Easy Shoyu Ramen

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The Dashi is done. To make the ramen broth. In a large pot or stock pot add the oil and heat over medium heat until very hot. Add the sliced garlic and fry until it begins to toast to a golden color.

Stop the toasting of the garlic by adding the finely chopped shallot, and thinly chopped ginger. Season very lightly with a pinch of salt to draw the moisture out of the vegetables. Cook this until the shallots turn translucent. Be sure to keep an eye on the toasted garlic to make sure it doesn't get too much darker, reduce the heat if necessary to keep the garlic from getting blackened.

Turn the heat up to high and bring to a boil. Once it begins to boil, reduce the heat to low and simmer with a lid on for 45 minutes to an hour. The ramen broth is done. To finish the ramen with toppings: I would recommend boiling your eggs while your ramen broth is still simmering to save time, that way when the ramen is done you'll already have boiled and peeled eggs.

You can apply this task stacking method with any of the toppings for the ramen. First start by bringing a medium sized pot of water to a boil. Add your cold eggs and boil them for 7 minutes. Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and transfer them to medium sized bowl filled with ice water.

Let them cool until mostly cooled. Peel the eggs when they're cool and set them aside. With the remaining water that you boiled the eggs in or not if you poured it out, no big deal , boil your noodles according to package instructions. To Serve the Ramen: Pour the Hot broth into a medium to large sized bowl, add your noodles, your heated chashu or other cooked meat of choice , a medium boiled egg sliced in half, finely chopped green onions, sliced shiitake mushrooms, small droplets of chili oil, and a sprinkle of togarashi.

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