Perfection is our Chashu Pork Belly Ramen Recipe. Chashu is a dish made from fatty cuts of pork slow-braised or roasted until they are juicy enough to simply melt in your mouth. Based on the Chinese BBQ pork dish Char Siu, Japanese chashu is typically marinated in traditional ingredients like soy sauce, sake and sugar and braised/roasted at low temperatures. After cooking, cool it down to keep all of the umami inside of the meat until it’s time to eat! This Chashu Pork Belly Ramen Recipe is one you want to bookmark and keep!
So, So, Umami
Use our Tonkotsu or Shoyu Restaurant Fresh Ramen kit with this melt-in-your-mouth Chashu pork belly recipe at home! Braised in a sweet and savory sauce, you can now add the tender slice of meat as topping to your next bowl of ramen. It’s the most fulfilling reward for any pork belly lovers out there! Get real ramen restaurant experience at home with fresh noodles from Hakubaku USA.
Makes 2 servings.