Char Siu Pork and Marinated Soft Boiled Eggs for Ramen
Char Siu Pork and Marinated Soft Boiled Eggs for Ramen

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Homemade ramen deserves the very best toppings, like these perfectly soft-boiled eggs marinated in a sweet and salty soy-based sauce. Split in half and resting on the noodles, they're an amazing accompaniment to enrich and flavor the ramen. Used my Instant Pot to cook some Char Siu Pork for my Shoyu Ramen.

To get started with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook char siu pork and marinated soft boiled eggs for ramen using 16 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Char Siu Pork and Marinated Soft Boiled Eggs for Ramen:
  1. Get 400 grams Pork belly (block)
  2. Prepare 1 Ramen toppings such as menma, naruto, thin green onions, etc.
  3. Make ready 1 per serving Eggs
  4. Prepare For the seasoning
  5. Get 350 ml Pork cooking liquid
  6. Get 150 ml Soy sauce
  7. Take 2 tbsp Oyster sauce
  8. Prepare 2 tbsp Shaoxing wine
  9. Get 3 tbsp Honey (or sugar)
  10. Get 2 clove Garlic
  11. Prepare To poach the pork
  12. Prepare 2500 ml Water
  13. Take 1 piece Ginger
  14. Take For the ramen soup
  15. Get 1000 ml The pork poaching liquid (or chicken soup
  16. Make ready 180 ml Char siu marinating sauce

All Reviews for Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork). Just a note, if you have a green egg cooker, there is a YouTube video on how you can cook this like the Cantonese do by hanging it in your grill. I marinated two pork tenderloins and cooked the first one after two hours in the marinade. The next most important thing to prepare once you have your pork So prepare some soft boiled eggs, and once the broth is cool (or at room temperature), gently drop Once the broth is around room temperature, gently drop the eggs into the broth to marinate.

Steps to make Char Siu Pork and Marinated Soft Boiled Eggs for Ramen:
  1. Prepare the pork belly block. Massage it lightly with your hands.
  2. Roll it up tightly with the fat on the outside, and tie it up with kitchen twine.
  3. Spread some vegetable oil in a heated frying pan, and brown the surface quickly.
  4. Put 1500 ml of boiling water, 1 piece of ginger and the pork in a pot, and simmer over low heat for 60 minutes.
  5. Smash the garlic with the side of a knife so that its flavors are easier to extract. Combine the marinade ingredients and bring to a boil.
  6. When the pork has finished simmering, put it in the marinade sauce from Step 5 while it's still hot.
  7. Once the marinade sauce has cooled down, put in the soft boiled eggs you've made previously.
  8. Cover the contents of the pan with paper towels and pour some of the marinade over it. Leave the pan for 2 hours so that the pork and eggs soak up the flavors. If possible, leave them to marinate overnight.
  9. Slice the pork while it's cold. If you are using the pork on ramen, thin slices are the best, 3 mm is the ideal thickness. The pork is slippery so be careful when you cut it.
  10. Chop up the end pieces of the pork to use in other dishes.
  11. To make the soup for the ramen, add 180 ml of the marinating sauce to every 1000 ml of the pork poaching liquid. Make sure to taste it while you add the marinade little by little, and adjust.
  12. Top the ramen with the sliced char siu pork, menma, green onions that have been lightly soaked in water, and the marinated soft boiled eggs. Drizzle with sesame oil, and the char siu ramen is done!
  13. For authentic roasted char siu pork, see. - -
  14. You can make a delicious ramen soup using a chicken carcass..
  15. For the marinated soft boiled eggs, see. - -
  16. Niro-style ramen.

Traditionally, char siu is usually made with pork marinated in sauces, usually dyed with red color. The strips of pork are skewered and then cook over an open fire. I've tried making char siu with pork loin but the family complained that it was too lean and dry. I prefer soft boiled eggs, while my husband likes hard boiled eggs for an on-the-go breakfast or snack. And soft boiled eggs being the fourth ingredient (obviously!) My non-traditional ingredient for ramen egg marinade.

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