Taiwanese-style Ramen Noodles. The Top Rated noodle from Taiwan that you need to know about. A-Sha brings the authentic taste of Taiwan to your doorstep. I cooked this dish because my husband requested it.
Soy Sauces; Cooking Vinegars; Cooking Wines; Seafood Sauces; Sesame Sauces & Sesame Oils; Seasoning Sauces; Meal Sauce Kits; Hot. Boil the ramen noodles in a separate pot, follow the instructions on the packaging. Once cooked, transfer the noodles to two large bowls. You can have Taiwanese-style Ramen Noodles using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Taiwanese-style Ramen Noodles
- You need 200 grams of Chinese-style noodles.
- Prepare 100 grams of Ground pork.
- It’s 1 bunch of Chinese chives.
- It’s 1/2 bag of Bean sprouts.
- Prepare 1 clove of Garlic.
- It’s 3 of Red chili peppers.
- Prepare 1 tsp of Doubanjiang.
- Prepare 2 tsp of Gochujang.
- Prepare 800 ml of ＊Water.
- You need 2 tbsp of ＊Chinese chicken stock granules.
- It’s 2 tbsp of ＊Soy sauce.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of ＊Oyster sauce.
Add the cooked pork mince to the top and pour the broth over the noodles. Enjoy with a side of gyoza or “chahan” fried rice! The A-Sha Taiwan style noodles are basically like plain ramen noodles that come with a packet of soy sauce. Not amazing and definitely need something added or else you're just basically eating soy sauce and noodles.
Taiwanese-style Ramen Noodles instructions
- Parboil bean sprouts and Chinese chives. You can also microwave them for about 1 minute..
- Heat vegetable oil in a frying pan, and stir-fry the garlic and red chili peppers..
- When fragrant, add ground meat, and continue stir-frying. Once it's cooked through, add doubanjiang and gochujang..
- Add ＊ ingredients in a pot, and simmer..
- Serve the noodles, bean sprouts, chives, seasoned meat into a bowl in that order. Pour soup on top, and it's done..
The noodles themselves after cooking are tasty enough, the sauce is great if you love straight up soy sauce. What does Nagoya style ramen look like? The most important features are: stir fried minced pork, chives, and a spicy chicken broth with chili oil. Soy sauce is the most normal tare added, but miso and shio can also be found in Nagoya. The locals also call it Taiwan ramen, since it was created by a Taiwanese chef living in Nagoya.