Japan is famous for many types of noodles from simple to complex, offering a pure and unique flavor. On top of that, Tsukemen ramen is a Japanese ramen noodle with special broth that we can not miss. The difference of this dish from traditional ramen is that noodles and broth are put in two separate bowls. When eating, people use chopsticks to pick up noodles, dip in miso soup and enjoy. Sounds fantastic, right? Follow our recipe to cook Tsukemen ramen right now.
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Heat up cooking oil in a pan and stir-fry onion. Then, add carrot into the pan and stir-fry in 5 minutes. Next, add beef to stir-fry until they are cooked. Then, add coconut milk, water, and curry powder to stir-fry. Also, add fish sauce and white sugar to make the mixture tasty. Continue to cook until it becomes a bit condensed. Then turn off the gas stove and take it out. Place it in a large bowl.