Lately, Ramen has gotten popular in Copenhagen. More and more restaurants are now serving up the famous Japanese noodle dish. Last weekend, my friends and I made Ramen together. Of course, we made it from scratch.
We used a regular pasta maker to make the Ramen noodles. To make the Ramen soup tasty, using high quality ingredients is key. We chose organic chicken to make chicken broth and meat for the dish. We used Miso and soy sauce that are not too salty, so we invested a bit more. For example, a bottle of soy sauce costs DKK 130 (USD 19.50 approx.) It seems a bit crazy, but it’s two or three times bigger than the regular size. Moreover, it has less salt and more aroma than the regular brands that we can get in Danish supermarkets.
Making real Ramen is not that difficult, as you can see from my short VDO clips. It takes a bit of time, but we were happy with the results. Itadakimasu!