This nutrient-dense, elevated recipe for shoyu ramen has a deep, rich soy broth, chewy wheat noodles, and a medley of fun toppings.

This nutrient-dense, elevated recipe for shoyu ramen has a deep, rich soy broth, chewy wheat noodles, and a medley of fun toppings.

Shoyu Ramen: Ramen is probably the most popular and famous type of Japanese noodle. Certain areas of Japan having their own speciality ramen. There are so many different variations on ramen flavours and toppings, my personal favourite being miso ramen, followed closely by shoyu ramen. Shoyu ramen has a soy sauce (shoyu) based soup with a light flavour. It’s super delicious and a classic Japanese comfort food!

Shoyu Ramen: Ramen is probably the most popular and famous type of Japanese noodle. Certain areas of Japan having their own speciality ramen. There are so many different variations on ramen flavours and toppings, my personal favourite being miso ramen, followed closely by shoyu ramen. Shoyu ramen has a soy sauce (shoyu) based soup with a light flavour. It’s super delicious and a classic Japanese comfort food!

Lush pork, toothsome noodles, and a heady broth you can't stop slurping—it's no wonder ramen joints are drawing droves of diners, off-duty chefs, and seemingly everyone on your Instagram feed. Bringing shoyu ramen home takes a trip to an Asian market, three days of work, and your largest pot, but this low-stress (really!) labor         of love might be the best soup you'll ever make.

Lush pork, toothsome noodles, and a heady broth you can't stop slurping—it's no wonder ramen joints are drawing droves of diners, off-duty chefs, and seemingly everyone on your Instagram feed. Bringing shoyu ramen home takes a trip to an Asian market, three days of work, and your largest pot, but this low-stress (really!) labor of love might be the best soup you'll ever make.

Shoyu Ramen will take you back to your college days. Luckily, the rich soy broth and chewy wheat noodles satisfy way more than the packets ever did!

Shoyu Ramen will take you back to your college days. Luckily, the rich soy broth and chewy wheat noodles satisfy way more than the packets ever did!

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