Rie’s Tsukemen Recipe • Tasty

Rie’s Tsukemen Recipe • Tasty


there is another type of ramen coated skimming the noodle it’s a little thicker and it’s usually serve the code and you will dip in a hot broth unlike ramen the noodle it’s not sitting on the soup you will take it off a play and dip it in the blocks the noodle itself is separated with the soup you dip the noodle into the soup like soba noodle but it’s a little different in pan of the broth this style is not as popular as ramen but I feel like it’s getting very popular sometime if you go to a restaurant the broth is different and they get created a lot of ramen restaurant will have skimming on their menu so if you like ramen you should give a try or try making this recipe at home it’s very easy to make broth is very condensed and very thick I think it’s a great summer noodle recipe here not sloppy hot broth out of all like ramen instead of you will have a nice refreshing cold noodle energy this recipe is also developed by Daiichi in 50 Japan most of the ramen recipe are developed by him because he loves noodle so much this is a different type of remember if you love noodles and a urogram and i’m sure you will love this also there is a trick to make pasta into ramen flavor noodle so when you’re avoiding water add 1 tbsp of baking soda and add angel hair pasta and once you cook the noodle it tastes like ramen at all it’s a great hat I want to make a video about it but I haven’t had time yet so yeah I was just telling you it now if you don’t have an Asian market or access to ramen noodles just boil a pot of water and other baking soda and it talks and it does the trick [Music] the last time I had a skimmer it was Haneda Airport in Tokyo and when I went to moderate they had a hammam on the airport through the court I feel like some Airport step up their airport few games the same community it’s very refreshing and it’s very different from ramen if you never try it please try this recipe I’m sure you will love it [Music]

100 thoughts on “Rie’s Tsukemen Recipe • Tasty

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  2. Can someone make south east asian food? We have wide variety of delicious food here and it would be nice to see you guys try making it ♥️

  3. This is Saudi Arabia. I'll try beef instead of pork. I think it's simpler and tastes more similar than my favorite TanTan ramen.🥰

  4. Ummmm… buzzfeed we gotta talk. Are y’all putting too much pressure on the homegirl Rie? Cause if so, y’all need to chill.

  5. Ríe upload videos on your channel , many people trust in you , a channel with 300 k with 2 videos , don’t forget your followers, sorry for my English is not my native language

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  7. This is not a recipe. What is the actual recipe here? I feel like Tasty has gotten so big that they aren't even trying anymore. This video seems to focus on displaying Tasty's international stage. Forcing Asians to use terms like "just saying" instead of teaching us how to actually make the noodle is just a time waster.

  8. This is so much better for me. I prefer any noodle to be a little aldente. Mmm this keeps them from getting soggy.

  9. clickbait title, the video recipes are by daiki from tasty japan, who is also a great producer. market the other good producers and stop milking rie

  10. Why does it then say "Rie's"? If the recipe was written by someone else in Tasy Japan, as Rie so kindly pointed out…

  11. If you like creamy yolks, nothing beats sous vide for consistency — 146F (63C) for 45 minutes if you like really soft whites, or 164F (75C) for 13 minutes if you like normal, firm whites.

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