How To Make Authentic Japanese Ramen




Slide Content Welcome to the ultimate guide on making authentic Japanese ramen! Get ready to slurp your way to noodle heaven. 2


Slide Content First, let's gather the essentials: pork bones, kombu (kelp), dried shiitake mushrooms, soy sauce, and, of course, those chewy ramen noodles. 3


Slide Content Slide on your apron and dive into the broth. Simmer the pork bones, kombu, and mushrooms for hours, infusing the liquid with rich umami flavors. 4


Slide Content While the broth works its magic, prepare the toppings. Sliced chashu pork, soft-boiled eggs, green onions, and nori seaweed will take your ramen to the next level. 5


Slide Content Now it's noodle time! Boil the ramen noodles until they reach the perfect al dente texture. Don't forget to rinse them under cold water to remove excess starch. 6


Slide Content The moment of truth has arrived. Ladle the steaming broth into a bowl, carefully place the noodles, and artfully arrange your toppings. It's a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. 7


Slide Content To add an extra kick, drizzle some chili oil or sesame oil on top. Feel free to customize your ramen with bean sprouts, corn, or even a dollop of miso paste. 8


Slide Content Now comes the best part: slurping! Use chopsticks to grab a mouthful of noodles and savor the rich flavors of the broth. Let the aromas transport you to the streets of Tokyo. 9


Slide Content Don't forget the etiquette! Slurping is encouraged in Japanese culture, as it shows appreciation for the chef's hard work. Embrace the noise and enjoy your ramen with gusto. 10