Yokohama Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen

This lip-smacking ramen hails from Yokohama (South of Tokyo)!   

Tonkotsu (pork bones) are boiled for hours and hours to give the broth a creamy white flavor and color. A strong soy sauce (shoyu) seasoning give the broth a salty jolt and changes the color to brown. In this instant ramen, you get three sheets of seaweed and fresh spinach...just like in Yokohama!

Video Instructions:

Written Instructions:

- Boil 430 ml of water

- Open lid (without removing completely) 

- Place toppings in red packet on top of noodles   

- Pour boiled water up to line, seal lid and place light green packet (soup) on top to heat, wait 5 minutes

- Break up noodles and pour in light green packet (soup)  

- Add seaweed from clear light blue packet and you're ready! 

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End Result: 

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