Tonkotsu Ramen Noodles 8 recipes

Hakata-style ramen from the south involves slowly simmering pork bones (and sometimes heads or other parts) to tease out a milky, thick broth from the marrow. Thin noodles are the traditional choice, but feel free to use whatever noodles you prefer or have on hand.
Preparing tonkotsu pork bone broth from scratch is quite a labor-intensive process, so most home cooks opt for the short-cut method of using soup stock granules and paste. You could mimic the silky smoothness of tonkotsu by adding soy milk to the soup. If you haven't already, definitely give it a try.