Simple Way to Make Creative Nibuta (Stewed Pork) Shoyu Ramen for Healthy Food
Hey everyone, it is Drew, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, nibuta (stewed pork) shoyu ramen. It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I’m gonna make it a bit unique. This will be really delicious.
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To get started with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can have nibuta (stewed pork) shoyu ramen using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Nibuta (Stewed Pork) Shoyu Ramen:
- Take 1 lb Pork Shoulder
- Get 50 cc Soy sauce
- Get 100 cc Sake or White Wine (Don't use cooking sake or wine which contain salt)
- Take 1 tbsp Oyster sauce
- Make ready 1 clove Galic
- Get 10 cm Leek
- Prepare Green Onion as topping
- Make ready Ramen noodle, or Spaghettini+baking soda
Steps to make Nibuta (Stewed Pork) Shoyu Ramen:
- Tie the meat with kitchen string, then place into a deep pot. Pour the water till the meat is covered till half of its hight
- Pour Sake, Soy sauce, Oyster sauce and add leeks (can be scratch), garlic.
- Cook over high heat until boiling. Skim the scam off the top, then turn into low.
- Simmer with lid for 50 -60 min. Meat should turn tender enough to be stubbed by chopstick smoothly. Cool down to room temperature, then take out the meat. Slice into 5mm thickness. Set aside.
- Make Ramen soup from the broth. This broth might be too salty as a soup, add water or chicken broth for your taste.
- Boil ramen noodle as instructed on the package. Drain the water and place a big bowl. Pour the soup and place the sliced meat. Scratch green onion which cut into a small piece.
- A TIP : If you cannot find ramen noodle at your end, can use pasta spaghettini or fedelini. Try to boil it with 1 -2 tbsp of baking soda.
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