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Ramen Noodle Recipe with bamboo shoots

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BildRamen are fine noodles used for noodle dishes like hot pot or noodle soup. This is a recipe for a japanese style noodle soup.  I love it´s taste and how it`s made, `cause it isn´t as watery as many chinese noodle soups; it`s just another ratio of noodles and water. The noodle soup is easy to make, there`s quite few that could go wrong.

Usually you eat it with any kind of fried or grilled meat/fish that you put on top or besides. I ate it with grilled chicken: https://1countryaweek.wordpress.com/2014/05/17/recipe-for-small-skewers-with-grilled-chicken/

Ingredients (serves 2):

100 g ramen noodles or vermicelli (of course, you can also use other noodles like udon, but finer noodles are perfect for this dish)

1 tbsp miso paste (light or dark, how you prefer)

4 cups / 1 liter chicken stock (don´t make it too salty!)

1 tbsp chili paste (or more if you like it spicy! 😉 )

1 garlic clove, minced

2-4 small slices ginger

2 tbsp soy sauce (if it isn´t enough, add more afterwards)

1 tbsp sesame oil

1 cup bamboo shoots (bamboo sprouts)

1-2 tbsp bonito flakes (not necessary)

1 pickled garlic clove, sliced (not necessary)

Evtl. for topping: Shredded nori, hard boiled egg(s), meat, spring onion…

1. Cook the noodles as described on the packaging.

2. Warm the sesame oil in a large pot. Add the garlic, bamboo shoots, ginger and chili paste.

3. Deglaze with the chicken stock, add the other ingredients (except of the noodles), wait until it´s boiling and then put on low temperature.

4. Add the noodles and turn off.

Enjoy your meal!

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Author: selmamatter

Hey there I´m a swiss student living in Zurich. My blog www.1countryaweek.wordpress.com is about foreign food and lifestyle; I choose one country per week to blog about.

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