While Chashu is usually roasted on a pan or oven, slow cooker is another good way to easily cook chashu! Pork belly is the common meat used for chashu, but pork butt is also a good option. On cold day we recommend cooking our Premium Seafood Tonkotsu Ramen and pair it with some chashu! *The cooking time includes the time it takes to make Slow Cooked Pork*
- 1 serving Premium Seafood Tonkotsu Ramen
- 1 packet Premium Seafood Tonkotsu Ramen Soup Base
- 1 ¼ cups Hot Water
- 2-3 slices Slow Cooked Pork you can follow our recipe below
- 50 g Spinach
- 1 Spring Onion diagonally cut
- 1 slice Naruto (Fish Cake)
Slow-Cooked Pork (8 servings)
- 2 lbs Pork Butt
- 4 cups Water
- ½ cup Soy Sauce
- ½ cup Mirin
- 1 clove Garlic sliced
- 1 thumb Ginger sliced
- In a slow cooker, pour water, soy sauce and mirin. Add garlic and ginger. Mix well.
- Submerge the pork. Cover and cook on low heat for 8 hours. Store the pork in the fridge. As the pork is in the broth, It can be stored for about a week.
- Prepare spinach. In a medium pot, boil water. Blanch spinach for 30 seconds. Then quickly soak in cold water and drain well. Cut into bite size.
- To prepare the pork slices, prepare slow cooked pork. Heat a frying pan and roast the pork both sides.
- Boil 4 cups of water in a large pot and cook noodles following direction on the package. Drain well.
- Boil 1 ¼ cups water in a medium pot and pour the soup base. Mix well.
- Transfer the noodles into a ramen bowl and pour the prepared soup. Place the toppings and you are done!
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