Mock Ramen ‘Capellini’ Soup. Hiroko Liston Melbourne, Australia For those who have limited access to Asian ingredients, 'Capellini' (Angel Hair Pasta) is the easiest and best option for the 'Mock Ramen Soup'. You can use Thin Spaghetti instead. This 'Mock Ramen Capellini Soup' can be made with only widely available ingredients and it doesn't take long to cook.

Mock Ramen ‘Capellini’ Soup You can use Thin Spaghetti instead. This 'Mock Ramen Capellini Soup' can be made with only widely available ingredients and it doesn't take long to cook. Mock Ramen 'Capellini' Soup Sesame Oil *OR Vegetable Oil • Chicken *sliced, OR thinly sliced Pork • Chicken Stock *Use Asian Chicken Bouillon Powder if you have • Sake (Rice Wine) *optional • grated Ginger • Soy Sauce • Salt & Finely Ground White Pepper • servings 'Capellini' (Angel Hair Pasta) Mock Ramen 'Capellini' Soup For those who have limited access to Asian ingredients, 'Capellini' (Angel Hair Pasta) is the easiest and best option for the 'Mock Ramen Soup'. You can have Mock Ramen ‘Capellini’ Soup using 10 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Mock Ramen ‘Capellini’ Soup

  1. It’s 1/2 teaspoon of Sesame Oil *OR Vegetable Oil.
  2. It’s 100 g of Chicken *sliced, OR thinly sliced Pork.
  3. It’s 400 ml of Chicken Stock *Use Asian Chicken Bouillon Powder if you have.
  4. Prepare 1 tablespoon of Sake (Rice Wine) *optional.
  5. You need 1 teaspoon of grated Ginger.
  6. You need 1 teaspoon of Soy Sauce.
  7. It’s of Salt & Finely Ground White Pepper.
  8. You need 1 of servings ‘Capellini’ (Angel Hair Pasta).
  9. It’s 1 of Spring Onion *finely chopped.
  10. You need 1 of Boiled Egg OR Microwaved Egg (*See my ‘Onsen Tamago’ recipe).

You can use Thin Spaghetti instead. This 'Mock Ramen Capellini Soup' can be made with only widely available ingredients and it doesn't take long to cook. This Thai-style ramen noodle soup is loaded with rich and complex components, including spicy red curry, fresh ginger, smoked paprika, soy sauce, fish sauce and, of course, plenty of creamy peanut. Sesame Ramen Salad This spicy Asian sausage and noodle salad is equally good for lunch or a potluck. —Denese Johnson, Chico, Texas.

Mock Ramen ‘Capellini’ Soup step by step

  1. Prepare Spring Onion and Egg before you start cooking the soup. Get all the ingredients ready to use, and get a large serving bowl ready as well..
  2. Heat Oil in a pot over medium heat and cook sliced Chicken (OR thinly sliced Pork), and lightly season with Salt & Finely Ground White Pepper. When colour is changed, add Chicken Stock, Sake (Rice Wine), grated Ginger and Soy Sauce, and bring to the boil..
  3. Add ‘Capellini’ (Angel Hair Pasta) to the soup. It won’t take long to cook. It usually takes 4-5 minutes..
  4. Before ‘Capellini’ are cooked, taste the soup and add extra Salt and Finely Ground White Pepper as required. Stop cooking when ‘Capellini’ are cooked ‘al dente’..
  5. Pour into the serving bowl, place the Egg and Spring Onion on top, and enjoy immediately..
  6. *Note: Regarding the above photo, there was more soup in the bowl, but the noodles absorbed the soup and quickly became softer. Stop cooking at ‘al dente’ and enjoy it immediately!.

In a medium saucepan over medium heat, bring chicken broth to a bare simmer. Chef Ramsay has perfected the recipe and can put it together in less than four minutes. He says all the dish needs is capellini, two chilis, three cloves of garlic, olive oil, fresh basil, chopped red onion and fresh crab meat. (FYI: If you don't have capellini on hand, angel hair pasta will work just as well.) Traditional Japanese ramen ― the broth-y noodle soup loaded with umami flavors and often times topped with a soft boiled egg ― can take a long time to perfect. Ramen masters spend years honing their craft. But most of us living stateside don't have years to wait on a good bowl of ramen, we have an hour ― tops.

source: cookpad.com

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