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Berkshire Pork Belly Ramen for 2

serves 2, ready in 15 minutes
3.8 stars
(100 reviews)
  • Dairy-free
Berkshire pork is a yummy heritage breed known for its excellent marbling (that’s lots of fat worked in with the muscle, creating a juicy, super flavorful meat). Here you’ll brown it before adding it to the ramen and the broth. Also for you to add at will: an egg, nori, pickled daikon and cucumber, chile oil, togarashi, and scallion. In about the time it takes to boil water, you'll have cooked a scrumptious dinner for two. Yes, you.
  • Chicken stock (Filtered Water, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Parsley, Thyme, Bay Leaf, Black Peppercorn)
  • Ramen Noodles
  • Pork belly
  • Egg
  • Saké
  • Mirin
  • Chili Oil (rice oil, sesame oil, spice extract, paprika, sunflower oil)
  • Scallions
  • Cucumber pickles
  • Pickled Ginger
  • Nori
  • Togarashi
Servings Per Container: 2.0
Amount Per Serving*
Calories 970
Total Fat 50g
Saturated Fat 17g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 135mg
Sodium 350mg
Total Carbs 78g
Dietary Fiber 2g
Sugars 7g
Protein 23g
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

5 Stars
4 Stars
Hard to cook too many pans
4 Stars
Great Flavor and easy to make. It did take a few mins longer than expected to make. Only problem was the hard boiled egg was soft, so much that it fell apart when peeling.
1 Stars
We were excited for this dish, but it didn't meet expectations. The eggs were so soft they couldn't be cut and were mostly raw. The broth base wasn't flavorful and watery. Even after adding all the sides the flavor was underwhelming. Good noodles
3 Stars
Egg was too soft
5 Stars
Really good! Not difficult to make & fresh ingredients. The egg was too soft so I had to boil it with the noodles. Yum.
5 Stars
This is our favorite new item on the menu. Very easy to prepare and you can add as much spice and extra ingredients as you please. The egg is perfectly cooked to a soft hard boil, so the yolk is still a little liquid, which is perfect for ramen.
1 Stars
I'm asian, so I was beyond excited to see this dish available. I wanted to like it, but .. meh. Noodles were too thick. Broth was bland. Hard boiled eggs were not cooked through (still runny) so I had to boil my own. Order something else.
2 Stars
I wish I could rate higher. Too many problems though - The noodles were hard and congealed. 2x cooking time - Eggs under cooked - Broth lacks flavor + beautiful looking dish. Sides were great. Improved execution could make it awesome
3 Stars
Was excellent except the eggs were pretty raw
2 Stars
The ramen noodles arrived so compressed that they wouldn't separate in the boiling water. The hardboiled eggs we were supposed to peel were barely softboiled and the white of the egg oozed all over the counter. The broth and pork were great.
4 Stars
Ramen was tasty but took more than 15 minutes to prepare. You need 3 pots to prepare this dish. One to boil the noodles, one for the booth and a pan to brown the pork. Wish the pork was already browned and more of it.
2 Stars
The broth didn't taste right. It smelled terrible, and tasted terrible. Everything else met expectations.
5 Stars
Overall, it took a little more than 15 minutes, but the result was great. Pork belly was flavorful, as was the broth. The eggs were not boiled well in my box, but luckily, I do enjoy a poached egg more in my ramen.
1 Stars
Enjoyed preparing this dish until encountered possible health issue with a half-cooked (if that), runny egg instead of hardboiled egg in my order. We wouldn't have minded except that it caused a small health scare in our house.
1 Stars
Wow! ) stars! I opened the container for the broth & could barely deal with the smell, then I tasted it & it definitely was putrid. I threw it away & my kitchen still smells like the broth. 20 bucks down the drain literally!