Jung Ga Ramen is one of the most popular ramen restaurants in Seoul, but there are few recipes that will make you feel like a ramen connoisseur.
And so I’ve found the best way to recreate this classic dish is with a simple, yet delicious, dish that comes from a classic Japanese recipe.
A delicious, yet simple fish cake.
Fish cake ramans are traditionally served at ramen joints in Seoul.
When you order your fish cake at a ramun, the waiter or waitress will take a fork and a forkful of ramen and then spoon it onto the bowl.
The ramen is then served over the bowl, topped with a layer of fish cake that’s cooked to perfection.
To make the ramen, I simply made a simple fish-curd broth with kimchi and a few other ingredients.
The broth gives the fish cake a crunchy, salty, and spicy flavor that you can really taste.
To create the sauce, I added a little soy sauce, water, and sugar to the broth.
I’m a huge fan of the classic Japanese fish cake, but this is one I can’t get enough of!
I like the texture and taste of the ramens, so I added in some shredded cabbage, shredded carrots, and diced scallions to make it a more complete ramen dish.
If you’re in the area, you can grab a free ramen meal or a delicious lunch from the ramun shop, which is located on KBS.
(Be sure to check out the menu to see what else they have to offer!)
I hope you enjoy this ramen recipe and I’m sure you’ll give it a try.
You can find more ramen recipes here, and if you want to try some of the other ramen dishes at Jung Ga Raman, you’ll find it on the menu here.
Happy ramen making!
Posted by Jung ga ramyun at 10:31 AM