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2 tbsp boiled corn
1 tbsp mirin, choose the halal version
1/3 tsp pack of chicken curry indomie
2 tsp
1 tsp Cashew
1 tbsp
2 cloves of garlic, puree Salt And Freshly
Pepper and sesame to taste pieces of red chili
700 ml Gelatine
150 gr ramen noodles or egg noodles sheets of nori

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Shoyu ramen halal

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Halal shoyu ramen is a variation of the traditional Japanese shoyu ramen that adheres to Islamic dietary laws. In halal shoyu ramen, the ingredients and cooking methods are adjusted to ensure that they are permissible (halal) for Muslims to consume. Here’s a basic recipe for making halal shoyu ramen:


For the Broth:

  • Halal Chicken or Beef: Use halal-certified chicken or beef to make the broth.
  • Water: For simmering the meat and creating the broth.
  • Onion: Chopped onion adds flavor to the broth.
  • Garlic: Minced garlic enhances the savory taste of the broth.
  • Ginger: Freshly sliced or grated ginger adds depth and warmth.
  • Soy Sauce: Ensure that the soy sauce is halal-certified. It provides the base flavor and the signature shoyu (soy sauce) taste.
  • Mirin Substitute: Use a non-alcoholic substitute for mirin, such as a mixture of sugar and water or a halal mirin substitute if available.
  • Salt: For seasoning.

For the Noodles and Toppings:

  • Halal Ramen Noodles: Look for ramen noodles that are specifically labeled as halal.
  • Halal Protein: You can use halal-certified chicken, beef, or tofu as your protein source. Cook and season the protein according to your preference.
  • Vegetables: Common toppings include halal vegetables like scallions, bean sprouts, corn, and bamboo shoots.
  • Eggs (Optional): You can include soft-boiled or marinated eggs as a topping. Ensure that the eggs are from a halal source.


Here’s how to make halal shoyu ramen:

For the Broth:

  1. In a large pot, add water, halal chicken or beef, chopped onion, minced garlic, and ginger slices. Bring the mixture to a boil.
  2. Skim off any impurities that rise to the surface.
  3. Reduce the heat to a simmer and add soy sauce, mirin substitute, and a pinch of salt. Continue to simmer for at least an hour, allowing the flavors to meld and the meat to become tender.
  4. Strain the broth to remove solids, leaving you with a clear and flavorful broth.

For the Noodles and Toppings:

  1. Cook the halal ramen noodles according to the package instructions. Drain and set aside.
  2. Prepare your halal protein source (chicken, beef, or tofu) by cooking and seasoning it to your preference.
  3. Prepare your choice of halal vegetables and toppings.

Assembling the Halal Shoyu Ramen:

  1. Place a serving of cooked ramen noodles in a bowl.
  2. Add your cooked halal protein and halal vegetables on top of the noodles.
  3. Pour the hot shoyu broth over the noodles and toppings.
  4. Optional: Garnish with soft-boiled or marinated eggs, if desired.
  5. Serve the halal shoyu ramen hot, and enjoy!

Halal shoyu ramen is a flavorful and satisfying dish that allows those who follow Islamic dietary guidelines to enjoy this classic Japanese comfort food. You can customize the toppings and seasonings to suit your taste preferences while ensuring that all ingredients are halal-certified.



How to make:

Mix all ingredients except hot water. Stir until slightly thickened and smooth. Boil noodles and drain. Then put the noodles in a bowl.


Mix the hot water into the shoyu ingredients. Taste it. If it doesn't fit, you can add it according to your taste.


Then pour into a bowl that has been given noodles. Add toppings and it's ready to be served.


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