Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Mage Food- Miso Ramen

I'm going to share with you the most basic of ramen recipes, and I don't mean that in the negative street connotation of the word. The full recipe is found on Steamy Kitchen, so hop on over there if you're interested in seeing the ramen in all it's glory.

Serves 4

10oz dried ramen noodles
8 cups pork or vegetable broth
4 tablespoons shiro miso paste
1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce

These are what I use.

Cook your ramen noodles according to package instructions. Mine were in Japanese, so I just cooked them until I felt good about them (about three minutes). Drain and rinse your noodles in cold water to stop the cooking process. Put your noodles into your bowls.

In a large pot, add the stock and soy sauce. Bring to a boil over high heat. Remove your pot from the heat and stir in the miso paste. Taste your soup and add in another 1-2 tablespoons of miso if your tastebuds crave it. Add your soup to your noodle bowls. Add in any vegetables, meat, eggs if you so desire.

I buy BBQ pork from a local Chinese restaurant to add to my ramen.

And that's it!! This has been hitting the spot on these chilly nights lately. Let me know if you try it!


  1. I've never had ramen this way, with actual meat and vegetables and such, so I might just try this one out! :)

  2. Yeah, I can't do sprouts and stuff, it grosses me out. But the meat and eggs were pretty good. The broth was still my favorite part though. Let me know if you try it!

  3. Yum! This looks easy enough for me to pull off, and I'm really no good at cooking:P I think it sounds especially yummy with eggs, I'll have to try that out!

  4. I suck at cooking! So if I can make it, I know you can :) Let me know what you think if you try it.

  5. Mmmm! Miso ramen! Being in FL has made finding a ramen place an epic journey! Luckily, a few places have started serving it, and they are GOOD!!!! This looks delicious and I'll have to try it!

  6. It was everywhere in Hawaii and I wanted to try it, but I would always end up getting something I knew I would like instead. I wish I tried it though, because this homemade ramen is so good, I can only imagine what it was like there.


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