My family can never get enough of this dish, with its sweet, salty, bitter, spicy flavors. If you like lots of greens, you can add a second bunch of kale, but you’ll need to stir it three or four times as it cooks. Serve over soba or other Asian noodles and top with a sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds.
If you like this dish, we recommend our ramen broth recipe with pork, mushrooms, and ginger.
Courtesy of Weldon Owen; photo by Eva Kolenko
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