Ramen- Nila Style!

So I originally was going to post about fall decoration ideas, or perhaps about being sick and making things still work at home. However, since I have been making copious amounts of homemade ramen, I decided this would be a more entertaining (and useful) subject.

Really Easy Delicious Ramen

You will need

A few cans of chicken broth
Stir-fry vegetables (frozen)
Green onions (chopped)
Ramen noodles (find the baked kind if you can)
Ground Ginger
Onion Powder
Garlic Powder
Chicken Buillion Cubes

Add ins-
Soy Sauce
Teriyaki Sauce
Beaten Egg

I don't have exact measurements because I really just make it to the size of the group I am serving (the pictures are for a group of 8, mostly men). Cook the noodles first according to the package directions (fried noodles take less time).

Then pour the chicken broth into a 4 quart pan. Add a few buillion cubes, about half a cube for a can of broth. Add a couple teaspoons of ginger, garlic powder, and onion powder. Bring to a boil. Add stir-fry vegetables (in any amount you wish), and chopped green onion.

Spoon broth and veggies into a bowl. Add noodles! You can now add sriracha, soy, teriyaki to your liking. My advice is to choose one and stick with it! If you want to add egg make sure the broth is really hot, so it cooks completely.

There you go, amazing ramen! You can add even more variety by adding shredded chicken, pork, beef, or frozen shrimp. The possibilities are endless! Enjoy!

1 comment:

~Rachael~ said...

Mmmm... That sounds yummy!