Read More…, ↑ BACK TO TOP | HOME | ABOUT | PRIVACY POLICY | Copyright © 2020 Onion Rings and Things, LLC. This recipes is making me hungry! Cook for 2 to 2 1/2 hours or until pork is tender. Your comment will appear once it has been approved. Just before serving, divide noodles among 6 deep bowls. Hey Nick – Huge fan, have made tons of your recipes. Yummy! . I also love pork! I only recently became enamored of pork shoulder, mainly for carnitas, so would be interested in a different flavor. Look in the refrigerated section of Asian markets for fresh noodles. Thanks for this recipe–sounds great! I should've known better - the best broths are always made from bones. To start the braise, add the ginger (peeled and sliced) and garlic (crushed) into a large pot with the sugar. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. It looks great! You read that right. But if you MUST, Boston butt, or more commonly known as pork shoulder, will be the next best thing. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful sounding book. That looks delicious! Your posts are welcome and appreciated. I’ll give it a try!!! This would be great to win right before the holidays! Strain and rinse pork and set aside for later. This would be a nice change of pace. To make this even easier, place the garlic into a bowl, and pour the tomato sauce into the bowl. packages fresh thin and wavy ramen noodles (or six 3-oz. Ya man… email me any time. Thanks! Used white wine since I didn t have any sake. A couple of days ago, we talked about making my mother’s braised pork belly in soy sauce, or tau yew bak (in Hokkien)—one of the many family recipes that my mother excelled in. Place the pork roast into the bottom of a slow cooker. xx. Tried this recipe? Hey! | 30 people have saved this recipe. This recipe looks yummy! SRIRACHA SAUCE. This slowly melts the fat in the pork and leaves you with a perfect pulled pork, but this method is a little different and totally new to me. This pork look delicious! I’d love to try to make this while the grand kids are here this week. I will make it with chicken thighs also. In a pot over medium heat, combine sake, soy sauce, mirin, brown sugar and ginger. Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. I’ll have to try this recipe for the boyfriend and find some veggies to sub for me. No rating as I haven't made this yet, but thought I'd post a quick suggestion for those who find these instructions confusing. dried seaweed, brings major umami. I know what I’ll be making for the weekend, though! You have successfully subscribed to our newsletter. Currently making it, and all I can say is that while it sounds good, it can be very confusing, especially for beginners like me. I’m keeping my fingers crossed… and my stove fired up! Hey Penny, there wasn’t instructions for pressure cooker. Thanks! Will make it this weekend, since it is supposed to be cold. Her tau yew bak was legendary; the pork belly was always tender, juicy, and they are steeped in an intensely flavorful soy sauce. I am always looking for new ways to make pork. Rating View Rating(1) Already Voted! One quick note… I substituted normal white wine for sake and also rice wine vinegar for Marsala wine. This recipe looks great. Yes, the soy sauce and sugar give the meat a nice, inviting color . Tender and so good family raved and wanted more. An Elite Cafe Media Food Publisher Looks like a great cookbook. I have never been a true fan of pork. Great dish. I wanted to make  a meal out of this so I served my pork over brown rice. Simple and delicious. Although carnitas are great. Allrecipes is part of the Meredith Food Group. This cookbook and I were made to be together…. Keep unpeeled eggs covered in cool water. This looks SO yummy! cant wait to try this one. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Serve ramen with chili oil, sesame oil, and shichimi togarashi. It seems so simple to make with such a delicious outcome. Makes 6 servings. I have never cooked pork shoulder this way, only ever whole. Pour the tomato sauce, sugar, soy sauce, sake, and garlic into a bowl, and stir until the sugar has dissolved. Add chicken, spareribs, scallions, carrots, garlic, ginger, and bonito flakes. I have tried many of your dishes. I can’t wait to try this. There’s a pork shoulder in my freezer that has been just waiting for the perfect recipe, and I think I just found it! I would love to win it, it looks inspirational!!! Bring to a slight simmer, then cover, and simmer the pork for about 75 minutes. Oh my goodness, that recipe looks so good. 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. Thanks for giving me a chance to get the cookbook. The two winners of the Bountiful giveaway are Clinton (#49) and Ani (#43). 0. Simple and delicious. Thinly sliced, perfectly cooked, juicy pork tenderloin and an egg with a gloriously runny egg yolk, crunchy Asian greens, and flavorful mushrooms, all swimming in a scrumptious and flavor-packed ramen noodle broth. Then I drizzled on a bit more of the reduced sauce and a few squirts of Sriracha because, hey, why not? Sounds delicious, I shouldn’t have opened this at this hour. Would love to try the ginger flavor too. If you have pasta equipment, I highly recommend making your own homemade noodles to accompany this dish. Add in a thin layer of oil. The noodles were organic rice ramen noodles, and they were great. Heat oil in a large heavy pot (at least 8 quarts) over medium-high heat Cook Pork shoulder is so delicious—–cooked any way I think. I am always looking for new recipes. Thank you for leaving a review. I usually make pork tenderloin. My body needs to get rid of that pork intolerance it thinks it has! It was a relaxing time in the kitchen, though, and nothing was overly fussy or complicated once I read the instructions a few times. Originally posted on June 6, 2016 by Lalaine. Cover the slow cooker, and cook on Low for 8 to 10 hours. But switching up your side dishes can bring a refreshing change to a classic comfort food dish. I’m making this within the week. 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This one looks like it is very good and when I can afford the shoulder, I will give it a go. Fill the tomato sauce can with soy sauce and pour it in the bowl, and use the can to measure out the sugar. It looks so good! I cook a lot with pork belly but that usually means special trips to Asian supermarkets as this cut of meat is hard to find at major grocery stores. I didn't cook in slow cooker. Some of the photos just give me a huge case of photo envy. Patience. Sure, when I had the time. However, that sauce/glaze really makes it look gorgeous, and it sounds delicious. The bar was high, as it is one of my favorite dishes ever, and I've had it many times at ramen shops in Chicago and other major cities. Sometimes you need something quick to make like this. + You can find all the Asian ingredients here at Asian markets, in the Asian foods section of some supermarkets, and at Their photography is incredible. Hello! Those pictures are making my mouth water! Bring the braise to a light simmer over medium heat, then turn the heat down to medium low and cover the pan.