We are reinventing the way you eat your meals! Try this super simple recipe using no Pots or Dishes! Take it on the go or make it at the office! Using Cuisipro's durable reusable bags, this recipe will not disappoint!
Whats a reusable bag?
Cuisipro Reusable Bags are a reusable bag that uses zero plastic and can be used in a variety of ways including: oven, microwave, sous-vide, dishwasher and in the freezer. You can cook-it, store-it or protect-it, the Cuisipro Reusable Bag is ideal for marinating, sous-viding steaks or for keeping cereal fresh and sealed.
- Made of 100% platinum silicone.
- It is hypoallergenic, BPA/BPS free and complies with FDA food-grade standards.
- Heat resistant up to 220C / 420F, freezer resistant down to(-40C / -40F).
- Sous-vide capable.
- Lightweight and portable.
What's the History of Ramen?
Ramen was originally imported from China to Japan. Ramen-noodle shops first became popular in both countries in the early 1900s, and the noodles were called “Chinese soba” noodles in Japan up until the 1950s.
But ramen’s popularity in Japan grew after the Second Sino-Japanese war, when Japanese troops returned home from China with a new appreciation for Chinese cuisine. At that time, it is said that the Japanese called it “Dragon Noodle”, which means that the dragon (Chinese) eats noodles.
The earliest ramen house was the Lai Lai in the Asakusa in Tokyo in the Meiji. This store started the traditional Japanese-style soup which has bonito and kelp broth mixed with pork bone or chicken bone soup which became a Tokyo-style soy sauce ramen.
Over time, ramen costs increased, and after continuous research and re-creation by the Japanese, it has became a popular and well-known gourmet. It has been said that in the 1990’s, ramen houses were popping up all over Japan and quickly became must-go destinations for the commuter and the traveller. Ramen is now clearly an international dish with multi-country followers
1 pack ramen noodles
2 pcs baby Bok choy, cut into halves lengthwise
3 pcs oyster mushrooms, tough stem removed, shredded
1 pc red radish, cut into matchsticks
¼ pc small carrot, peeled and cut into matchsticks
½ cup cooked chicken meat, shredded, optional
1 tsp chicken stock powder
1 tsp toasted sesame seeds
1 tsp hoisin sauce
1 tsp sesame oil
Cooking water amount noted on pack (no more than 2 cups)
- Pack all ingredients except water into a Cuisipro Reusable Bag.
- When you’re ready to enjoy, add boiling water, seal the bag, and let it cook until the noodles break apart and are flexible about 6-8 minutes, depending on how firm you like your ramen noodles.
- Customize the flavor to your liking with chili sauce, soy sauce, vinegar, etc.