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This Instant Pot Tonkotsu Ramen is perfectly portioned for two and is delicious until the last slurp! Tasty ramen noodles swim in a rich, silky broth topped with hearty mushrooms, crunchy bamboo shoots, bright spring onions, and a yolky soft boiled egg. Instant Pot Tonkotsu ramen noodles are so much better than the ones you had in college and are an amazing and flavorful meal to have after an eventful day in the sun.
I adore a piping hot bowl of comfort after a long hot day at the beach or pool.
Being out in the blazing heat then walking into a blasting A/C will absolutely chill you to the bone. And what about the sunburn chills? Have you ever had those? Like, it’s kind of unreal. You’re literally sweltering hot, but freezing cold at the same time. Chill bumps and all!
Luckily this Instant Pot Tonkutsu Ramen remedies those chills likety split!
This gorgeous recipe was made from the cookbook written by my friend, Erica, at The Crumby Kitchen. She has developed 120+ easy, perfectly portioned recipes for the electric pressure cooker and multi-cooker that are just like your favorite family recipes, but made in smaller quantities.
Electric pressure cookers are all the rage right now in the culinary world, and I can assure you it’s for good reason! Pressure cookers can put a meal on the table faster than a hot knife through butter and, when paired with The Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook for Two, clean up is also quicker b/c you don’t have to worry about leftovers!
From meals like this Instant Pot Tonkotsu Ramen to Biscuits w/ Sausage Gravy to Broccoli Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes to Flea Market Kettle Corn, Erica’s cookbook recipes range from on-the-go breakfasts to desserts that cook while supper is being enjoyed.
But guess what!!! Today, I’m giving away a copy of this gorgeous book FOR FREE!!!
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P.S. The recipe for the Instant Pot Tonkotsu Ramen is below the giveaway sign up!
Instant Pot Tonkotsu Ramen
- 1 pound pork spare ribs, cut into 2 inch pieces
- 1/2 pound chicken wings
- 1 tbsp oil
- 1 large onion, cut into thick slices
- 2 garlic cloves, smashed
- 1 2 inch piece peeled fresh ginger
- soy sauce to taste
- 6 ounces Japanese Ramen noodles, cooked according to package directions
- To Garnish: Sliced chashu pork belly or bacon, mushrooms, scallions, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, sliced seaweed, soft boiled eggs, sesame seeds, spicy sesame oil
- Bring 3 cups of water to a boil in a large saucepan on thestove. While the water comes to a boil, put the ribs and wingsinside the pot of the pressure cooker. Select sauté. Carefullypour the boiling water into the pot. Allow the meat to simmerfor 10 minutes with the lid loosely covering the pot.
- Press cancel. Carefully drain the water from the ribs and wings,transfer them to a large bowl of cold water, and remove any fat.Rinse the cooker pot, dry it thoroughly, and return to the cooker.
- Select sauté and add the oil when the display reads hot. Addthe onion and brown for 8 to 10 minutes. Press cancel. Add thegarlic and ginger, then add the ribs and wings. Fill the pot withwater to the 3⁄4 fill line or until everything is submerged. Securethe lid and cook on high for 90 minutes, then allow the pressureto naturally release, about 20 minutes. Place a kitchen towelover the pressure release valve, then turn it to venting. Removethe lid.
- Serve w/ chashu pork belly or bacon, mushrooms, scallions, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, sliced seaweed, soft boiled eggs, and a sprinkle of sesame seeds.