Thank you, Sammy!! I think if we had used a little less beef stock and maybe left a little chicken stock in there it would’ve been perfect. Wow! Lunchy lunch for tomorrow. Delicious!! This was fantastic, super filling and fairly easy to make. Making this for the 3rd time in last month…..wife loves it. I think my dried mushrooms could’ve used a little more time to soften, so now I know that for the future. If you want your "cream" to be a little thicker, don't add a full 2 cups of water. You set expectations perfectly in your description. The richness just refers to the quality of the stock – you’ll want to use 4 cups of a homemade or prepared stock that has lots of flavor, instead of a thinner, milder chicken broth. Oh and i used pork belly and used a few chilli flakes on top.. My first Ramen from scratch – it was amazing!! But when combined with the ramen, they tasted delicious! Just wondering as I love ramen and pho type meals, but I know the sodium level is too much. My only issue was that the eggs didn’t set. I was extra lazy so I used a premade rotisserie chicken, and it came out great! Bob, this is essentially shoyu ramen, in other words soy sauce ramen. Toppings: chopped scallions, shaved carrot, sautéed sweet potato, chopped yellow pepper, sautéed kale, soft boiled eggs, and sliced jalapeño (for grownups). I'm Laura, the food-obsessed cook, writer, and photographer behind Fork Knife Swoon, where you'll find mostly sweet, seasonal recipes and stories from my Northern Virginia kitchen. This is a great recipe! Delicious and so simple to follow your recipe. How to make Ichiran Tonkotsu Ramen | copycat recipes - YouTube This was delicious! Thanks so much, Mustafa!! Made this last night and am still beside myself. The Honey’s parents are American ex-pats living abroad in Tokyo, Japan, and while visiting them over the last seven or eight years, he’s collected dozens of favorite eateries throughout the city. Made this for the first time today for my family, and even after doubling the recipe it was pretty much gone. Husband loved it (i just made homemade chicken stock from chicken bones that was cooking for 6hours and it was perfect base for this recipe!) Turns out amazing every time. Love this.. Did it! It always has an oil component that give a richness to the dish, and that is totally absent here. 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?. For the Miso Tare: In a small bowl, stir together shoyu tare with miso paste and sliced fresh chilies … We eat ramen all the time in sf. I have substituted marinated pork loin instead of chicken many times as well, and its amazing. He said “you know, some things in life give you a glimpse of heaven, and this ramen is one of them.” Thank you for a simple, delicious recipe! Instead of tsp measurement, I accidentally measured one half TBSP so garlic, ginger and oil were slight increased. What more can I say other than easy to make and very, very tasty! I generally use quadruple all the broth ingredients and make about a gallon in total. Thank you so much, Paul!! I had ramen when I was in Japan and nothing compared. Then there are recipes like this! Using full salt versions are waaaay too salty. My only question is about the chicken stock. The only thing I adjusted was the broth because 4 cups wasn’t enough! This sounds amazing, and I’m adding the ingredients to my shopping trip [tomorrow!]. Super easy to make and super tasty. While whisking constantly, cook until mixture thickens. Delicious in it’s base form. I made it with beef stock instead and it was wonderful. Just adding these steps in may add an extra 30 mintutes time but otherwise it is not real ramen and I just get tired of ramen being cheapened with shortcuts. Thank you for your thoughtfulness in putting this together. It’s not the Tonkatsu that I usually buy from the restaurant but it is incredibly delicious. I’m glad the rest of the recipe came out delicious, though!! Even my picky eater of a husband enjoyed it minus the scallions and mushrooms in his bowl. Ramen joints are popping up all over NYC right now, and we’ve quickly found our favorites. It’s much easier to find chicken, lamb, or beef heart, but I used bison because I’m allergic to beef. Flip the chicken over and cook for another 4-5 minutes, until golden. It was SO good and easy!!! You’re welcome! Hi! Wishing you all a merry, merry Christmas!! I love how easy and simple it is:) It is very flexible. So far better than any other Ramen soup! Thank you!! Your add-ins sound delish! You wrote on essay on ramen and threw a little baby fit. Tried this tonight with my Kids, as we are all trying to get over a summer cold. This has become the Sunday night comfort food, the running a fever and just need some soup, the having friends over and want to serve something that will leave an impression, the I need to send this recipe to all my family members, the I need to make a double batch so I have leftovers, the I’m going to instagram this because it’s so pretty! It’s Yolk (not yoke) (Proper way to say your comnent). Really loved this recipe! This was delicious. The only thing I might add next time would be wasabi sprouts (not spicy) or clover sprouts. Just what I need after three days of rich food during Christmas. I try chicken and pork… added mushrooms… spicy, no spicy… may be it is not real ramen but taste like heaven! Set aside until ready to serve. This was so easy to make but still was still fun and enjoyable to prepare. “Make the ramen broth: Heat the oil in a large pot over medium heat, until shimmering. I’m sorry but this just isn’t ramen, it’s chicken noodle soup with a few Japanese ingredients thrown in. You get good hints from others that may want a fuller taste. Wow such a great combination. At only abot 5 cents a package this is a great deal. I haven’t tried making this recipe with beef stock, but you can absolutely switch out the protein. 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). Amazing how flavorful the chicken and the broth are. 5 stars for sure, even though I wasn’t able to rate it. Excellent! Even the directions are very similar. I’ve never heard of this. Same here! Made it today and it was excellent. Definitely going to try this. Turned out amazingly delicious. Thank you! I’m so happy to hear that, Sammy! I’m so glad to hear you love the recipe! Sam The Cooking Guy taught me to cook and I think he would LOVE this recipe. I really want to make this. Thanks, Lisa!! Sharing this recipe with my friends! I love ramen! Love those soft-boiled eggs on top , Add some fish sauce gives this soup a bit more depth. We’ve made it a staple and go-to dish in our home. Also, don’t think you can go too wrong with extra garlic and ginger, here… . That broth looks extremely flavorful. Pinned it for my frequent future use . I want to try this recipe and I just have one question. Def needs some jalapeños. Next time I quadruple the recipe. Thanks for your review!! The broth is my favorite part as well I’m sorry your eggs didn’t turn out… I’m quite surprised that the whites didn’t set. its delicious she love it. Thank you so much, Andrea!! Hope that helps! How did you marinade? Add some pak choy too and some nori and it was great. That sounds AMAZING with the pork belly! Total hit. This was stellar I did not have the mushrooms, but made it anyways. Thank you so much xxx. Cook for another minute. How many calories are in this recipe overall and per serving ? And just in time for that chilly fall weather , Thanks, Carrie!! I used fresh shiitake mushrooms and it was delish! Melt the butter in a large oven-safe skillet over medium heat. It was solo good will use this over and over ! Followed this recipe exactly as listed, and it was easy and delicious, definitely a new house favorite! Thanks so much, Laura! There’s nothing like a hearty bowl of Ramen Noodles right?? So we modified your recipe to replace the chicken stock with beef stock and then we used thin sliced flank steak that was marinated in a simple Asian marinade for 15 minutes. So happy you enjoyed the ramen!! In the end very little was left…straightforward and simple to recipe to follow. The only thing I do different is add Bok choy into it and I double the broth. . That broth was divine! No, I don’t use the ones you’re probably thinking of (Top Ramen) – I usually buy organic ramen noodles made by Hakubaku, which I find at many grocery stores (Whole Foods, Fred Meyer, Safeway, Target…) or on Amazon (http://amzn.to/2gfqNWX). Transfer the skillet to the oven and roast for 15-20 minutes, until the chicken is cooked through. Drain the noodles when done cooking of most, but not all water and add the soup in with the noodles. Cook noodles without seasoning and drain. Well that is a pretty incredible review! It’s just meant to be a really flavorful stock/broth, and while homemade is always wonderful, store-bought is also totally fine. Eggs in the US come pre-washed, so no worries about chicken butt bacteria there. if you could get back to me that would be very helpful, thank you . A little bit Salty but that may have been my bad. Will definitely be making again . ADD YOUR PHOTO. I left out the mushroom, but made the rest as is and it was wonderful! Honestly a perfect recipe, the only thing I’d suggest changing is using ramen eggs instead of soft boiled eggs. My picky eater kids LOVED this!! My wife and I are OBSESSED with ramen! BTW, the brown rice ramen from Costco is highly recommended. I used Ocean’s Halo Ramen noodles. Hi Looking forward to trying this !! Seriously, this is a godsend recipe. It could easily pass for one, and costs much less. Maybe try some crushed red pepper, a little extra soy sauce, or add some extra toppings from a traditional ramen dish! I’m eating this right now…it’s my first ever attempt eat trying or even cooking Japanese ramen and this is absolutely amazing. What does bison heart taste like? . I just made this and it was a hit! I will definitely be making this again. So if you’re using paste I think use enough for one serving as well which may be like a tablespoon. We make it at least twice a month, it is the go to comfort food in our house. Great recipe, as a base and unaltered. You can definitely freeze the broth, but I’m not sure how well the ramen noodles would do with freezing/defrosting (haven’t tried it). 1/2 onion ; 2 tablespoons of oil – to saute the onion; Seasoning packet of Ramen Noodles ; 3 large mushrooms – chopped ; 4 cups of water ; 4 shakes of soy sauces ; 1 tablespoon of butter ; 1 tablespoon of Italian seasoning We used some left over roast pork instead of the chicken, worked really well. Have never seen them in stores? Have to say, the 8 minutes for the egg was absolutely perfect! Thanks so much, Alex!! This Creamy Tomato Pasta recipe is an easy 20-minute meal that pairs perfectly with chicken, shrimp, spinach, mushrooms, and more! Simple and delicious! I suggest adding daikon radish, naruto, sesame seed, and dried seaweed. 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. 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. I’ll be saving this recipe! Add the stock, cover, and bring to boil. I wonder if maybe they overcooked? Thanks for your comment, Melanie! Hope you enjoy! Hi, Jennah! Hope you enjoy!! I did spice mine up by adding about a tablespoon of chili garlic paste (the store bought kind that comes in a little pot). I really loved this recipe. Easy recipe to follow and ingredients were my cupboard staples. I think the word you’re looking for is “similar”, not “equivalent”. We just ate it. What do you think? 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 cut out the shiitake mushrooms with skin-off chicken breasts, so other than some minor problems with the recipe, everything else was perfect. So glad it’s become a favorite . I love that everything is so fresh. I waited for a nice cold day and it warmed me up. Thanks so much, Sagar! Looks perfect for fall weather! Perfect meal for a chilly and damp day. 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. It’s a favorite around here this time of year too . How do you make a rich chicken broth? And I give you a Five Star!! Thanks so much, Carolyn!! Hope your daughter is feeling better . So glad your eggs came out perfect! Your soup is tasty chicken noodles, but it’s not ramen. You can change the toppings to anything you like and the broth is super simple! Enthusiasticly curious! Make the ramen broth: Heat the oil in a large pot over medium heat, until shimmering. It was fun to make and very messy ( my fault). Totally worth turning on th, In case it’s a thousand degrees where you live t, http://dimplesanddelights.blogspot.com/2015/03/weeknight-homemade-chicken-ramen.html, kosher salt and freshly-ground black pepper, to season, optional: fresh jalapeño slices, for serving. I’m addicted. Ramen Noodle Chicken Seasoning Packet Substitute. Nothing like telling your family the night before you are making ramen bowls for dinner the next day! Top over noodles and serve. Maruchan Ramen Creamy Chicken, 0.1875-Ounce Packages (Pack of 24) Visit the Maruchan Store. Using flank steak sounds delish! My family wants it every week. 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I’d recommend anyone to try the same. I was so impressed with the recipe! I did so and it tasted good, but I thought with the replacement mushrooms, I thought it would taste better with the shitake. I also added 2 tbsp of siracha which I got from a different recipe and it was just so so so yummy! Thanks for the recipe, Laura! My family was so impressed – my son said that it was so good he “even ate a mushroom!”. There are recipes you try out and they’re fine, you eat it but they weren’t special enough to get added to your food rotation. This recipe is so simple and delicious! That makes me so happy to hear, Alex! Will make this again! WoW! Should I triple or quadruple the recipe for 5 people if I want leftovers? I love your quick version here… so much more approachable! Beautiful flavour. Inspired by traditional Japanese ramen, but on the table in under an hour. I’m glad to hear you loved the ramen! Thanks for sharing! Great Job. I would much rather make my own then buy the high sodium ones at the store. You clearly are a snob, and really need to get a life. Oh, thank you so much for your comment! Oh, so glad to hear that! This looks amazing! Thanks! , Thank you! Loved every bite/spoon of it!!! Delicious! Used sesame chili oil for a kick and sauteed yellow onion and red bell peppers too. This isn’t just egg noodles, this is Ramen. Simmer gently for another 10 minutes, and season with salt, to taste. until now. Thanks so much, Nicole!! Hi Rachelle! I grilled some boneless chicken thighs that were marinaded in an Asian concoction I put together. https://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/1149/Chicken-Casserole105286.shtml Kids LOVED it too (ages 4 and almost 7). We just made this for our New Years dinner and it was amazing. Thank you, Kat! I have made some very complicated Ramen recipes before and this one was very easy. So glad you enjoyed the ramen! I do have a question about the Mirin since my kids may have it next time. That’s like saying apple pie is the same as an apple dumpling. Homemade stock is always best, but any good quality, flavorful store-bought chicken stock is fine (just not a watery broth). It is always a hit. thanks a lot for the recipe! https://dinnerthendessert.com/panda-express-chow-mein-perfect-copycat Also, you can add about a cup of hot water if you need more broth and/or if it’s too salty. Yummy! It is sooooo good! You soooo undersold this recipe! I now have a go-to winter meal for then the chilly months hit. It turns out better every time I make it. I didn’t add any extra salt to the broth cos I figured the normal soy would do enough to season the broth. Also added bok choy and spinach on top of noodles, softened up when broth was added. This was amazing!!! I hope you find the recipe you’re looking for. Loved this recipe, tried it last night I didn’t add butter and I used skinless chicken breast instead (weight watchers) I also doubled the amount of chicken and eggs to make 4 servings verses 2, so came out to around 6 points total which is not bad for a dinner or lunch recipe. Thanks for an awesome recipe, I cannot wait to try the rest of your recipes. I wanted to create a simple ramen noodle soup that reminded him of Japan, but could be made quickly, with ingredients on hand. Hope you enjoy! Hope that helps, enjoy!! Thanks so much! LOL Get over yourself, lighten up. Overall we were very happy with the way this recipe turned out and we will definitely be making it again! I would make it again and just simmer the eggs a little longer and use 1/2 the amount of ramen noodles (I prefer the broth over the ramen). Great recipe and thanks for sharing. Thank you! WOW! Let it sit for a minute or more after you take it off the burner and broth thickens. Thanks, Kristen! So many variation you can made with this base recipe. 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. When the Ramen finished ,can i freeze it , incl everthing ? I used fresh made Ramen noodles from the 99 Ranch Market which were absolutely delicious. Simple and very flexible. Thank you so much for this recipe, I seriously love it and it’s SO easy. I mean, this is okay as a start, but it is still just chicken noodle soup. It was a great dish! That sounds amazing with the pork belly! So glad you enjoyed the recipe – It sounds fabulous with your homemade stock and marinated eggs! I did add the mushrooms, cilantro, jalapeño, bac choy, green onion and some spicy sesame oil, I used the chicken and added beef and shrimp and used bone broth (higher protein). We did this in the slow cooker with some pork belly instead of the chicken and omitted the butter and it was amazing! I’m so glad to hear it’s become one of your favorites, too!! Amazing Dish thank you for sharing it with the world, this looks really tasty , we’ll need to try it right away. I am in search of a great Ramen recipe with not the ton of sodium for my 90 year old dad who LOVES Ramen! Instead, this is a simplified, approachable version of the ramen my husband used to eat when he would visit his parents in Tokyo. Easy, delicious and a great recipe with limited ingredients. I also add other veggies like blanched broccoli, bean sprouts and shredded carrot (you really don’t need the Mirin if you add carrot.) As I mention in the blog post, this is absolutely not an authentic ramen, and I don’t claim that it is. My husband, 4 year old, & I loved it. The system will only give me a three. . Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe I absolutely love this soup. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It’s so simple and so delicious. Added shaved carrots, chopped red and yellow peppers and spinach to broth, as I was combining two recipes that looked good. So glad you loved the recipe . Left out the mushrooms because my husband doesn’t like them, but otherwise followed the recipe. Thanks, Carlos! 10/10 will definitely be making this again. Thanks, Cindi! And you can’t spell “comment” correctly? So did 2 toddlers! We absolutely fell in love with this recipe!! I never even said that I like my food bland, so where you got that from, I don’t really know. I followed this recipe exact and didn’t change anything, it is perfect. My first noodle bowl !!!!! Easy to modify- I used shrimped instead of chicken. my husband and I both love this Ramen soup. So so delicious and not hard to make! We made this and it turned out great! Thanks so much, Amanda!! Seeing your responses to comments, you appear both modest and humble? We added a lot more garlic and ginger because we like it. Add seasoning packets; drain off most of liquid. For one serving you’d just divide all the ingredients in half. thanks for sharing. I’m sending to Japan- obsessed friends. Thanks! http://dimplesanddelights.blogspot.com/2015/03/weeknight-homemade-chicken-ramen.html. Don’t let this review bother you. My daughter sucked down 2 bowls and she is a super picky eater. Thank you so much! I use fresh shiitake as I can’t seem to find dry around here. It not only lowers the fat but it contains less sodium then store bought. Easy to make and tastes soooo good. They might not be squiggly like the instant packets, but they’re probably healthier Hope you enjoy the recipe!! Will make this again and again and try adding my own flair next time. Hope everyone enjoys!! Great recipe! I’m not sure if you actually made my recipe before deciding to leave this negative review, but as I mention in the post, this is a one hour, weeknight ramen recipe, and does not claim to be rigidly authentic. 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. Thanks so much, Rosie!! this is definitely comforting food at its finest. So happy you enjoyed our recipe . Also, just followed your beautifully precise instructions for soft-boiled eggs, and the came out marvelous!! I made this with sea tangle noodles and bison heart. Hello. Amazing. Had to double servings to fit 4 people. This was absolutely delicious! Came out so good, could not find mirin so used a spoon of sherry. Recipe was fantastic! I’ll do better next time. I must admit, since ramen is such an art form, my expectations weren’t super high… but you nailed it!! Especially if you use the kimchi flavored Ramen noodles! . Be sure to check out these other weeknight dinner favorites: Ask your butcher to remove the rib bone from the chicken breasts (leaving the skin on), or use bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts and increase the oven roasting time 5-10 minutes, as needed. Lots of readers have used pork, and it’s my favorite way to use leftover turkey at Thanksgiving I keep everything for the broth and veggies the same but may cook the meat separately/with a different method depending on what type/cut is used. This one seemed more authentic. Thanks so much for the recipe can’t wait to add some heat to it for a Spicy version! For the college students budget. Thank you so much, Shelly!! I’ve made this twice now and am constantly craving it haha. Thanks, Casey!! I had to switch up a few things (mushrooms for radishes+carrots, jalapeno for chipotle peppers) but it’s a knockout! Thanks for the recipe!! I just made a different ramen recipe and it’s not as tasty as I want it to be: I think I’m using the wrong broth. You have to cook the ramen separately in the boiling egg water. We will be having this again for sure. Everything had a chance to marinate and combine the next day and it was a wonderfully flavorful hot soup for a cold, snowy Pennsylvania day! Paintings of pigs adorn the walls, and big, steaming bowls of pork ramen are served to hungry patrons at a single bar counter. Your egg recipe is perfection too. My family and myself are blown away. Loved this recipe! We have some great Ramen in hawaii but all with great amount of sodium! Meanwhile, fill a large bowl with ice water. I made the chicken ramen noodle soup for dinner a few nights ago and it was absolutely to die for…I was so happy..It was easy..so tasty and looked just like your picture so tnku I will be trying more of ur recipes. Oh, Sarah, thank you so much!! This was my first time making homemade ramen and it was a huge hit! It can be much more expensive too, so I would skip it if it’s not an ingredient you regularly cook with. I’m so happy you loved it . I tried this for the first time tonight and it was delicious, full of flavour and exactly the taste I’ve been craving for months! All the kids loved it! Enjoy!! Nearly every variety of ramen has a very distinctive flavor from the stock made from seaweed and dried fish. Very easy, but did take me some time to make. Now he doesn’t eat the instant ramen anymore. I also added Japanese sea weed so to have a crunchy and deep sea flavor into it. Either way, hope you enjoy the ramen! Only thing I did differently was I marinated my egg for 2 days. Look forward to trying more. The serving size, I felt, was off. I made a very few substitutions: I use the rotisserie chicken leftovers, I didn’t have mirin so I substituted rice wine vinegar with a touch of sugar, and I use ground ginger instead of fresh. Thank you so much, Jen!! Fixed this on Sunday. I skip the chicken and go more egg (faster meal), and no mushrooms as partner is picky. This is a great simple version of home cooked Ramen. I said I enjoyed this recipe. I frequently use rotisserie chicken for this ramen, which makes it come together SO quickly. Might want to check into it since I was pretty shocked to find this posted from 5 years ago after doing some searching after making it from the book. Have made this recipe quite a few times. We LOVED it! Just made this. Love this recipe! I know a recipe is going to be good when my mouth waters while I am reading about it!!! Wait at least 5 minutes, or until cool enough to handle, then carefully peel away the shell and slice in half, lengthwise. so I will give it a try, using salt-free bouilion powder in place of the cube. Thanks so much, Kate!! For those that like it spicy, add red pepper flakes to the oil, garlic, ginger mix as it’s simmering. Thanks, Tommy!! I am always on the hunt for new things to try and food blogs like this one never fail me! For the sake of time, I use a rich chicken stock instead of kombu. This is more for personal preference as I can’t say anything was lacking in the depth and complexity of the flavors in this recipe. I was a little skeptical at first and assumed it would be another lackluster but edible bowl of ramen, but I was pleasantly surprised. I used a rotisserie chicken and added bok choy but followed the recipe as stated. So glad you guys loved the ramen as much as we do!! I followed your recipe to the letter with the addition of some Pak Choy. My picky teens eat it up. 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