Why You Need to Try Easy Tyger’s Ramen

The buttered corn ramen from Easy Tyger is our dish of the month for February.

When you hear about Japanese ramen, it’s the tonkotsu (pork broth) version that often gets the mic.

Yes, tonkotsu, we hear you and love you, but we’re turning up the volume on a variation that’s memorable in a very different, equally hearty and full-bodied way – the vegetarian buttered corn ramen from Easy Tyger (1230 E. Brady St.; $12).



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When the parts come together, it’s pure magic: the miso broth that catches your throat from the heat of the chili oil; the long, curvy noodles that soak up the liquid but stay firm; the soy egg that unleashes its soft, creamy yolk; the substantial hunks of breaded, herbed tofu that add to the rich symphony; and last but certainly not least, the coriander-lime compound butter and sweet charred corn that give it its silky, gratifying identity.

An essential elixir for this time of year. 



This story is part of Milwaukee Magazine‘s February issue.

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Ann Christenson has covered dining for Milwaukee Magazine since 1997. She was raised on a diet of casseroles that started with a pound of ground beef and a can of Campbell's soup. Feel free to share any casserole recipes with her.