Authentic Japanese noodle restaurant, Shoryu Ramen, has launched a DIY Shoryu Kit for diners to make their favourite dishes at home.

Available to order from www.japancentre.com, the kits include everything budding chefs need to make the group’s famous, signature Ganso Ramen at home.  

Each kit includes 12 hour tonkotsu soup, original ramen noodles, char siu BBQ pork belly, beni shoga red ginger, and spring onion and kikurage mushroom garnish to top the ramen. Included is a guide taking customers through each and every step, helping them to recreate the Shoryu restaurant experience at home. 

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Shoryu releases DIY Kits every week with a choice of a Wednesday or Friday delivery slot, each of which can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance. Kits start from £20 + P&P and serve two people and can be frozen for up to one month.  

A vegan option is also available with the kits including everything you need to make their signature White Natural vegan ramen at home including their unique tonyu vegan broth made with soy milk, miso, konbu & shiitake mushroom, original ramen noodles, atsuage fried tofu, spring onion, menma bamboo shoots and kikurage mushrooms. Included is a guide taking customers through each and every step, helping them to recreate the Shoryu restaurant experience at home.

The DIY kit is also available for those who are looking for a gluten free option, with the Shoryu Ganso Ramen and the White Natural Vegan Ramen both offering a gluten free option with gluten free noodles. 

The DIY Shoryu kits are available to order from www.japancentre.com for delivery in England, Wales and parts of Scotland. For more information visit www.shoryuramen.com 

Please find tutorial videos below:

-Chef Andy & Hannah Make: Ganso Tonkotsu Ramen | DIY Shoryu Kits

https://youtu.be/cBHsQ5YyMog

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Located in the heart of Manchester’s city centre, Shoryu Ramen serves up authentic ramen (Japanese noodles) and other Japanese sides such as karaage chicken, char siu barbecue pork belly Shoryu buns and soft shell crab tempura.

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