Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX
This rich, deep, traditional miso ramen soup base features a unique combination of spices and vegetables along with only the finest miso and soup.
Thin the ramen base by combining 1 part of this product with 6 parts hot water or broth.
- North America
- Latin America
Basic instructions for use (recipe)
Noodles – 1 bunch
Cha-shu (roasted pork) – 2-3 pieces
Green onions – A small amount
Bamboo shoots – A small amount
Pour 2 oz. of this product into a bowl along with 12 oz. of hot water or broth. Boil the noodles, place into the bowl, and add toppings to make the finished dish.
Add as desired
Bean sprouts ( boiled)
Sake Lee Ramen (Sake-Kasu Ramen)
Somi Kitano Miso – 1.5 oz
Stock soup or hot water – 10 or 11 oz.
Sake Lee – 6 oz.
Ramen Noodles – 1 Bunch
Cha-Shu (Roasted Sweet Pork) – 2-3 Slices
Green Onion – A small amount
Bamboo Shoots – A small amount
Boil the water to cook the noodles.
Mix the Sake Lee, and hot water or stock soup, with the Somi Kitano Miso.
Add the boiled noodles into the soup mixture.
Add toppings as desired and its ready to serve.
Additional Toppings with your Preference
Marinated Boiled Egg (Ajitama)
Daikon Radish – (Finely chopped into small sticks)
Tan Tan Men
2 oz of Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX
2 oz of Sesame Paste
14 oz of Hot Water or Broth
1 Teaspoon of Chili Oil
-Ground Pork Flavoring-
1 lb of Ground Pork
3 oz of Somi Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX
2 oz of Tobanjan
Ground Pork Flavoring – Stir ground pork with 3 oz Somi Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX and 2 oz of Tobanjan. Set it aside.
-Soup – Mix 2 oz of Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX, 2 oz of Sesame Paste, and 1 teaspoon of chili oil in a bowl along with 16 oz. of hot water or broth.
Boil the noodles.
Place the noodles into the bowl, and add toppings (Ground Pork, Green onions, bok choy)
SPICY MISO TSUKEMEN
-Tsukemen Dipping Soup-
1 oz of Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX
2 oz of Hot Water or Broth
5 Teaspoon of Chili Oil or Any spicy sauce you like.
-Dipping Soup – Mix 1 oz of Kitano Miso Ramen Soup EX with the 2 oz of Hotwater or Soup Stock, and 5 teaspoon of chili oil in a bowl.
(You can adjust the amount of hot water or soup stock to your liking if it is too salty or not enough flavor.)
-Noodles and Toppings
Boil the noodles.
Place the noodles into the bowl, and add toppings of your liking (Green onions, Boiled egg/Ajitama, Chashu, Bamboo shoots, etc.)