This Fiery Ramen Will Heat Up the Chilly -Ber Months
Get it while you can!
(SPOT.ph) The chilly air and regular downpours mean it’s the perfect time to warm up with a hot bowl of ramen. A hearty soup is already enough to chase away the cold, but you can take it a step further with ramen that’s deliciously spicy like Ippudo’s new Tantanmen (P495).
Tantanmen is a kind of ramen inspired by the Chinese dan dan mian or dan dan noodles, a dry noodle dish made with chili oil, ground pork, and scallions. Ippudo’s version has tantanmen oil added to their signature tonkotsu broth to give it that distinct spicy and nutty flavor. This bowl is then topped with ground pork, torched chashu or braised pork belly, cilantro, and a perfect onsen tamago or Japanese-style soft-boiled egg. Grated parmesan cheese gives the broth a creamy finish to make it extra rich. You’ll want more than one bowl of this, whatever the weather—you’ll have to hurry though, because it’s only available until the end of October.
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