Instant Ramen Soup
Instant Ramen Soup is a very easy and instant making recipe. A variety of instant noodles, including instant ramen, are pre-cooked noodles that have been dried and packaged for quick and simple preparation. It is sometimes eaten in a savory broth or as stir-fried noodles and is normally made with wheat flour, water, and different seasonings.
Making ramen noodles is simple and enjoyable. Simply exclude the spice packet (which contains more salt than we choose to use) and substitute your own flavors, along with a few wholesome foods to satisfy your body.
- 1 package of instant ramen noodles
- 2 cups of water
- 1 cup of chicken broth or vegetable broth (optional)
- 1/2 cup of sliced veggies (optional)
- 1 egg (optional)
- 2 tablespoons of diced green onions
- In a small pot, bring the water and broth to a boil.
- Broke the Noodles in half and added to the pot.
- The recommended cooking time for the noodles is typically 3 minutes.
- Add Vegetables to the saucepan in the final minute of cooking if using.
- If an egg is being used, crack it into a small bowl and lightly beat it. Pour the egg into the pan while constantly swirling to form fine strands.
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- To allow the noodles to finish cooking and the broth to thicken, turn off the heat and let the pot sit without moving for one minute.
- Serve hot and garnish with green onions, if using.
Here are some suggestions for creating quick ramen soup that you should bear in mind:
- You can use any broth you like, including beef, chicken, or veggie broth. If you don’t have any broth on hand, you can also use water.
- You are welcome to add any vegetables you choose to the soup. Sliced mushrooms, diced bell peppers, diced onions, and sliced carrots are a few excellent choices.
- Cooked chicken, meat, or tofu can added to your soup if you want to increase the protein content.
- You can experiment with adding a few drops of soy sauce, fish sauce, or sriracha to your soup to give it a little extra flavor.
- You can add a pinch of chili flakes or a few slices of fresh chili pepper to the pot if you want your soup really hot.
- You can stir in a few cooked grains of rice or noodles to the soup to make it more filling.
- You can experiment with adding a spoonful of miso paste or a beaten egg to the pot if you’d like your soup to be thicker.
- Don’t forget to add some chopped cilantro, sesame seeds, or green onions as a garnish to your soup for taste and texture.