Garlic Shio Ramen

Inspired by a heavier style of Tokyo ramen, this shio (salt) ramen will you leave you full and satisfied!

The pork bone soup is rich and creamy...but it's also mild, with a smooth flavor coming from plenty of pork back fat (seabura). The salt seasoning is light and allows flashes of garlic flavor to come alive. Crunch from cabbage and spring onions provide a nice contrast to the beautifully seasoned minced pork.

Garlic Shio Ramen

Video Instructions:

Written Instructions:

- Boil 430 ml of water
- Open lid (without removing completely), remove packets
- Place toppings in RED AND BROWN packets on top of noodles
- Pour boiled water up to line, seal lid and place PINK packet (soup) on top to heat
- After 5 minutes, break up noodles and pour in PINK AND YELLOW packets, mix soup and it's ready!

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End Result:


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