So the last time I was at the store buying durian, I saw this ramen in the freezer section and I wanted to give it a try. It's Yokohama tonkotsu shoyu ramen. It comes with two servings and it has a noodle package and the soup packet. The instructions say to boil water for the noodles and to use some of the warm water to heat up the soup packet. I thought it would take awhile to heat it up but it was pretty quick. Then I dropped the noodles into boiling water. I also threw in an egg so the noodles wouldn't be lonely. I emptied the soup packet in a bowl of some hot water. Topped the bowl off with some chopped green onions and voila, it's time for the taste test.
The broth had the perfect amount of richness to it and you can definitely taste the pork flavor. I was pleasantly surprised by the springiness of the noodles. For frozen ramen, this is really good, not like something you get at a ramen shop but definitely can tell the difference between it and the fried instant ramen. Then, to level it up, I added some leftover meat and shrimp.