Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen
Spicy Miso and Mushroom Ramen, an outstanding as well as distinguished noodle-soup dish, is a national obsession in Japan. Though the dish was originally imported from China, it has been widely popular in Japan in the recent decades. The intense savour along with the scalding slurp of the dish is certainly enough to explain why this dish has become vastly famous in the region. Now it claims to be the part of the 21st century food culture of Japan and is approaching to be a global cult.
15 g sliced ginger
35 g dried shiitake mushrooms
35 g brown miso paste
15 g chilli paste
100 g Gluten-free dried soba noodles
120 g bokchoy
1 red chilli, chopped
1 tsp sesame oil
- Soak shiitake mushrooms in a 250ml/0.25quarts of cold water until soft, for around an hour.
- Drain the shiitake mushrooms and slice into strips, saving the soaking liquid.
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