What is Shio Ramen
This salty broth is considered the oldest of the ramen broths. In fact, shio translates to “salt,” and sea salt is
considered the oldest form of ramen seasoning.
Typically, a shio broth is made with chicken or pork base. You can identify this broth both by it’s extremely salty
flavor, as well as it’s clear yellow coloring. Often, shio ramen contains quite a lot of seaweed. If you have issues with
sodium, this would be the ramen to avoid.
Shio ramen recipe with ramen bowl and chopsticks
Ceramic bowl with natural stone pattern: 21×9.2 cm ( 8.3×3.6 inches )
Designed style, the rugged texture makes the bowl bowl more personalized
Thick bowl side, let the bowl not easy to be hot
The other side of the bowl with thin edge design, so that more convenient to soup
Both sides of the notch design on the bowl, you can place chopsticks, but also convenient to hole the bowl
The bottom did not glaze, better to prevent sliding
Easy to clean
Model: Matt Black / Bright White
Matt Black, Bright White