Pork Miso Ramen Recipe (Tips to Making Instant Noodles More Delicious)

This quick and easy Miso Ramen uses instant noodles but we will show you how to make it more delicious. A large amount of vegetables and meat with the roughly chopped garlic clove make the ramen so delicious!

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Pork Miso Ramen
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Course Main Dish
Cuisine Japanese
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
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Course Main Dish
Cuisine Japanese
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
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Votes: 2
Rating: 4.5
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Ingredients
  • 3tbsp Corn
  • 3tbsp Spring Onion Leaveschopped
  • Sesame Oil
Instructions
  1. Let’s cut the vegetables. Slice the cabbage leaves into about 1cm or (0.4") strips.
  2. Cut the large garlic clove in half and crush it using the side of the knife. Remove the core and chop the garlic into fine pieces.
  3. Cut the pork loin slices into 4 to 6 equal pieces.
  4. Let’s saute the ingredients. Heat a little sesame oil in a pan. Then, arrange the pork slices into it.
  5. Flip them over.
  6. When the pork slices turn white, add the chopped garlic and a little more sesame oil. Stir and saute until aromatic. Turn off the burner to help avoid burning the next ingredients.
  7. Add the doubanjiang, chili bean paste and saute it to help bring out the spicy flavor.
  8. Add the miso and the soy sauce, and combine the mixture.
  9. Add the oyster sauce, mix and turn on the burner again. Stir and coat the pork slices with the sauce.
  10. Add the cabbage leaves, roughly mix the ingredients and saute until the cabbage softens.
  11. Add the moyashi bean sprouts.
  12. Drop the instant ramen into a large amount of boiling water.
  13. Continue sauteing the moyashi bean sprouts. When the vegetables are seasoned evenly, add 400ml (1.7 cups) of hot water.
  14. Add the package of soup base included with the noodles, dissolve it evenly and turn off the burner.
  15. Lightly stir the noodles with chopsticks. And they’re ready. Strain the noodles with a mesh stainer and remove the excess water thoroughly.
  16. Place the ramen into a bowl. Pour the broth over it and loosen up the noodles.
  17. Then, add the rest of the broth and place the vegetables and the meat onto the noodles.
  18. Finally, top with the corn and the chopped spring onion leaves.
Recipe Notes
  • Combining the attached soup base and the savory umami taste of the vegetables and meat will make the broth more delicious!
  • The cooking time depends on the type of noodles so adjust the timing to start cooking the ramen noodles to taste.
  • You can also use carrots, onions, bok choy or ground meat for this recipe.

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5 thoughts on “Pork Miso Ramen Recipe (Tips to Making Instant Noodles More Delicious)”

  1. Hi!
    May you please share the images of all your condiments that you use for all the recipes you cook?

    Thank you for sharing all these yummy food that we miss from your country.

  2. Thank you for sharing all your recipes with us. I would really like to try to make the Melopan Bread and the delicious Pork Miso Ramen Noodles someday too.

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