Heat oil, garlic, finely chopped Japanese leeks, and finely chopped red pepper in a frying pan, sautéing over low heat until aromatic.
Sauté the ground pork. Crumble the pork to your liking. I personally prefer large chunks since it is easier to eat.
Sauté the Chinese chives cut into about 5 cm with the bean sprouts, and season with salt and pepper. (I forgot to add bean sprouts in the photo.)
Add the water and bring to a boil.
After it comes to a boil, add noodles and boil for 3 minutes while loosening the noodles.
Place the soup base in the serving bowl first.
After boiling the noodles, transfer to a serving bowl, stir well, and enjoy.
Story Behind this Recipe
This was delicious when I ate it at a Taiwanese restaurant, so I reproduced it using Soy Sauce Ramen Noodles. Even though the noodles are instant, it is really delicious. I forgot to add bean sprouts, but it tasted great even without.
Taiwan-style ramen are made with ground pork, Chinese chives, Japanese leeks, been sprouts etc., stir fried in red chili pepper, in a soy sauce based soup. It also calls for a lot of garlic.