ramen with long green onion, char siu & boiled egg
- Serves: 2
- Calories: 538 kcal
- Japanese: Negi-chāsyū-nitamago-ramen
Slice the Japanese-style char siu (or ham) into lengthwise.
Cut the green onion into 2 in. pieces. Then cut in half lengthwise. Then slice the open halves lengthwise into thin strips. Cut the eggs in half lengthwise.
For boiling the noodles later, pour the water into a big pan and bring to a boil in advance. In a separate pan, bring the Chinese soup stock (or chicken broth) to a boil. Remove from the heat.
Pour 1 tbsp. soy sauce into each serving bowl. Add the boiled Chinese soup stock (or chicken broth) to each bowl.
Add the ramen noodles (or Chinese noodles) to the boiled water. Boil for 1 to 4 minutes (follow the cooking instructions on the bag). After boiling, drain the noodles in a colander and quickly add to the serving bowls.
Place the Japanese-style char siu or ham, sliced green onion and eggs over the noodles.
Long green onion (negi), char siu and boiled eggs with soy sauce are a very popular and delicious ramen topping.
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