To cook ‘Nibuta’ Boiled Pork, you boil the Pork Block in water with Ginger, Garlic and Spring Onion. The water turns into flavourful stock and it must not be wasted. I make this milky Ramen Soup using the stock. This soup tastes like ‘Tonkotsu’ Ramen Soup that is made by boiling Pork Bones for many hours.
1 cup Stock that is used to boil Pork Block when you cook ‘Nibuta’ Boiled Pork
Grated Ginger and Garlic for extra flavour *optional
1/4 cup Milk OR Soy Milk
1/2 teaspoon Sesame Oil
1 tablespoon White Miso
1 teaspoon Soy Sauce *alter the amount depending on the saltiness of the stock
1 serving Ramen Noodles
Toppings of your choice
Toasted Sesame Seeds
- After you finished cooking ‘Nibuta’ Boiled Pork, remove all vegetables from the stock.
- Heat 1 cup of the stock in a sauce pan, and add a small amount Grated Ginger and Garlic for extra flavour if you wish to. Add Milk (OR Soy Milk) and Sesame Oil, season with White Miso and Soy Sauce to taste.
- Prepare all the toppings. *Note: Today I added ‘Nibuta’ Boiled Pork, Boiled Egg, stir-fried Black Fungus, blanched Bok Choy and Spring Onion.
- Place soup in a serving bowl, rightly cooked Ramen noodles and your favourite toppings. Sprinkle with some Toasted Sesame Seeds, and enjoy immediately.