SAPPORO Miso Ramen Noodle Recipe

Up and down, up and down… I am NOT talking about my emotions. I am talking about Melbourne weather. It was absolutely fabulous weather last Monday. Cherry blossoms seem to be blossoming everywhere at the moment. But the nice warm weather is still a teaser in Melbourne. There is more cold weather than warm weather. So, how do you keep yourself warm??? Eat SAPPORO miso ramen noodles!!

In Hokkaido (northern Japan) there are 1999 ramen noodle shops (I googled it). In icy cold winter, I used to eat SAPPORO miso ramen noodles to keep myself warm.


Now I am in Melbourne, I am still eating home-cooked miso ramen noodles -especially in winter. The best thing about my miso ramen noodles is that they are 100% chemical free. (most instant noodles have MSG and other nasty things) . You can get loads of minerals and calcium from my 100% natural Japanese dashi stock.  Also, the ginger, miso paste and spring onions will help make your body warm.


SAPPORO Miso Ramen Noodle Recipe

Ingredients to make 2 servings

2 egg noodles

500ml water

1 SAORI 100% Natural Dashi Stock satchel

1tbsp grated ginger

50g minced pork

1/4 wonbock -cut into thin strips

1tbsp pure sesame oil

2-3 tbsp white (shiro) miso paste

2-3 tbsp SAORI Apple & Soya Japanese BBQ Sauce

1 – 2 spring onions – chopped

salt, pepper to taste


for topping – 2 eggs and/or nori seaweed sheet)

SAPPORO Miso Ramen Noodle Recipe

1: stir-fry mince and wonbock in sesame oil for 5 minutes. add salt and pepper to taste

2: meanwhile, to make dashi broth put SAORI 100% Natural Japanese Dashi Stock in cold water (do not use hot water) and bring to boil.

3: To make ramen soup, add stir-fried mince and wonbock to dashi broth and then flavour with shiro miso, SAORI Apple & Soya Japanese BBQ Sauce and ginger.  Simmer for further 10 minutes.

4: cook egg noodles in hot water

5:If you are adding poached eggs as topping, drop row eggs in boiling ramen soup and cook for a few minutes.

6: serve the noodles and then pour on miso ramen soup, garnish with spring onions & nori seaweed.

IMPORTANT: use only traditional miso paste. The ingredients are soybeans, salt and rice. Nothing else! You can find them in most health food stores.

Want to learn how to make some tasty Japanese dishes that will make you feel lovely and warm.

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