December’s Weekend Ramen: Kasane Miso

This past weekend’s project was for a kasane miso ramen.  But you may ask, what exactly is that?

“Kasane”, referring to a “double-layered” broth, was a combination of both chicken and pork bone stocks.  The idea was to add depth and additional layers of complexity.

In addition to the combined stocks,  the miso tare took an additional approach to complexity by adding in hints of sweetness and curry elements to the miso.

Finally, I took care with the toppings to pair the sauteed bean sprouts and fried shallots with the freshness of chopped green onions.

Finally, I took care with the toppings to pair the sauteed bean sprouts and fried shallots with the freshness of chopped green onions.

The best part of the bowl, for me, is the when all of the flavors have had time to meld (Bottoms Up!🍜).  It is at this point where I feel that I taste it’s true depth and complexity.

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