Amen to Miso Ramen

When you crave for something, you need to satiate it! I have been craving for a good bowl of noodles for quite a while now, and I have seen a couple of recipes online. This is just a different version of the classic noodle bowl: Miso Ramen. The recipe in my book Asian Foods is a bit complicated so I’m going to simplify it a bit. Also I used ingredients that are relatively easy to find anywhere.

 

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Ingredients:

Ramen Noodles

Miso Paste (Can be replaced with Soysauce)

Chicken broth cubes

Grated garlic

Grated Ginger

Ground Chicken or Ground Pork

Oyster Sauce

Shredded Cabbage

Leeks

Eggs

 

 

Method:

  1. Boil the ramen noodles for about 2 minutes.
  2. Boil the Eggs for about 6 minutes
  3. Sautee the ground chicken in garlic and ginger.
  4. When it’s cooked through, put in a table spoon of oyster sauce.
  5. Cook properly, When almost done, put in your very thinly sliced cabbage.
  6. For the broth, dissolve the chicken broth in water about 500ML.
  7. When boiling turn off the heat and dissolve your miso paste.. or pour in the soy sauce
  8. Now, put your noodles in a bowl, pour the broth on your noodles and put your toppings on top!

 

This turned out really well, and it’s super cheap and simple! Try it out! 

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One thought on “Amen to Miso Ramen

  1. Mmm, this looks really good and a great alternative to those instant ramen packets I’ve been eating! I will probably replace the miso with salt, I love my shio ramen.

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