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Bulalo Ramen

Bulalo Ramen

This bulalo ramen contains simple ingredients and yet lip smacking soup from bulalo or bones cooked for many hours..everybody knows that a secret to a tasty bulalo soup is cooking the bones for many hours.
This Bulalo Ramen is the new Bulalo craze when visiting the magnificent view of Taal Volcano in Tagaytay. This recipe twist of Bulalo Ramen soup is now the hottest craze when visiting the Capital of Tagaytay City.
One of the authentic japanese resto in Tagaytay has introduced Bulalo soup with ramen. And is now getting much attention to visitors of Tagaytay City.  
And guess what, you can cook it at the comfort of your own home too. If you want some hot soup even in summer, and feeling like cooking some food trip with your friends and barkada. This Bulalo Ramen recipe is a thumbs up. Come,and let’s learn how to cook this tasty soup! 



Soup Stock:
2.5 kilos beef bones (bulalo or osso bucco cut)
200 grams white onions
150 grams carrots, quartered
150 grams garlic
100 grams sliced ginger
5 liters water
2 tablespoons salt, to taste
4 packs ramen (boiled for 3 minutes)

3 pieces boiled eggs
60 grams pechay tagalog, blanched
120 grams corn kernels
80 grams fried garlic

Mariner sauce:
150 ml soy sauce
60 ml sake
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar


Boil together ingredients for soup stock for 3-5 hours or until meat is tender. Strain and set aside.

To serve: Remove meat from soup stock bones and marinate the meats in the mariner’s sauce. Pour soup stock and season with pepper. Add in boiled ramen. Top with pechay tagalog, corn kernels, slices of boiled eggs, toasted garlic and a pinch of salt. Voila! You’ve got yourself a very yummy Bulalo ramen. How can you resist these. Dig in and enjoy!

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