Such a fun way to soup it up! It explains in the video that we were inspired from a restaurant over in Japan that makes Ramen this way (we say we saw it on one of Anthony Bourdain’s series, or Mind of a Chef, but I honestly think it was I’ll have What Phil’s Having… Great show btw! Watch it pronto), and The Chef says “We have a big version of those… Let’s try it!”, in hopes of finding a new an innovative way to spice up the in home dinner parties we cater.
Well I’m up for anything that I get to eat made by my brilliant man. At least for a taste, which usually turns into an all out gorge fest…. Now if THAT doesn’t make me sounds super attractive….
I swear I’m kind of ladylike.
The process honestly couldn’t be more simple, it’s just having the right equipment. We used our Bodum coffee syphon- which are becoming more popular, and they make one of the best cups of coffee I’ve ever had- and purchased some instant soup mixes from a bulk food store. You could probably make your own, but I don’t know the proportions to make it tasty. I would say stick with instant soup mixes for now, see what you like, go from there. We did a Miso soup, with tofu and green onions for garnish. Don’t you just want to try it? If you’re looking for an impressive way to wow your party guests, seek no further.
Well. You can look at these pictures below…
-The Everyday Chef and Wife