Tonkotsu Pork Ramen Soup Base Packet (Pack of 4)

$4.08

  • Ramen Soup Base: Tonkotsu (Pork) flavor
  • Classic Yatai (Japanese Hawkers) Style savory soup stock.
  • No chemical preservatives.
  • Individual serving pack – 1.25 fl oz each pack, you will receive 4 packs
  • Quick and easy preparation: Just mix with 12 oz. boiling water
  • Allergen: Contains soybeans, wheat
  • Made in USA

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Description

Classic Style Tonkotsu Pork Ramen Soup Base:

Enjoy a Japanese Ramen Experience at Home.

Japanese classic Yatai (Hawker) style.  Just the right taste, not too light nor heavy.  Enjoy till the last slurp!

  • Tonkotsu Pork Ramen Soup Base (pork flavor)
  • No chemical preservatives.
  • Individual serving pack – 1.25 fl oz each pack, you will receive 4 packs
  • Serve with any type of noodles per your own preference.  Ideal for any type of Japanese noodles, such as Udon, Ramen, etc.
  • Also good alternative uses as a dipping sauce or cooking seasonings.
  • Allergen: Contains soybeans, wheat
  • Made in USA
HOW TO MAKE
Quick and easy preparation: Just mix 1 pack(1.25 fl oz) of the soup base with 12 oz. boiling water, then serve with any type of noodles and toppings per your own preference. Add noodles and enjoy!

 

Tonkotsu history
Tonkotsu (豚骨, “pork bone”; not to be confused with tonkatsu) soup is broth with a typically translucent white-colored appearance. Similar to the Chinese baitang (白湯), it has a thick broth made from boiling pork bones, fat, and collagen over high heat for many hours.
The ingredients used to make the broth vary widely. Many recipes call for salt and konbu (昆布) seaweed, but ingredients like soy sauce, sugar, or rice wine may also be added.

A slice of pork belly is simmered for between two and five hours, then chopped and added to the broth (but may not be eaten). It is typically se

rved with noodles, such as ramen and the thicker yakisoba. Some shops also serve it with rice.
A special chili called “tonkotsu-kōsui” (豚骨蔵水; lit. “pork-bone water”) or “tonkotsu-tokusui” is sometimes used to flavour the broth.
The broth is usually served with thin slices of pork loin, leek, bamboo shoots, and green onions, which are added shortly before the dish is served. Thin slices of fresh ginger may be added, as well.