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We used Healthy Noodle for zero carbs to keep it keto friendly. So happy to hear it’s a hit! I love making this with rotisserie chicken too (a lot faster!). Make the ramen broth: Heat the oil in a large pot over medium heat, until shimmering. I’m pretty sure I messed up every step and it still turned out great. We just used thick udon noodles as the stores were sold out and finished it with a dash of Japanese hot seasoning. . I’m addicted. Could we make it at home? Delicious and so simple to follow your recipe. Very Delicious recipe, i made the broth myself with chiken wings grated ginger garlic spring onions, fry in medium heat and boil. Add the and its marinade and cook until fully cooked – about 4 additional. What do you think is the sodium content of this dish? Thanks, Kevin!! I made a double batch and it’s almost gone in under an hour. Instead, it’s a simple weeknight version inspired by the ramen that my husband had many times while visiting his parents in Tokyo. Hi Looking forward to trying this !! Gently lower the eggs (still cold from the fridge) into the boiling water, and let simmer for 7 minutes (for a slightly-runny yoke) or 8 minutes (for a soft, but set-up yoke). So happy to hear it . Great recipe, I added some bean sprouts and cilantro and it was amazing. Also, I’d recommend using 1/2 the ginger , a bit extra garlic, and you can sub rice wine vinegar for the mirin. by Jessica September 11, 2014 It’s kind of a secret… but I’m a ramen freak. This is good stuff. Questions are always welcome If you’d like leftovers I would probably make 4x the original recipe. But lots of people really like this simplified version, and also may not have hours to spend on one dish, or easy access to fermented bamboo and dried seaweed that “cooking snobs” might. Hi, Janice! Thank you very much for the inspiration :). However I think I will try cooking the noodles separately as another person suggested. I don’t know what it is about this time of the year but I gravitate towards ramen like a moth to a flame when autumn comes around. This sounds so delicious can’t wait to try it, I’ve been looking for a halal recipe for Ramen since forever ,thank you so much. We did this in the slow cooker with some pork belly instead of the chicken and omitted the butter and it was amazing! Extra garlic and ginger is never a bad thing… Thanks, Annie! Thank you!! Followed this recipe exactly as listed, and it was easy and delicious, definitely a new house favorite! Thank you so much, Amanda!! So did 2 toddlers! I think sometimes all beef broth can be a little heavy, so I think you’re right that a mix with the chicken stock for the base might be a good balance. Fresh mushrooms worked better than dried, but otherwise we loved this recipe. I tried to get this five stars but it would only let me give two, so I didn’t give any. Though I used boneless skin on thighs, couldn’t find skin on breasts at the grocery. Thank you so much, Cris!! My husband is not an adventurous eater at all and he absolutely loved it. Added an onion with the mushrooms and added a little spice to it! Put 1/4 cup butter in cavity and 1/4 cup sliced butter on top. It is delicious, I should preface that my kids are adventurous when it comes to food, however this is simple and easy. Hope you enjoy! Could we have replace the shitake mushrooms for baby Bella? Tried this tonight, absolutely amazing! I made a twist and used both chicken and dashi broth and added a little bit of sake, it came out terrific! Thank you for sharing the detailed but simple recipe. Thank you, Holly! PS: made the noodles at home with bread flour, baked baking soda and water! That sounds amazing with the pork belly! For one serving you’d just divide all the ingredients in half. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. So glad you loved this one as much as we do! Have to say, the 8 minutes for the egg was absolutely perfect! Remove the lid, and let simmer uncovered for 5 minutes, then add the dried mushrooms. I used a rotisserie chicken and added bok choy but followed the recipe as stated. Everyone that has tried your ramen loved it! I just made this and it was a hit! Wonderful! I was very skeptical about trying this recipe because it is very simple and i thought maybe it would lack in depth of flavor. Also, instead of using skin-on chicken (first started in a skillet and finished in the oven), we chose to use boneless, skinless chicken cooked entirely in the oven (375 degrees F for about 35 to 40 minutes). If the mirin is too much for you and you chose to add rice wine vinegar maybe you should try Campbells Chicken Noodle. https://www.coop.co.uk/recipes/roast-chicken-ramen-with-crispy-skin. Thanks for a great recipe! Hubby was so impressed with the flavor! So I would brown it in 2-3 batches in a large skillet, then transfer all the browned chicken (along with the pan juices) to a larger baking dish or sheet pan to finish cooking all the way through. thankyou for sharing x. Simmer gently for another 10 minutes, and season with salt, to taste. Hope your daughter is feeling better . I can’t tell you how many times I’ve made this recipe over the last couple years. Oh I’m so happy to hear that! This was fantastic! This is the second time I’ve made this. Trust me- It’s nothing like liver! Made it today and it was excellent. Total hit. I also add,white miso paste (1-2 tablespoons ) to the broth to make it extra rich. Love that it could be part of your holiday . We doubled the broth and subbed Udon for ramen noodles. Slice the chicken into thin pieces. You can also find organic ramen noodles (I get them at Whole Foods and other well-stocked grocery stores). Amazing how flavorful the chicken and the broth are. I had to switch up a few things (mushrooms for radishes+carrots, jalapeno for chipotle peppers) but it’s a knockout! Thanks so much, Alex!! I generally use quadruple all the broth ingredients and make about a gallon in total. I frequently use rotisserie chicken for this ramen, which makes it come together SO quickly. Everything looks so delicious, I love this dish though. It was SO good and easy!!! In the end very little was left…straightforward and simple to recipe to follow. Awesome stuff and I agree that homemade stock is the way to go!! It is sooooo good! Thanks! I grilled some boneless chicken thighs that were marinaded in an Asian concoction I put together. Definitely making again! Otherwise, no other changes! Add the garlic and ginger, and cook for a few minutes until softened. Seeing your responses to comments, you appear both modest and humble? This may be a controversial ranking, but we believe in standing up for … I caught my son’s cold and wanted chicken soup tonight, but not the boring kind – this was everything and I’m thrilled I have enough left to reheat a bowl tomorrow. I’m so glad to hear you love the recipe! Roasted Chicken Ramen. Thanks so much, Sagar! Set aside. I think I should have used a thicker noodle and let it sit in the sauce to pick up more of the flavor, but the family loved it and I will definitely make it again. For the sake of time, I use a rich chicken stock instead of kombu. Thanks, Tommy!! … Easy and tasty. whole family loved it, and can be made with lots of different veggies, with or without egg. I used chicken from a Rotisserie chicken that I bought earlier and I made the broth from the bones…That may have helped the “salty” factor that others have commented on. I also doubled the amount of mushrooms and used fresh, and threw them in a pan with some oil at medium high heat for a few minutes to brown them before putting them into the broth and it turned out to be a hit. Instead of chicken use cooked beef brisket from Whole Foods! So glad you guys loved the ramen as much as we do!! Surprisingly easy and very tasty! Lunchy lunch for tomorrow. I boiled my chicked in another pot in some broth and shredded it afterwards, but it still turned out great! This was delicious. Thanks so much, Carolyn!! One of my favorite shortcuts . You clearly are a snob, and really need to get a life. Should I triple or quadruple the recipe for 5 people if I want leftovers? I now have a go-to winter meal for then the chilly months hit. This is a great recipe! Oh no, definitely don’t use the flavor packet!! My family wants it every week. I skip the chicken and go more egg (faster meal), and no mushrooms as partner is picky. Delicious!! I added shredded lettuce at the end as a garnish and to add the kick, added 1 and half chillies and cooked it with the garlic and ginger! I find sesame oil can be pretty strong, flavorful wise, so if you’re a fan of it, that’s great, whereas veggie oil is very neutral. This noodle goes much deeper in emulating the taste of browned beef. But that’s the best part about this recipe – great simple-yet-flavorful base to add your magic to! Worked great! And it looked great too. The broth was super tasty! Great recipe! Yummy! This was my first go at ramen and it turned out fantastic. My boyfriend said it was the best meal I’ve ever made for him! Thanks for this recipe! I have made some very complicated Ramen recipes before and this one was very easy. Your soup is tasty chicken noodles, but it’s not ramen. Our family is indebted to you! So happy to hear it was a hit, even your little one! Will make this again and again and try adding my own flair next time. Would always recommend homemade stock or good quality shop bought – you do taste the difference! I do agree that there is not a ton of broth, which we love, so I usually increase that portion of the recipe by half. The only thing I adjusted was the broth because 4 cups wasn’t enough! I didn’t add the egg or mirin so I obviously missed more flavor but it was sooo tasty! Thank you! I love how easy and simple it is:) It is very flexible. Then the tare adds that super punch of flavors – salty, umami, deep, and complex. Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe I absolutely love this soup. Absolutely delicious!!! There are so many of them! Thanks, Renu!! Remove from the oven, transfer the chicken to a plate and cover with foil until ready to serve. How do you make a rich chicken broth? This recipe was so, so good! Thanks so much! Your’s looks absolutely stunning. You don’t include the essential varieties of toppings like fermented bamboo, leafy greens, dried seaweed as the bare minimum. All of the ramen places are outside of mine, so I really appreciate this . This was my first time making homemade ramen and it was a huge hit! Wonderful, used shrrimp instead of chicken. Thanks so much for the recipe can’t wait to add some heat to it for a Spicy version! Using already roasted chicken bones is an easy way to make flavorful “brown” stock, and you can use that stock to make a simple, rich ramen broth that’s perfect for winter weeknights. My granddaughter made this for us this summer during her visit. Thank you so much, Shelly!! Total cold weather comfort food Thanks Laura!!! I tend to cook the ramen noodles in the boiling egg water, or the broth because I’m lazy, but you can definitely cook them in fresh water if you don’t mind using another pot. I just wanted to say THANKS for this recipe. Wonderful recipe. I’m so happy to hear that! I’ll definitely be making this one again! Hi, Dan! Must try this. This was amazingly tasty, and easy to make. I opted for chicken instead of pork, but kept the rest of the ramen vibe somewhat traditional: a killer chicken soup base with garlic, ginger, shitake mushrooms and soy sauce, filled with squiggly ramen noodles and slices of succulent chicken, and topped with fresh spring onions and a soft-boiled egg. It’s not the Tonkatsu that I usually buy from the restaurant but it is incredibly delicious. Thank you for sharing! I have a question, though: What is “rich” chicken broth? Soooo good! Beautiful flavour. Thank you, Iman! Cook for another minute. Thank you so much for this recipe, I seriously love it and it’s SO easy. Hope that helps! Thanks for the recipe Laura. It could easily pass for one, and costs much less. That’s what I thought, at first but when I researched it, it seemed like I was reading that a lot of the alcohol is actually retained so that kind of freaked me out. “Make the ramen broth: Heat the oil in a large pot over medium heat, until shimmering. Thank you for this amazing recipe. I was nervous about the chicken not being flavored, so I did a quick rub with five spice (in addition to the salt and pepper) and a dash of Shaoxing cooking wine right before popping them into the pan and it led to a nice crust on the chicken breasts. We will be having this again for sure. *Rolls eyes*. I was thinking of substituting the ramen noodles with zucchini or sweet potato to decrease the calories. Or, and I’m going out a limb here considering that fact that I find it’s extremely hard for people to keep their rude comments to theirselves, you can stop being a bigot and keep your irrelevant and judgemental opinions to yourself. This recipe was great! We did substitute coconut aminos for soy sauce without any discernible change in flavor from other ramen recipes we have tried in the past. But it was fantastic, fresh and even better leftover! Thanks! Enjoy!! I am so intrigued by your substitutions! I will definitely be making this again. Once the broth is ready, it will basically be nonalcoholic. Thanks again for sharing this wonderful recipe! What do you think? It’s low in calorie and rich in nutrients. I also added Japanese sea weed so to have a crunchy and deep sea flavor into it. Thank you! You soooo undersold this recipe! I’m a novice at this sort of thing – I’m a baker at heart, and a bad one all the same! Thanks, Ashton! So good. . Hakubaku organic ramen i got off Amazon its the best! My version is on the table in less than an hour – and half that if you opt for store-bought chicken – and while it might not be completely authentic, it’s a flavorful, comforting soup just in time for the unmistakably crisp, chilly autumn weather that these first days of October have ushered in. Was craving good ramen under lockdown, and this was an awesome recipe!! We are a house of foodies I have made this recipe many times always a hit. Hi Yusuke, thanks for taking the time to comment, though I’m sorry to hear you weren’t inspired by my recipe. Amazing. (12-Pack) $14.95 from Amazon The noodles were a significant step down from the Sapporo batch, and went from being "chalky" to "too soft" without much of an al dente, chewy stage in between. Of all the flavors of ramen I tried, this tasted the … , Thanks so much, Emma!! Read the ingredient list, and read the comments before cooking. Will make this again! Had to double servings to fit 4 people. I also add other veggies like blanched broccoli, bean sprouts and shredded carrot (you really don’t need the Mirin if you add carrot.) Thanks so much for the update, Jen!! I’m sorry but this just isn’t ramen, it’s chicken noodle soup with a few Japanese ingredients thrown in. This dish is gorgeous! I used fresh shiitake mushrooms and it was delish! My family was so impressed – my son said that it was so good he “even ate a mushroom!”. We added a lot more garlic and ginger because we like it. My oldest daughter said this was the best ramen she’s ever had! This looks delicious I will try this tonight. I’ve been looking for a good recipe for a month! Just modified your recipes. So impressed. I would much rather make my own then buy the high sodium ones at the store. I did substitute fine egg noodles instead of ramen as a personal preference and used shredded turkey and it was absolutely delicious. All your additions sound fabulous – I’ve never thought to add seafood, but those pot stickers sound amazing, and will definitely have to try those next time I make this! Super yummy recipe! I said I enjoyed this recipe. I think you may have replied to the wrong comment. If you’re concerned about sodium, I would just make sure all of those elements are low-sodium. Love the sound of it with homemade bone broth . This was super delicious! I mean, seriously. My only issue was, as this was the first time using dried shiitake, the came out kinda hard and with a gummy texture, any advice on that?. Love this! P.S. It’s much easier to find chicken, lamb, or beef heart, but I used bison because I’m allergic to beef. The system will only give me a three. Toppings: chopped scallions, shaved carrot, sautéed sweet potato, chopped yellow pepper, sautéed kale, soft boiled eggs, and sliced jalapeño (for grownups). A beef version sounds great too . Personally i find theres enough for 3 meals! I’m glad the rest of the recipe came out delicious, though!! LOL Get over yourself, lighten up. Really good ramen recipe, would just recommend using no sodium chicken stock and low sodium soy sauce. until now. Pork Ramen Pork Foodservice. i make dumplings as a side and they are hooked. I love this; simple, quick take on Ramen to have at home. My first noodle bowl !!!!! Oriental Maruchan Ramen Noodle Soup Instant Lunch Flavor DISCONTINUED - RARE. For those that like it spicy, add red pepper flakes to the oil, garlic, ginger mix as it’s simmering. I will make this over and over…sooo good. Glad to hear that your family loved the ramen! Yes, the 4 cups is either homemade or packaged liquid stock, if you used some kind of bouillon/powder, you’d need to look on the package to see how much was needed for 4 cups of water. So I did change it up to build up my stock flavor a little more, but this recipe would be great regardless. I have not made this yet but wondering there is no mention of Dashi which I do not have but was going to find. I’m sorry I don’t have a better estimate, but it’s not a product I often use… Hope you enjoy the recipe!! Japan is rightly proud of their ramen, so this Westernized version isn’t going to give anyone an idea what ramen is all about, but to be totally fair, it’s light years ahead of those cheap packets we all ate in college. I love that everything is so fresh. Very easy, but did take me some time to make. Nicklaus, sorry I’m just seeing your question. He always makes sure to buy at least one Pocari Sweat from a vending machine (think Japanese gatorade), and of course, there’s his favorite ramen shop in Shinjuku, a tiny, crowded restaurant with a line out the door. Thanks, Ngan! It is a tad salty for me but the flavor is all there. Lol. Only thing we changed to save time was using a store bought rotisserie chicken, Thank you, Justin!! This was very easy to make and incredibly delicious! I’m doing a project on food and school and was wondering if I could use this beautiful picture in my assignment? I made this tonight and it was amazing. Definitely going to try this. Thank you so much! Hello. Fixed this on Sunday. Your additions sound great. I even add a bit of rice vinegar and teriyaki sauce to mine. Next time I quadruple the recipe. So I just made this last night And it was freakin Great! Overall a recipe I’ll definitely be making again. Soy Sauce. Turned out amazingly delicious. I’m eating this right now…it’s my first ever attempt eat trying or even cooking Japanese ramen and this is absolutely amazing. Thank you, Sammy!! My wife loved it! , Probably should warn people about the sesame oil or at least adjust your recipe to compensate for it. But I don’t want to try any other recipe. Thanks! 5 minutes, 3 Co-op frozen supersweet mini corn on the cobs, 2 litres chicken stock, made with 1 stock cube, 2 salad onions, whites and greens separated, thinly sliced, 2 Co-op British free range eggs, boiled, peeled and halved, Preheat the oven to 220°C/fan 200°C/Gas 7, Remove the skin from the drumsticks using scissors, then spread it onto an oven rack and season, Sit the drumsticks on a baking tray underneath and roast for 20 mins, When the skin is crispy, remove it from the oven and leave the chicken cooking for 10 mins more, Once the drumsticks are done, put in a large saucepan with the stock and ginger, Cover and simmer for 20 mins, until the meat is falling off the bone, Drain the stock into a jug, discarding the ginger, Carefully cut the corn kernels from the cobs, Pour the stock back into the pan with the corn and bring to the boil, Add the noodles, soy sauce and salad onion whites, then remove from the heat, cover and leave for 5 mins, until the noodles soften, Divide the noodles, vegetables and stock between 4 deep bowls, Top with the chicken and salad onion greens, half an egg per bowl, and finish with the crispy chicken skin. Will be making it again! It is hands down my favorite food, and I literally squealed with joy when I saw this recipe. So incredibly tasty! I must admit, since ramen is such an art form, my expectations weren’t super high… but you nailed it!! Used sesame chili oil for a kick and sauteed yellow onion and red bell peppers too. Here are the modifications I have used to improve on an already great recipe : -add ghee or butter, bacon, a scoop of tahini, and a splash of soy milk or dairy milk to the broth to give it a fattier, richer base -add miso (or instant miso soup base if you are like me and can’t find miso paste in your neighborhood grocery). Thanks, Emily!! Real Japanese ramen, the kind that my Honey tells stories about, takes years and great skill to perfect. There’s a little more zing, a little more pepper… ), and the dried shiitake mushrooms in the broth add additional umami flavor. Wow—just made this tonight but we had thick pork chops instead of chicken so I used that instead but the same process. Please let me know if you give another version a whirl! I’m sorry, is it not ok with you, your highness, for people to not like certain things? It tells you on the packet, or you can buy ready made stock . We just ate it. My Fiancé said it smelt just like a famous Japanese restaurant in the house. Hi, Chloe! Also, just followed your beautifully precise instructions for soft-boiled eggs, and the came out marvelous!! Thank you for this added gift on life! so so delicious, I make my own stock for hours then follow your recipe, marinaded the eggs too and the chicken in soy and garlic, just yum it’s proper feel good food – on a weekly basis in our house at the mo! My only issue was that the eggs didn’t set. So very true. Drizzled sesame oil on top, added a fried egg & some sambal olek paste. Great Job. BTW, the brown rice ramen from Costco is highly recommended. Definitely don’t double the ginger for double the recipe. The only thing I didn’t do was the eggs. Hope you enjoy! So flavorful!! He doesn’t like mushrooms so I omitted them. This is getting saved in the cookbook for next time too! Honestly a perfect recipe, the only thing I’d suggest changing is using ramen eggs instead of soft boiled eggs. So glad you loved the recipe! I made this for myself and a friend after a massive party. I’m so glad to hear it’s become one of your favorites, too!! The best ramen recipe I’ve tried to date. Love this recipe! I added carrots and peas to the recipe and everyone really enjoyed it. Thanks so much, Nicole!! Love the addition of baked tofu and carrots! Unbelievable! I waited for a nice cold day and it warmed me up. A lot of the Ramen recipes use this. I took out the shitake mushrooms and scallions because I didn’t hav them on hand but it still came together just beautifully! Einstein considered his second greatest invention was adding an egg to soup so that it would produce a soft-boiled egg with no extra dishes to wash. I’d recommend anyone to try the same. Oh, Sarah, thank you so much!! Thanks so much, Michaela! Just made this and it was great, do you know how many calories or the basic nutritional info on this meal? I do add dried shitake mushrooms, which adds lots of umami flavor similar to what you would get from a traditional kombu or bonito based dashi. Is one of my fav’s now.. Making this for the 3rd time in last month…..wife loves it. How many calories are in this recipe overall and per serving ? YUM!!! You'd need to walk 81 minutes to burn 290 calories. This was so easy to make but still was still fun and enjoyable to prepare. My whole family loved it. i like cooking but i need the exact amounts and measurements to pull off a recipe I’ve never done before. My first reaction … Your add-ins sound delish! Again, absolutely amazing! Roast the chicken and vegetables for 20 to 25 minutes, or until chicken is cooked through and vegetables are nicely roasted. Thanks so much, Laura! My husband and I prefer a lot of spice so we did the jalapeño and sriracha paste that someone else suggested and that gave it the kick we needed I loved how visually appetizing this turns out with the garnishes and all. You have to cook the ramen separately in the boiling egg water. I had to twist the recipe since here in Italy, the place i live doesn’t have mirin, sake and the shitake mushrooms. My extremely picky boyfriend gobbles this ish up! Def needs some jalapeños. My hubby always loves the instant ramen until I found this super easy recipe. This recipe is really good and very easy to execute. Using full salt versions are waaaay too salty. % of adult’s reference intake | Carbohydrates per serving : 32g, Ready in We have some great Ramen in hawaii but all with great amount of sodium! I’ve never had real authentic ramen before, but I loved this simple version! Thank you for the recipe. I baked skinless chicken breasts because that’s all I had so I didn’t get that golden brown skin. Amazing. I am a novice cook but followed the instructions and it came out great! I’ve made it twice already and am making a third batch this weekend to eat for lunches all week. Also added bok choy and spinach on top of noodles, softened up when broth was added. Thank you so much, Paul!! We’ve made it a staple and go-to dish in our home. Hope you enjoy! Did u use just miso packet base or did you add it to the chicken stock? Thank you!! I just made this last night and my husband absolutely loved it. I use fresh shiitake as I can’t seem to find dry around here. Amazing Dish thank you for sharing it with the world, this looks really tasty , we’ll need to try it right away. . It is always a hit. 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