Ramen noodles, the quintessence of Japanese cuisine

Japanese people are very proud of the long-standing cultural tradition as well as the most difficult taste in the world. Soba, ramen, udon, and somen are famous Japanese noodles. In this article, let’s find out about Ramen noodles – the most popular dish of this country! When it comes to Japanese noodles, it is impossible not to mention Ramen. Currently, noodles have many different variations, but the original taste of each noodles is still preserved as a culinary culture of Japan.

Ramen noodles are considered the most popular type of noodles in Japan. In 1937, the Ramen noodles craze spread throughout the land of the rising sun. Although appearing later than other famous noodles such as soba noodles, udon noodles, somen noodles … but Ramen noodles still have a certain foothold, representing the soul of Japan.

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Ramen noodles are made from wheat flour, water, salt and ship ash water. Ash wood is the most important flavor that makes the distinctive yellow color of noodles. It is this same material that helps the noodles become soft and increase the toughness.

When eating ramen noodles, Japanese people often use it with meat or fish broth. The broth of Ramen noodles is the perfect combination of Dashi (broth made from chicken bones, beef bones, pork bones, dried shavings of fish, kelp, sardines …) and Tare (spices are added to the broth like Shio, Shoyu and Miso …).

To get the proper flavor of Ramen noodles, it is necessary to have scallions, boiled eggs, marinated with soy sauce and Chashu pork, dried seaweed.

Ramen noodles are quite different from other types of noodles, ramen is made from wheat flour, water, salt and ship ash water. The form of Ramen noodles is also quite rich but basically, they are all the same in terms of ingredients and recipes.
 
Ash wood is an indispensable ingredient for making ramen, which increases the toughness and creates the flavor and yellow color of noodles. Noodles are divided into three types: fresh noodles, dry noodles, instant noodles.

Shoyu is the “soy sauce” in Japanese, so Shoyu Ramen noodles are characterized by soy sauce combined with the light aroma of soy. The noodles of Shoyu Ramen are usually small fibers that help the broth quickly absorb inside or enjoy the noodles and the taste of the broth easily.