RAMEN STYLES

 

A dish can tell you so much about a place they say. Although Ramen is originally from Japan as the greatest Japanese export, it got so popular around the world that it was developed in different countries. Style differs typically by region. Well, the sky's the limit! It varied according to cultures, ingredients, local tastes and most especially the type of noodles used. As most ramen chefs say “Perfect noodles will only last for five minutes after they are added to the hot broth-- any longer than that becomes mushy or overcooked.” It is also classified by its heaviness, base broth, toppings and condiments, oils and other seasonings. We enjoy Ramen in any occasions. It might be a birthday, catching up with a good friend or anniversaries. Just the aroma of your favorite ramen can wake you up! The bowl we use is a total plus! We offer you our classy ramen bowls with excellent quality! 

 

There are different styles of Ramen worth circling the globe for and here's the top 5.

 

 

 

1) Miso - This hearty ramen originated in the northern Hokkaido region of J It has thick and chewy noodles, broth seasoned with miso and served with vegetables and garnishes that creates a nutty and sweet taste of the soup.

 

 

2) Shoyu - Shoyu is Japanese for soy sauce. From the word itself, it has a soy sauce base that makes it easy to distinguish because of the brown color it creates. It usually has tangy flavor from vegetable stock with curly noodles. It is light and simple ramen that you can make at home.

 

 

3) Tsukemen - Known as the Japanese dipping noodles. Tsukemen is a different style of Ramen where the noodles are separated from the thick broth. This is where you test your chopstick skill. The way to eat Tsukemen is to take an ample amount of noodles then dip in the sauce.

 

 

 

4) Tonkotsu - This ramen usually takes a full day to make. You will boil pork bones for many hours. The broth is thick, white and is creamy as milk and is seasoned with condiments of your choice. Tonkotsu is the Japanese for "pork-bone broth".

 

 

5) Shio - This Ramen is for the seaweed lovers! It contains a lot of seaweeds. But this is extremely salty! This is actually called the Salt Ramen. It is usually made with a chicken base that is why it has a yellow color broth. This Ramen is high in sodium.

 

    Slurping on your favorite noodles will be extra special if you prepare it in a Japanese bowl that will make you feel like you are eating in a fancy Asian restaurant. And bowl that is just perfect size for serving. And of course, it's a total plus if it is extra durable and made from food grade melamine which is much harder to break and is guaranteed to last you a long time.

     

    Trulli

     

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