with soy sauce and the collaboration has been attracting many people for a long time.
This is a homemade soy sauce ramen recipe that is easy to make. Why don’t you try making homemade soup with seasonings? It is a simple but authentic shoyu ramen with lots of flavor. You can arrange it with your favorite toppings.
How to cook the shoyu ramen professionally? Let’s make tasty shoyu ramen!
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- 5.3 oz Ramen Noodles
- 16 oz Water
- 16 oz Water
- 0.5 tbsp Ajiha (U~eipa)
- Chop green onions.
- Boil water perfectly for noodles.
- Boil water for soup.
- Break up the noodles well so that they do not stick together.
- If the ramen noodles are frozen, defrost them because the boiling water's temperature goes down. The low-temperature water makes noodles hard and noodles' texture gets worse. A microwave works to save time. Do not overcook the noodles with the microwave.
- Make chicken broth with 0.5oz Ajiha (U~eipa) into the boiling water.
- Put 1 oz soy sauce, 1/2 tsp of grated ginger, and 0.25 tsp of black pepper into the chicken broth.
- Boil it. (Do not overcook it!)
Cook Ramen Noodle
- Put the noodles into the boiling water. The cooking time depends on the thickness of the noodles. Usually, the cooking time is described on the package of the noodles.
- When the noodles are ready, put a strainer into a bowl and pour the boiling water into a bowl with noodles in order to warm up the bowl. (If the bowl is cold, the soup gets cold, so it is not good!)
- Remove the noodles from the bowl with the strainer and drain the water from the noodles well.
- When the bowl is warmed up well, drain the hot water from the bowl.
- Put the soup and noodles into the ramen bowl.
- lift up the noodles with chopsticks to make it beatiful.
- Put the toppings like chashu pork, bamboo shoots (Menma) and green onions on the soup and noodles.
- Ready to eat. Enjoy your homemade shoyu ramen!
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