How To Cook Katsuki Bakugo's Spicy Ramen?

Katsuki Bakugo's Spicy Ramen Recipe

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Ramen Topping

Step 1: Bring a pot of plentiful water to boil. Boil the egg to liking. 4 minutes for slightly set yolk and set white. 5 minutes for a medium cooked firmer yolk and white. 6 minutes for hard-boiled with lightly soft yolk. 8 minutes for firmly hard-boiled. 

Step 2: After boiling the egg, scoop it up and rest it in cold water.

Step 3: Peel the skin and add it to your dish!

Ramen Noodles & Ramen Soup 

Step 1: Bring a pan over a heat. Once the pan is heated up, add any preferred oil (Sesame Oil is recommended). Thereafter, add the onions, minced garlic (not provided) and garlic (not provided).

Step 2: With a wooden spatula, stir-fry until fragrant.

Step 3: Add the spicy bean paste (doubanjiang)

Step 4: Blend the mixture well and add plentiful of water.

Step 5: Add the Dashi Powder, stock and soy sauce to the mixture and taste your soup base. If necessary, add Salt and White Pepper. 

Step 6: Add the Chasu into the pan.

Step 7: Cover with the lid and keep the ramen soup simmering while you cook the noodles.

Step 8: Meanwhile, bring a pot of water to boil. When the water is boiling, ladle some water into your serving bowl to warm it up.

Step 9: Cook the noodles until al dente. (2.5 Min on High Heat)

Step 10: When the noodles are done, quickly pick them up with a mesh sieve and shake out the excess water. You don’t want to dilute your soup, so make sure to drain the water well. Serve the noodles into the warmed bowl. 

Step 11: Add the soup base and the chasu into your bowl and garnish with the Spring Onions given. Feel free to add any other toppings of your choice!

Matcha Tea

Step 1: Sift the matcha into a mug or small bowl to get rid of any lumps.

Step 2: Pour in the 60ml of the hot water. Using a matcha whisk or small regular whisk, whisk briskly from side to side until the matcha is fully dispersed and there is a foamy layer on top.

Step 3: Add the remaining 6 ounces hot water or steamed milk and whisk again until foamy. Sweeten to taste, if desired.

Step 4: Pour the matcha into a drinking cup and enjoy!

*Note: Final product may not look like the one shown above.