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Easy homemade chicken ramen, with a flavorful broth, roasted chicken, fresh veggies, lots of noodles, and a soft-cooked egg. Inspired by traditional Japanese ramen, but on the table in under an hour.
Source Notes: This recipe is what I make at home when I want to enjoy the grocery store 50 cents packaged ramen but with a little more freshness and fanciness. True Japanese ramen is a work of art and is worth a) trying, if you have access to it! and b) learning more about it. In the Twin Cities, I really enjoy Tori Ramen (their Bali ramen is my favorite). I also love the Ivan Ramen cookbook for a really interesting look at the ramen making and eating process (like… slurping is a good thing!). And like I mentioned before, Nami’s website Just One Cookbook is a great resource for authentic Japanese food.
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This is my favorite way to prepare homemade chicken ramen – Japanese noodles (straight or wavy!) in a delicious soy sauce chicken broth (or a Shoyu broth), topped with a jammy egg marinated in a sweet soy marinade (or a ramen egg), with flavor-packed caramelized soy chicken and vegetables!
This homemade chicken ramen recipe takes about 45 minutes because I cook the chicken separately. I also prefer to cook the ramen separately as well. But here are some ways to make this recipe even faster, and cut it down to 25 – 30 minutes!
Make some instant ramen. Slide an egg into the hot broth, then some butter. Crown the steaming noodles with slices of American cheese. Scatter a bunch of toasted sesame seeds and chopped scallions across the top, if you want to. Hardly a recipe! But for the chef Roy Choi, who gave it to The Times in 2014, doctored instant ramen is a taste of Korean-American straight-from-the-bag soul food. The butter, egg, and cheese help coat the ramen noodles and deepen their flavor. “It’s our snack, it’s our peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it’s our bowl of cereal,” Mr. Choi said. “It’s something that has been a part of my life forever.” —Jeff Gordinier
ramen tastes best when it’s fresh from the kitchen. our kitchen, your kitchen. we don’t mind. wherever it’s made it leaves you and your friends full of feeling good. that’s why we want to share a recipe for soul-warming chili chicken ramen. so you can try to make it yourself. and if you tell people it’s your own recipe. we won’t tell a soul (Source: www.wagamama.us)