Have you ever wanted an entire plate of that tender sliced pork that comes on top of your ramen noodles? Then this dish is for you. Chef Maiko cooks her pork belly in the same way that your favorite ramen pork slices are prepared - braised then roasted low and slow- but instead of slicing, it's kept as a heartier loin. It's paired it with a garlic and ginger soy glaze, flash-fried shishito peppers and rice for a complete meal!
Tender delicious pork belly! Wish there were more shisitos included, but overall everything tasted great.
Just great. A new favorite.
Delicious and balanced.
Chashu was delish but 4 stars because there's food coloring added to this high quality meal :(
More vegetables, please
rice was a little crunchy, otherwise delicious overall
Good, but not CU five star. Flavorful, enjoyed.
Needs vegetables other than shishitos. Also the pork belly was mostly fat.
Acetic Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Beta Carotene, Canola Oil, Carrots, Citric Acid, Garlic, Ginger, Green Onions, Lactic Acid, Liquid Smoke, Natural Hickory Smoke Concentrate, Olive Oil, Pork Belly, Potassium Sorbate, Radishes, Rice, Rice Wine Vinegar, Sake, Salt, Shishito Peppers, Soy Sauce, Sugar, Water
Recommended for special occations.
1. Preheat to 350F
2. Remove sleeve and peel back film
3. Pour sauce on top
4. Heat up for 12 mins or until heated through
Don't you worry is time is an isue we got you covered!
1. Remove sleeve and peel back film to vent
2. Pour sauce on top
3. Microwave for 2 mins
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