Japanese ramen entered Japanese society from China relatively recently, and so unlike many Japanese dishes, there is no ‘correct form’ to ramen making. Ramen ingredients vary from restaurant to restaurant, with 26 different nationally recognized types of ramen noodle. Ramen ingredients, authentic stoneware ramen bowls and ladles mean you no longer have to travel to Japan for making ramen.
See our introduction to ramen from Bone Daddie’s Ramen founder Ross Shonhan, along with his top 5 tips for making ramen. Try your ramen ingredients in recipes: chicken broth-based miso ramen, or pork-based tonkotsu ramen. Plus the most classic ramen ingredient, nitamago ramen egg, and the ramen flavour bomb – katsuobushi bonito salt.