Potatoes and sausage, brah.
Are you a billionaire?
What did that run you?
Nemo’s lucky fin
So I was about to write this damn you :)
This is perfect.
haha honestly though, at what point is it copyright infringement?
I don't see any puctures of food. /downvote
Those curly fries are perfection.
Most of the time you don't even notice the anchovy. It just adds a nice salty umami bomb flavor.
What'd you think? We did this with a tonkatsu (13 hour broth, ugh) and honestly...for all that work, it was really good, but no more good than a good ramen house in the area. It's a lot of trouble to go to, kinda like puff pastry
I tried to make ramen after moving to Japan while in a Japanese appreciation cooking phase. It took all day, was actually pretty expensive to get all the ingredients, tasted alright but I could get one 10x better in 5 minutes for 500¥ a short walk from my house.
Ramen is a leave it to the experts thing. Most devote their lives to it.
A little of this, a little of that. Simmer for 7 hours.
Ok, for real:
Broth5 beef marrow bones 1 chicken carcass (with some meat left on) 2 6” wide sheets of kombu (dried kelp) 2 onions roughly chopped 1 head of garlic 3 leeks 4 scallions 2” of ginger sliced Soy sauce, rice wine and soy paste to taste
Boiled the marrow bones for 15 minutes to remove scum and blood. Wash them off and put them in a roasting pan (or the pot you’ll be cooking the broth in like I did) along with the chicken carcass straight in a 450 degree oven for 20 minutes to roast them.
Deglaze the pot with a couple cups of water to get all the roasted good bits off. Add 8 more cups and raise to a boil.
In another sauce pan cover with a 1/4” of sesame oil and brown (blacken) the onions, leeks, garlic and ginger (the garlic and ginger cook quicker so wait 5-10 minutes after the onions go in). Transfer to stock pot along with chopped scallions, kombu and a tea spoon of soy paste that’s been dissolved in hot water.
At this point I added a 1/4 cup of soy sauce and a 1/4 cup of rice wine. I’ve seen other places add this right at the end which I ended up doing as well to taste.
Add cups of water throughout the day, at a decent boil it needs a few cups an hour at least. I’ve read many who say summer and many who say a good boil.
Hover over it for as many hours as you can deal with before straining it and serving over cooked ramen noodles. Add whatever you’d like for garnish and enjoy!
How the hell did you make it look so awesome
Needs more eggwash! Pity to see that pretty crust like this after all the effort behind it
Totally by chance. Mine came out with a swastika recently.
she is galadriel
Not op but this is baked: https://www.reddit.com/sub/FoodPorn/comments/8x7r8o/apple_pie_homemade_this_is_how_it_came_out_oc/ Looks a littleeee under to me tbh
Needs more egg wash.. and cow bell.
It makes for a more golden, almost shiny crust as opposed to the rather dry and brownish crust seen here.
That is a work of art!
Pic of it baked?
Lay flat in a circular shape on parchment paper in a baking sheet.
Very clever. I am impressed.
Why is it that everything that looks good is bad for my health?
Theres a line formed by that first chip on the bottom left , the meat, sour cream and the jalapeno. I don't know why but this makes it look like the picture was corrupted and glitched/fractured
Do you have room for another roommate?! I need that in my life ASAP!
Coooome on. Six people could barely make a dent? Are you and your friends mice?
I was wondering if anybody else noticed this!