I don’t know about you, but I’m crazy about Ramen. There are so many variations, so many add-ins, that you literally can have a different meal each time you have it. I like it so much, that I learned how to make it at home, so I can have access to it, whenever I am in the mood. One of my favorites is the Japanese Curry Ramen, and thankfully it is not to hard to make. The most important part is probably using authentic ingredients. If you don’t have access to an Asian market, you can easily order everything on Amazon. This time I liked my Ramen simple, so I added just egg and green onion, but you can, of course, add anything you like!
What you’ll need:
- 8 oz ground chicken
- 4 cups chicken broth
- 2 large eggs
- 1 bar (or 2 cubes) Japanese curry
- Ramen noodles
- chopped green onion
- add-ins: mushrooms, seaweed, kimchi, sesame seeds, etc.
Add oil to a frying pan, and pan fry ground chicken. Season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
In a medium sauce pan, heat chicken broth. Add curry cubes. Lower heat to a simmer, and simmer until curry is dissolved,
In the meantime, boil eggs for 6 minutes to make them semi soft. Assemble the Ramen by adding the noodles, then the broth, then the ground chicken. Top off with half (or 2 halves) of the egg and the green onion, I like my Ramen simple, but by all means, add whatever your heart desires!