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Fried Noodle Buns Give Ramen Burger Its Unique Look And Flavor

August 8, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
There’s hardly been enough time to adjust to New York’s  “cronut” craze when along comes another culinary fad: a burger-noodle hybrid sandwich, also born in New York City. Chef Keizo Shimamoto invented the Ramen Burger and debuted it at a Brooklyn, N.Y., food fair recently. The burger comprises a slab of ground beef topped with scallions and arugula and sandwiched between two bun-shaped disks of fried noodles. According to a food blogger, the key ingredient is a soy-based shoyu sauce that “brings both sweetness and salt to the party”. Chef Shimamoto formerly owned a Tokyo-based noodle restaurant.
Margot Peppers, "That's one way to use your noodles! The burger topped with a RAMEN 'bun' that is proving a hit in New York City", Daily Mail Online, August 08, 2013, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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