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Pork Stock with Ramen Noodles

The noodles are actually spaghetti with bicarbonate of soda! The soup is made using a pork stock cube, but you can use whatever you have at home.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 1 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Spaghetti 100g
Hot water 1.5 litres
Salt 1 tbsp
Bicarbonate of soda 1 tbsp
Pork stock cube 1
Hot water for soup 350ml
Toppings as you like

Method

1
Add the salt to the boiling water, Turn the heat off and add the bicarbonate of soda - be careful it doesn't overflow.
2
Turn the heat on and add the spaghetti, cooking it on low heat for 2 minutes longer than usual.
3
Add the pork stock cube to the hot water and allow to dissolve.
4
Drain the pasta and wash under running water to remove any smell of the soda.
5
Return the pasta to the pan and pour in the soup. Use your favourite toppings.
6
I bought this bicarbonate of soda from Tesco.

Tips & Note

●I really fancied a pork stock soup with these home-made ramen noodles.
●Adding just a simple stock makes it a salt-based pork soup, but you can add soy sauce or miso. Have a look at my seafood flavour version!

Pork Stock with Ramen Noodles

The noodles are actually spaghetti with bicarbonate of soda! The soup is made using a pork stock cube, but you can use whatever you have at home.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 1

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Spaghetti 100g
Hot water 1.5 litres
Salt 1 tbsp
Bicarbonate of soda 1 tbsp
Pork stock cube 1
Hot water for soup 350ml
Toppings as you like

Pork Stock with Ramen Noodles

Recipe ID :1953 Posted on 29 JUN 2016

Serves 1

Cook 15min
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The noodles are actually spaghetti with bicarbonate of soda! The soup is made using a pork stock cube, but you can use whatever you have at home.

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100g
1.5 litres
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350ml
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Method

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15min
1
Add the salt to the boiling water, Turn the heat off and add the bicarbonate of soda - be careful it doesn't overflow.
2
Turn the heat on and add the spaghetti, cooking it on low heat for 2 minutes longer than usual.
3
Add the pork stock cube to the hot water and allow to dissolve.
4
Drain the pasta and wash under running water to remove any smell of the soda.
5
Return the pasta to the pan and pour in the soup. Use your favourite toppings.
6
I bought this bicarbonate of soda from Tesco.

Tips & Note

●I really fancied a pork stock soup with these home-made ramen noodles.
●Adding just a simple stock makes it a salt-based pork soup, but you can add soy sauce or miso. Have a look at my seafood flavour version!

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