Miso soup is a common Japanese dish that can be served anytime, breakfast, lunch or dinner. But don’t mistake it as the same thing as Miso Ramen. In contrast to shio (salt) or shoyu (soy sauce) based ramen broths, miso ramen is usually a bit richer and deeper in flavor. In this month’s Ramen Pack, you got 5 different kinds of miso ramen like potato miso from Hokkaido and wakame sesame miso ramen and a few other noodles.
- CupStar - Hokkaido Potato Miso
Miso Ramen in Hokkaido is especially rich in taste, and it’s common to see toppings like corn and potato added to make it even more rich and satisfying. The soup is flavored with red miso, which is another key to the richness.
- Sapporo Ichiban Spicy Miso Ramen
The miso soup is made pleasantly spicy with chili oil and gochujang (Korean red chili paste) and is given an extra umami of pork and beef. Contains ground meat, red bell pepper, scrambled egg, cabbage, and green onion.
- Susukino Ramen Sora - Spicy Miso
Produced in collaboration with Ramen Sora, a popular ramen restaurant in Susukino, Hokkaido. There is always a long queue of people waiting to eat its ramen, but you don’t have to because you got this! Savor the privilege of eating the top-quality ramen in your comfort.
- Wakame Ramen - Sesame Miso
Did you know that wakame seaweed is also nice as a topping for ramen? It gives a unique crispy texture and umami taste of the sea. The aromatic flavor of the miso soup is made from sesame, garlic, and doubanjiang (chili bean sauce).
- Pork Miso Ramen
A deep miso flavor with umami of pork. The rich taste and the thick noodles will definitely make you satisfied. Have it when you are in the mood for heavy food but not very hungry.
- Niku Udon
Silky-smooth udon noodles in delectable dashi soup. The seasoned beef tastes great when it catches the soup that is slightly sweet. Did you like the mix of savory and sweet tastes?
- Tanuki Tempura Soba
Smooth buckwheat noodles in delicious bonito dashi soup. You can have a nice Japanese lunch if you bring this bowl of soba and an onigiri rice ball. By the way, do you know the reason why it’s called “Tanuki (raccoon)” Tempura Soba…?
- Yakisoba Meijin - Low-sodium
All the same deliciousness but lower in sodium. Flavored with savory and a bit sweet sauce and sour apple vinegar. Enjoy the fresh yakisoba that is (a little bit) guilt-free!
- Kyoto Se-abura Shoyu Ramen
Kyoto has lots of delicious cuisines including Se-abura Shoyu Ramen. Se-abura is the fatty upper part of pork, and it makes a great garnish for shoyu ramen. Seasoned with chili pepper to enhance the rich taste.