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Sapporo Ramen by Raptoid Sapporo Ramen by Raptoid
Ah, the fruits of my hard labor. Last night I just made some Japanese chashu pork. This is what I put it into. Perfect for a snowy night like tonight. ^..^

Originating from the cold far northern Island of Hokkaido, Sapporo ramen uses a miso-based soup. Despite this, it is incredibly rich. Due to the bitter cold climates of Hokkaido, they pour a layer of lard or oil ontop of the soup to trap in the heat. Toppings include stir fried onions, bean sprouts or other vegetables, Chashu pork, ground pork, and even corn and butter.

The soup is so rich and savory, and sits in your gut like a rock. xD
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TankaaKumawani Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Maybe I'll swing by Pacific East at some point and see if they make this. I'm really more of an udon person, though.
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Raptoid Oct 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
If they don't, it's pretty easy to make at home, if you happen to have chicken stock, red miso and lard sitting around. The noodles in Sapporo ramen tend to be the thickest variety. Not quite the same as Udon though.
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Chazeran Oct 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooo sounds really good. Should make some before I go to work and when I come back heat it up and go to bed XD Oh the joys of working night shift.
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SnowyPenguin Oct 23, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You had me up until that last half-a-sentence, haha.
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Raptoid Oct 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah. I highly recommend eating it before going to bed. xD Keeps you warm though.
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SnowyPenguin Oct 23, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah; I've got an Asian market right next to where I'll be living now; I need to try some recipes like this. I know some dirt basics, but I haven't used a lot of the more exotic ingredients, or done miso from scratch yet.
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