Saturday Mar 17, 2018
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Chef Ken Woytisek

This once humble dish, noodle soup, has become a globally iconic Japanese food. There are three elements to a bowl of this savory noodle soup: the broth, noodles, and toppings. It is the broth that is the soul of any ramen dish. There are no set standards or definitions for a ramen recipe. Each region of Japan has its own philosophy of ramen. In this class we shall prepare several of the most popular variations: Sapporo Ramen or Miso Ramen (the first regional style ramen that became so popular throughout Japan, Hakata Ramen or Tonkatsu Ramen (for pork lovers!), Wakayama Ramen (claimed to be the most delicious ramen in all Japan), Tokyo Ramen (a ramen with a slightly Chinese take), Nagoya "Taiwan" Ramen (created by a Taiwanese immigrant chef in Nagoya. A shoyu (soy) ramen with a kick of spices). I hope you will join me in the preparation of these wonderful ramen soups! Oishe!
Hands On - Cost: $95 - #73390 - (Class Full)


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