- Prep time 30 minutes
- Cook time 30 minutes
- Serves 2
I have enamored of high quality ramen dishes. The major problem is that i have no space and time to make the broth I like. My local Japanese store sells excellent frozen pork and chicken broth with yuzu, so i tinker with and use that. —LeBec Fin
dried Wakame, soaked to soften, lifted from the water, put into larger bin of cold water, soaked 30 minutes to 1 hour, and hand-rubbed in same water to remove saltiness. Lift out of water and shred finely with knife of scissors
chopped thinnest chinese celery stems,rinsed [DO NOT USE REGULAR CELERY]
finely shredded pickled ginger, rinsed well
fresh ramen, egg or flour, boiled til al dente, and dumped into bowl of cold water with ice, and left til chilled. lift from water, drain and place in 2 bowls
yuzu ramen broth made with pork and chicken bones
seeded and squeezed of all juice , addded to yuzu broth defrosted packet
1/3 of yuzu broth volume
liquid very smoky lapsang souchong tea
In This Recipe
- combine in 2 bowls wakame through ramen. Add tobiko to each, top with enough broth to reach sides of ramen.
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