DELICIOUS EASY PORK RAMEN IN 30 MINUTES
This Easy homemade Pork ramen, with a flavorful broth, succulent pork, fresh veggies, lots of noodles, and a soft cooked egg. Inspired by our trip to Japan, myself and my Hubby love to create a Ramen of different sorts at home and as fiery as we want. This is our easiest one I’d like to share and on the table in under a half hour. It would take a lifetime to address all the possible variations of this Japanese classic but this version is super easy and so delicious I know you’ll crave it when your looking for a nice comforting dish!!!
2 tbsp sesame oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tsp salt
1 Tsp Chinese five spice
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 lb pork tenderloin thinly sliced (i always pick up a lovely one @supervalu )
2 poached eggs
1 tbsp minced fresh ginger
1 Tbsp Cajun spice mix
2 chicken stock 900ml
2 tbsp light soy sauce
2 Tbsp Siracho Sauce
1/2 punnet mushrooms sliced
2 finely chopped tomatoes
1 package Ramen noodles
2 spring onion, thinly sliced
Fry mushrooms, onion and garlic in a pan with a oil and salt & pepper (I like to use a low cal spray oil as much as I can ) fry for 2/3 minutes until soft.
Add in the chopped tomatoes & Ginger and stir for 1 minute.
Then add in all the sauces and Chinese 5 spice along with stock and bring to the boil.
In the meantime fry the pork tenderloin pieces on a hot pan with some low cal oil and sprinkle with Cajun seasoning turning after 2 minutes each side then add into the pan of liquid.
Bring a pot of water to a simmer. Stir the water to create a gentle whirlpool and add your egg to poach. Use a little vinegar if you like.Cook for 3-4 minutes or until the white is set.
Also in another pot of boiling water add your ramen noodles and boil for recommended time and place into serving bowl.
Pour sauce evenly into bowls of noodles. Top with the poached egg and Serve garnished sliced green onions.
Another way to top your ramen is with a beautiful Ramen egg. Which is a boiled egg, marinated for 2 hours or overnight in soy sauce, mirin and dark soy sauce. You can add some garlic and cayenne pepper for extra taste. They are truly tasty and I highly recommend you try at some stage if you want to up your Ramen Game!!!
Real Japanese ramen, the kind that we dream of from our travels and tell stories about, takes years and great skill to perfect. I wanted to create a simple ramen noodle soup that reminded us of Japan, but could be made quickly, with ingredients on hand. I really hope you try it out. You won’t be disappointed!!! I promise.
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