This is not a recipe blog or tutorial. I just wanted to share my lovely meal with you lovely people! =)
I marinated the pork in Korean BBQ sauce cooked the meat with mushrooms and once done I added to the slow cooker.
Added chicken broth and water with garlic powder, oregano, cayenne pepper, and pepper flakes.
Chopped up an onion, cut up some bak choy, grated ginger, and seaweed which were all added to the slow cooker.
I let it cook for 3 hours and instead of adding the noodles, I added the uncooked ramen to a bowl and poured the soup over the noodles (this way it prevent the noodles from getting too soggy from sitting in the liquid).
I mentioned in my Spicy Pork Ramen post that I love Asian cuisine! So many great dishes to choose from, and it’s good for your health too!
My husband loves watching Anime and in the shows, one of their normal food of choice is ramen noodles and that’s something he always wanted to try. We actually found a place in New Rochelle, NY that serves this dish!
When we arrived, we saw that they had an open kitchen where they make the food right in front of you! That was a plus because I knew the food would be fresh! They had a bar area with stools in front of the cooking area which is where we decided to sit. There was also the option to dine at regular tables within the restaurant as well.
First we ordered Chicken and Pork Gyoza for our appetizer. It was so good!
For our entree’s, we both ordered their Jerk Chicken Ramen and I had a Japanese Ramune soda to go along with my meal!
The ingredients included: jerk chicken, shiitake mushrooms, corn, green onions, a boiled egg, and seaweed. Ohh my gosh it was so delicious! The flavors all came together so well and it had the right amount of spiciness too!
We definitely had a great experience dining here! The food was delicious and the staff were friendly and welcoming! We’ve been here about 3 times already and plan on going back for more! If you’re ever in the area, make sure to stop by and get a taste of the yummy goodness at Roc N Ramen! You won’t be disappointed!