Chashu Pork Shoulder Ramen

What to Sous Vide for National Ramen Noodle Day


You’re craving ramen noodles. Level up your bowl with sous vide additions. The Anova Precision™ Oven simplifies long overnight cooks by eliminating any need to babysit. Set it to sous vide mode at 150°F with 100% steam for ramen-ready Chashu Pork Shoulder with a tender, sliceable texture. Cooking in a sealed bag concentrates the meat’s flavors. Meanwhile, use a Precision Cooker to prepare the broth; a high sous vide temperature extracts all of the flavor from  shiitake mushrooms, ginger, garlic, and onion for lots of sweetness, spice, and umami in the finished soup. 

Sous Vide Sides for National Ramen Noodle Day on April 4th 

1. Ramen with Shredded Sous Vide PorkRamen with Shredded Sous Vide Pork2. Tonkotsu Ramen with Sous Vide PorkTonkotsu Ramen with Sous Vide Pork3. Sous Vide Pork Belly RamenSous Vide Pork Belly Ramen4. Chashu Pork Shoulder RamenChashu Pork Shoulder Ramen5. Sous Vide Japanese Ramen Chashu Pork BellySous Vide Japanese Ramen Chashu Pork Belly6. Ma Po Tofu RamenVegan Ma Po Tofu Ramen7. Sous Vide Burger in Noodle BunSous Vide Burger in Noodle Bun

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