Recipe: veggie tofu ramen bowl

December 2nd 2012katie

Ramen is fast becoming a new foody trend, with lots of new places opening up in town serving delicious bowls of noodles swimming in sweet-sour stock. Unfortunately the key component of traditional ramen is a dollop of sizzling pig fat (along with boiled bones to make the stock), so I can’t indulge in the real deal very often. But I’ve made a pretty good take on it at home a few times, perfect for cold nights and very healthy! It gets its body from marinated crispy-fried tofu, and the addition of an egg or two, swirled into the stock, makes it even more filling.

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Comments (2)

  • adam

    December 3rd 2012 at 1:36 am

    nice recipe. Yes, it’s pretty disappointing we can’t indulge in this latest craze! I will try this, I think I might also add a really dark miso-based stock to try and get the depth of flavour a meat stock would give.

    1. Katie

      December 3rd 2012 at 10:55 am

      Miso ramen is popular in Japan, I will have to try it too! I find miso a bit sickly sometimes, though.

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