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Made some Pork bone broth.... now???

post #1 of 8
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I would like some suggestion on some good meal that uses this . I could use it for split pea soup / ham ?

 

 

 

Thanks 

AB 

post #2 of 8

I'd make risotto or jook with it, if you really want it to shine.

post #3 of 8

Ramen!

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I'd make risotto or jook with it, if you really want it to shine.


I have Heard of this and would love to try It is Congee ? Don't know how to make it. I know it's with rice I'm assuming there's a perfect process to employ my broth but how do you do it?

post #5 of 8

Yeah, jook is congee. Go for a ratio of 8:1 - 10:1 fluid to rice ratio. Rinse the hell out of the rice (I use jasmine) and throw in some scraped ginger root in appropriate proportion. Simmer for a few hours and adjust the fluid as needed. You can serve it with almost anything, and it's really the toppings that are the fun part. Fried shallot, slice scallions, soft-boiled egg, pork floss, and chili oil are pretty standard.

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Ramen!


Tell me about Ramen please . 

post #7 of 8

You'd be making Tonkatsu Ramen. There are many variations and lots of recipes for it on the internet. I personally use thinner udon noodles from my grocery store and I imagine you can get away with most any asian style noodle. The bones are usually cleaned before making stock with them to produce a clearer stock but still packed with flavor. Some add finely chopped pork fat for extra texture. Theres so many ingredients you can add to it such as mushrooms, nori, chili oils, scallions, sesame seeds, various cuts of pork, ajitsuke tamago to name a few. Look up some recipes, ramen is fun and easy if you got your stock or broth game on lock.

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''Great dishes of the world'' by Robert Carrier ( pea soup ) .I took the cheap and easy way out.

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