The challenge? Figure out how to make world-class tonkotsu ramen right in my own kitchen. It took over 40 pounds of bones and over 200 hours of collective simmering time to do it, but I cracked the code.
Here is an easy recipe for a basic ramen broth that can be used as a base for any ramen flavour! Simmering the broth for around 2 hours allows the soup to become so flavourful and delicious. You can use chicken carcass that you can buy from your local butcher, and various vegetables to make this simple broth. I hope you enjoy!
Word on the street is that you can turn any noodle into a ramen noodle by boiling it in baking-soda water. We've put the claim to the test, and now have clear instructions for how to do it—and how not to do it. We'll just tell you now, when done right, this is a homemade ramen game-changer.