The most important part of any ramen dish is a deep, rich bone broth. Made in two parts, it’s a delicate balance of slow-cooking the broth for many hours to extract the flavour from the bones before adding a separately created tare.
Ever since Borough Broth Company was founded, our customers have regularly asked us how to transform our broths into homemade ramens – so we’ve done the hard stuff for you. Meet our Organic Tonkotsu Ramen Broth, a delicious slow-cooked broth ready to simply heat and pour over your favourite ramen ingredients. (It also happens to be our first-ever pork broth!).
Sourcing the highest welfare produce is essential in everything they make at Borough Broth Company, so their pork bones are sourced from Helen Browning's Organic based at Eastbrook Farm in Swindon. Helen is a farmer and campaigner: born and brought up on her family farm in Wiltshire which she runs today, Helen is also Chief Executive of the Soil Association and was awarded the OBE in 1998 for services to farming. Continuing to explore ways to farm that are as good as they possibly can be for people, farm animals and nature.
Ingredients: Pork Bone Broth (95%) (Spring Water*, Pork Bones (30%), Mushroom, Apple, Onion, Ginger, Pink Himalayan Salt*), Tare (Spring Water*, Balsamic Reduction (Balsamic Vinegar of Modena I.G.P. (60%) (Cooked & Concentrated Grape Must, Wine Vinegar), Concentrated Grape Must, Corn Starch), Pink Himalayan Salt*, Shiitake Mushroom, Ginger, Garlic, Toasted Sesame Oil (Sesame)
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Asterix(*) Denotes Non-Organic Ingredients.
May contain traces of peanuts and tree nuts.
Nutritionals per 100g: Energy: 108 kJ / 25 kcal | Fat: 0.2 g | of which saturates: 0.1 g | Carbohydrates: 0.7 g | of which sugars: 0.7 g | Protein: 5 g | Salt: 0.73 g