Do you want a piping hot bowl of ramen noodle with miso soup base, buttery corn on top? Marutai has introduced a Hokkaido Asahikawa Soy Sauce Ramen that is raved by ramen fans who wanted a change from the usual tonkatsu soup base. I love how light this soup base is and how ease you can make this on your own at home. Each packet contains 2 servings. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 550ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 5 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.
Itsuki Foods is a ramen specialist from Japan. The land of ramen is nothing short of discerning consumers who only go for the best and Itsuki Foods is up there on our list. This Hokkaido Shio Mellow Salt Ramen is for those who prefers a mild and light shio soup that reminds you of home-cooked noodles (without the fuss). The broth is made by boiling down chicken bones and seafood products (such as dashi stock, dried sardines and bonito flakes), and it has a characteristic transparency. Ready in less than 5 minutes, it gives you a combination of taste, convenience and nutrition. Add corn, egg and some pork slice and you are ready to enjoy Hokkaido Ramen in the comfort of your home. Cooking instructions Cook noodles in 500ml of boiling water and stir to separate the noodles. Cook for about 2 minute and 30 seconds. Stir in soup mix. Serve in a ramen bowl and add garnishing (eg. spring onions) to taste.
Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, is famous for its ramen. Most people in Japan think of Sapporo with its rich miso ramen. Miso ramen is originate from there and and now you can enjoy it at your own home. Cooking instructions Bring to boil 450ml of water (for one serve) in a pot. When water boils, put the ramen into the pot and cook for 1 minutes. Remove pot from stove and add in soup base. Add optional ingredients or garnishing. Ready to serve.