#4223: Acecook Gamushara Seabura Shoga Shoyu Ramen – Japan

#4223: Acecook Gamushara Seabura Shoga Shoyu Ramen - Japan

Here’s an interesting one from Japan found in a Zenpop box – check out zenpop.jp and use the coupon code RAMENRATER for a discount!

Here’s what they had to say – ‘When they’re not eating chankonabe, Sumo are always up for a delicious bowl of ramen to build strength for their tournaments. Gamushara, which specializes in ginger and soy sauce, is a popular restaurant with its main store in Hatagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, and was founded on April 6, 2005. Initially, it was named “Dokkan” and offered
pork bone soy sauce ramen, which is a combination of chin soup stock and Iekei ramen. It created an “evolutionary genre” and breathed new life into the ramen industry.
The soy sauce soup comes with rich flavors of ginger paired with pork and dried sardines. The soup that goes with your bowl is where the secret ingredient lies: the restaurant’s unique backfat & ginger flavor. The bowl is finished with moderately seasoned roast pork, green onions, ginger, and processed backfat.’

I wish I had less backfat. Maybe they can make some ramen seasoning out of me. That sounds like a joke my father thought was the best thing ever -‘what happened when the bitcher backed into the meatgrinder? He got a little behind in his orders.’ Let’s just make some ramen.

Acecook Gamushara Seabura Shoga Shoyu Ramen – Japan

Detail of the side panels (click to enlarge). Contains chicken and pork. To prepare, empty the sachets found inside the cup into the cup and add boiling water to fill line. Cover 3 minutes. Add sachet which was on top of the cup. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#4223: Acecook Gamushara Seabura Shoga Shoyu Ramen - Japan

Detail of the lid (click to enlarge).

The noodle block.

Loose ingredients from the cup.

One of two sachets from inside the cup.

A second sachet from inside the cup.

The sachet from on top of the cup.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added chashu, narutomaki, soft egg, mung bean sprouts, shichimi, spring onion, and sesame seed. Noodle came out nicely – a little thick. The broth was a pretty heavy shoyu. Definitely lip smacking greasy stuff. Shoyu flavor was nice. Bits of pork to and fro. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars.  JAN bar code 4901071247461.

Watch me cook on Instant Noodle Recipe Time!

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