Spicy Miso Ramen

Spicy Miso Ramen

Making ramen broth from scratch is one of those things that individuals need 10k hours practicing in order to do well, it seems. It involves pig heads, feet, fish, leeks, various cooking methods all over many many hours and probably other things that are tightly guarded secrets. I’ve tried a few times, and usually end up making a tasty broth that is not like ramen whatsoever. Fortunately packages of ramen can be purchased from Japanese markets with pretty amazing results. Yes, this is a pre-packaged food, and this recipe is one of many ways that we finish off the noodle/broth combo.

This is a Sun Noodle miso ramen package.

Brown ground pork in a pot with a little sesame seed oil. When that is cooked through, add:

Water, Shisen Toban (a healthy spoonful of spicy japanese pepper paste), broth packages.

When the noodles are done, add the broth, and top with green onions cut two ways- julienned and diced.

  1. Jenny says: July 25, 200912:22 pm

    this looks too good! spicy foods are the best, no doubt about it. =)

  2. biz says: July 28, 20091:58 pm

    Love this idea! I have tofu noodles and might try that – I love all things spicy – nice picture too! 😀

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