Ramen soup is a Japanese soup dish with noodles. The dish has influences of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or fish-based broth. Also, very often flavored with soy sauce, curry base or miso, and use toppings like sliced pork, dried seaweed, menma, shrimp and green onions or dry onions.
The historical evidence of Ramen soup is unclear even today. Some evidences have proven the dish originated from China. But most of the japanese nationals saying that the dish was invented in Japan in backing days. ( The origin can’t be proved until today)
Just after the World War II, the most cheapest and rubbish flour imported from the USA swept throughout Japanese market.
At the same time, millions of overseas Japanese troops had returned from China and elsewhere in the world such as East Asia from their deployments. Then, Japanese military stated make Noodles in large quantities to feed japanese soldiers who had returned from the post war.
NAO Japanese Restaurant in Perth
Chef NAO has been living in Australia for many years and Chef borne in Toyama City, grew up in the same place until his middle age on the other hand his family from Hokkaido City in Japan.
Is this makes any difference?? Yes indeed!
Chef NAO has Preserved knowledge about Ramen Soup as well as local ingredients across 2 japanese regions. And Chef NAO able to combines his knowledge, expertise as well as Modern Australian culinary skills together, makes the best RAMEN SOUP in City of Perth for our travel communities as well as locals.
Most japanese noodle are made from 4 to 5 basic ingredients such as wheat flour, salt, water, spinach and kansui ( kansui is salt water)) a type of alkaline mineral based on Sodium Carbonate)
Ramen soup base
Ramen soup basic stock is generally made from stock based on chicken or pork or more even beef. Combined with a variety of local japanese ingredients such as kombu, katsuobushi,niboshi, beef bones, shiitake, and onions and it also depends on the Regions in japan.
Types of Ramen Soup flavor
Shōyu: “soy sauce base soup
Shio: (“salt”) Ramen is a pale, clear, yellowish broth
Miso: Base on traditional Miso with create a thick, nutty and tangy flavor
Tonkotsu: Pork storck base cloudy white broth.
Curry Ramen: was first created in 1965 in Hokkaido region in Japan.
Type of Toppings
Traditional Japanese names: Chāshū, Scallions, Seasoned boiled egg, Bean or other sprouts, Menma, Kakuni, Nori, Narutomaki, Corn, Butter, Wakame