Red meat and processed meat

10-Minute Tantanmen EASY Homemade Ramen

2020-10-16 14:45 #0 by: Evelina

I love ramen! Would love to try this recipe but I would have to make a trip to the asian store. 

Ingredients 

For Tare (Seasoning Sauce)

3 tbsp Tsuyu, Japanese soup base sauce (or 2 1/2 tbsp soy sauce + 1/2 tsp hondashi) https://amzn.to/3kajP5W

2 tbsp tahini

1 tbsp chili oil https://seonkyounglongest.com/chili-oil/

For Meat

2 tbsp chili oil or regular cooking oil (adjust to your liking) 

3 cloves garlic, chopped (approximately 1 tbsp)

1 oz ginger, chopped (approximately 1 tsp)

1 tbsp toban djan, Chinese chili bean paste https://amzn.to/2UmIWbc

1 tbsp oyster sauce

1/2 lb ground pork, beef, chicken or impossible meat

3 tbsp rice wine 

For Soup

1 cup water

2 cups un-flavored soy, oat or cashew milk

2 tsp chicken powder/bouillon 

For Noodles & Toppings

1 baby bok choy, cut bottom & separate each leaf 

handful beansprouts

2 portions fresh, frozen or dried ramen noodles

1 to 2 green onions, chopped

1 ramen egg  https://seonkyounglongest.com/ramen-egg/

sesame seeds & sansyo powder (optional) https://amzn.to/2BZl2vQ

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2020-10-21 13:02 #1 by: Niklas

Is that leek on the top? I don't like the texture of it in my mouth but it adds a fresh look to food even after it's been cooked.

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2020-10-21 13:04 #2 by: Evelina

That looks like salladslök or green onion in english. Its common to use in asian dishes.

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2020-10-21 14:14 #3 by: Niklas

Okay, then it's probably that in Miso soup as well.

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2020-10-21 14:33 #4 by: Evelina

Yeah I think so. Or maybe chives, but chives are much smaller.

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2020-10-21 14:43 #5 by: Niklas

I thought chives meant endiver (endives) in Swedish, but just realised that it's gräslök. 😀

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2020-10-21 15:06 #6 by: Evelina

Haha yes it is gräslök 😄

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