Many people find Asian cuisine quite interesting. In fact, ramen is quite popular nowadays as people from different parts of the world find its flavorful broth quite amazing.

Here at Zuzu Ramen, we encourage you to try out our delicious ramen bowls to know the authentic taste of ramen. However, if you want to be the one to cook it yourself, we are very happy to share our secrets. After all, sometimes a bowl of ramen is more exquisite when when it is homemade. So, we urge you to try cooking it at home by yourself or with family or friends.

Japanese cooks and ramen masters spent years to master this creation, but no one said that anyone can’t try and make it. Since Japanese cuisine is already known worldwide, and many people desire to eat ramen, here are easy tips for you to make that delicious ramen you’ve been craving.

You can start by making the broth.

First is to put 2 to 3 pounds of chicken bones or you can also put chicken wings if you want into a pot with 1 carrot, 1 celery stalk, 2 onions, 2 cloves of garlic, and 3 to 4 quarts of water. When it boils, graze all the froth, cover the pot and let it simmer for 3 hours. Taste it to see if it’s already flavorful for you.

Now, the soup is not enough, is it? To upgrade the taste, you may put some seasonings for a more flavorful broth. Put some salt and soy sauce since both are good sources of flavor. You might also add other ingredients like miso, garlic mashed with salt and taste it to balance the taste.

Create the noodles you want, it may vary in different widths, lengths and shape but it all comes down to your own preference. Cook the noodles in a pot, boiling unsalted water usually two minutes or less. Drain them and add it to your bowl when you’re finally ready to eat.

The last thing you should do is to add sesame oil, eggs, and other toppings. Then eat it while it’s still hot as that’s how it’s best enjoyed.

Now, that isn’t as hard as you thought, right? But of course, if you want to experience authentic flavors, just put Zuzu Ramen on your speed dial.