Tan Tan noodles are a ramen dish featuring ground pork and a creamy, spicy broth made with peanut butter and chili oil.
Similar to our Dan Dan noodle recipe, this Chinese Sichuan dish is rich, savory, satisfying, with a touch of heat.
Here's how to make Tan Tan ramen. Cook ground pork until browned, then add soy sauce, peanut butter, water and milk. Bring to a boil before adding spicy pork tonkotsu ramen noodles and seasoning packets.
Cook until the noodles are soft to your liking. Top with chopped green onions and a generous drizzle of chili oil (here's how to make your own chili oil).
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Tan Tan Ramen
Tan Tan noodles are a ramen dish featuring ground pork and a creamy, spicy broth broth made with peanut butter and chili oil.
100-200g ground pork
3 tbsp dark soy sauce
2 tbsp peanut butter
½ cup water
1 ¼ cup of milk
Cook ground pork, once brown add soy sauce, peanut butter, water and milk.
Bring broth to boil and then add ramen noodles.
Add MMG soup base and seasoning oil, cook for another 2-3 minutes.
Top with green onions and a drizzle of chill oil.