If you like to be up to date with the latest culinary news, you probably know more than enough what ramen is. Surely you have already tasted it more than once. If not, now that the cold weather has arrived and hot dishes are in the mood, it’s the right time to find out.
Ramen is a dish originally from Japan that has already gained a foothold in cuisine around the world. In fact, it is not uncommon to find ramen restaurants and venues in almost any city, with a legion of followers who appreciate and enjoy the pleasure of this comforting dish.
Although there are different ways to prepare it, the basic preparation consists of Japanese noodles served in a broth prepared with meat, miso and soy sauce. To this you can add different garnishes such as seaweed or spring onion. In this case, we have opted for a version that incorporates chicken and shitake mushrooms, together with cooked Origen Luengo beans.
A very easy recipe to prepare, that does not require any kind of special skill in the kitchen and that will allow you to transport yourself to Japan without leaving the living room. You will have to spend some time cooking the different elements, but the result is undoubtedly worth it.
Chicken and shiitake bean ramen recipe
1 jar of cooked Origin Luengo beans
1 liter of chicken broth
100g soy sauce
40 g of mirin
1 teaspoon of miso
1 package of curly
2 cloves of garlic
1 piece of ginger
100g shiitake mushrooms
1 large or 2 small chicken breasts
4 boiled eggs
2 spring onions
Season and grill the chicken breast, cut into half-centimeter slices and set aside.
Chop the ginger and garlic, lightly fry with a little olive oil along with the chopped mushrooms and spring onion, but reserving the green part. Add the chicken broth to the pot, add the soy and mirin. Boil for 10 minutes over low heat, add the beans, remove from heat and add the diluted miso with a little broth.
Cook the noodles according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Serve the chicken breast, the boiled egg cut in half, and the noodles in a bowl. Add the very hot soup and sprinkle with the finely chopped green onion.
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