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what is the recipe of the ramen noodle soup? 2012/12/14 11:39
hi!

I'm looking the recipe of the homemade noodle! I love ramen soup and I would like to make even the noodle by myself. I looked on the internet but I found all different versions and the quantity was not very clear either. So if someone can help me I will be very happy!!

thank you!!

by BelFanny  

Re: what is the recipe of the ramen noodle soup? 2012/12/15 13:40
What kind of noodle do you want to make?
Tonkotu? Shouyo? Sio? Miso?
by 14haru rate this post as useful

Re: what is the recipe of the ramen noodle soup? 2012/12/15 20:00
After having watched Tampoppo I know that the soup recipes are closely guarded secrets. :-)

Without having tried it myself and solely judging it on the ingredients and preparation, I think this should be a pretty good recipe: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/722637/japanese-ramen-noodle-soup
by Karl (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: what is the recipe of the ramen noodle soup? 2012/12/16 12:31
Good question 14haru, i really don't know :S I have watched some videos and it doesn't say what kind it is. But In the said video, they talk about cake flour and all purpose flour water + bicarbonate, I don't know if it's right but I was wondering about the right quantity of those ingredients ?
by BelFanny rate this post as useful

Re: what is the recipe of the ramen noodle soup? 2012/12/17 11:12
This is a really good recipe for shoyo ramen. I tend to go a bit heavier with the sugar, but once you've done it a few times you can put it all together in maybe 20 minutes as long as you have chicken broth to hand. I use the powdered dachi stock. For fillers, semi hard boiled eggs are good, also the japanese fish paste things that you get frozen freom the japanese supermarket. I've also put in some duck when we have it, or sliced pork (quickly fried in soy and sugar), but my favorite is crackling pork from the chinese butcher.
by Lazy Pious (guest) rate this post as useful

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