We have been experiencing some cold weather here in Texas. When it’s cold Soups and Gumbos are usually on the list of things we love to eat. On this particular day, I decided to whip up a quick Ramen Noodle bowl.

I have been working with some new products from The Serious Foodie. The Serious foodie is a company that specializes in Gourmet Sauces, Spice Rubs and Marinades inspired from places that they have visited around the world. Helping people make gourmet food in their own home! 

I created this Baked Stuffed Roast that was a great addition to my easy Ramen Bowl. I used a few of The Serious Foodie products in this dish.

The Serious Foodie sent me a few products to test:

  • The Indonesian Sambal Hot Sauce
  • Vietnamese Sweet Chili Hot Sauce
  • Sri Lanka Coconut Lime Hot Sauce
  • Filipino Grill Spice Rub
  • Asian/Fusion Sweet/Spicy Rub
  • Chinese BBQ Spice Rub

In this dish, I used the Filipino Grill Spice Rub and the Indonesian Sambal Hot Sauce.

“The Filipino Grill Spice Rub, explore the world to bring regional international flavors to your kitchen.  With our Filipino Grill Rub, we bring a spice blend full of fragrant sweet spices, lots of citrus, and a bit of heat.  This simple-to-use rub is ideal as a dry rub marinade for pork, chicken, or fish – or use as a seasoning salt, or as the flavor base of a curry. Inspired by our exploration of regional Southeast Asian cuisines”.

“The Sambal is an Indonesian chile paste that is simple on its surface – crushed red chiles, lime juice, vinegar, garlic, and salt. It is actually a very complex, fun hot sauce that can be used on everything, including pizza”!

These items really enhanced the flavors of my dish. Here are the ingredients and steps to creating this easy dish:


  • Pork Boston Butt 2.69 lbs
  • Indonesian Sambal Hot Sauce (1 tbsp)
  • Filipponi Grill Spice Rub (For seasoning meat, season generously)
  • 1/2 onion diced
  • 1/2 red bell pepper diced
  • 1 cup of white vinegar
  • Chicken Broth 2 (32 oz)
  • Peeled Garlic ( 3 chopped)
  • Water
  • Garlic Powder (1 tsp)
  • Onion Powder (1 tsp)
  • Smoked Paprika (1 tsp)
  • Crimini, Shitake, Oyster Mushroom Blend (4 oz)
  • Asian Style Noodles 2 (10.5 oz)
  • Tangy Clover & Broccoli Sprouts (Desired amount)
  • Lime cut into wedges (2)
  • Green onions (Garnish)
  • Cilantro (Garnish)
  • Shredded Carrots (Desired amount)
  • Thai Basil (Garnish)
  • Olive Oil


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Remove the Pork Roast from the package.
  3. Add to a big baking pan.
  4. Add vinegar, onions, garlic, bell peppers and sambal hot sauce to a bowl. Stir.
  5. Cut slits in the roast with a knife. Using a small spoon add some of the mixture in each slit. Repeat across the top, sides and bottom of the roast.
  6. Season the roast with the Fillipponi Grill Spice Rub seasoning on the outside. Season generously on top, side and bottom.
  7. Pour remaining amount of vinegar mixture in the pan with roast.
  8. Pour 2 cups of water to pan, add 32 oz of chicken broth to pan. Cover with aluminum foil.
  9. Place the roast in the oven. Cook for 3 1/2  – 4 hours or until tender.
  10. Remove the foil over the roast at 3 – 3 1/2 hours and check tenderness.
  11. Slice roast in desired size for Ramen bowl.
  12. Cook additional 30 minutes.
  13. Remove from oven and set aside.
  14. Boil a pot of water for the pasta.
  15. Add 2 tbsp of Olive oil to skillet. Once heated, toss in mushrooms, season generously with Filipponi seasoning. Stir.
  16. Cook for 4 – 6 minutes or until tender. Set aside.
  17. Once water is boiled. Boil noodles according to package.
  18. Reserve 1 – 2 cups of liquid from pan and add to a pot.
  19. Add 32 oz of chicken broth to the pot. Heat until boiling.
  20. Toss in the meat. Stir.
  21. Ladle some of the liquid into a bowl.
  22. Add the desired amount of noodles to the bowl.
  23. Take the desired amount of meat to the bowl.
  24. Add desired amount of mushrooms.
  25. Top with a generous amount of cilantro.
  26. Place sprouts, lime, thai basil and carrots on the plate.
  27. Add a generous amount of the Indonesian Sambal Hot sauce to the Ramen bowl. Will kick the heat up a level.
  28. Toss in the carrots, sprouts, green onions and thai basil to the bowl.
  29. Stir.
  30. Enjoy.

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