Healthy Ramen Recipes
Ramen Noodle Bowl
Slow simmered broths are the rich bases of these ramen recipes. Combine that with other flavorful components, like kimchi or fresh ginger, and savor a steaming bowl of deliciousness.
Move over chicken noodle soup—ramen is the new bowl of comfort. Here, we offer a Japanese-style chicken soup twist, flavored with miso, soy sauce, chile paste, and porcini mushrooms.
Slow Cooker Ramen Bowls
Any ramen lover will tell you—it's all about the broth. We build layers of rich umami flavor with the help of mushroom stems, fresh ginger, kombu (a type of edible kelp), sesame oil, and, of course, low and slow heat.
Mushroom Ramen Bowl
How 'bout a slurpy-luscious ramen experience that takes only 25 minutes to create? We look to bacon, soy sauce, and flavor-packed dried mushrooms to bring the flavor, and fresh noodles, bamboo shoots, nori, egg, and scallions round it all out.
Egg Noodle Stir-Fry with Broccoli
Chewy fresh egg noodles are the star here, but we also love how many veggies are packed in this hearty bowl. Though less brothy than a classic ramen bowl, it's still all kinds of soupy-wonderful. If you want to skip the homemade chicken stock, just go with store-bought unsalted chicken stock.
Brown Rice Noodle Bowls with Tofu, Pork, and Kimchi
Consider this a ramen-ish bowl. Though it uses rice noodles instead of wheat noodles, that broth is drink-it-down good. And the little bits of browned pork? Yeah, those add just the right hit of meaty chew.
Ramen Cups with Cabbage and Pork Slaw
Sometimes, you just need your ramen in a handy handheld package. For those occasions, try our muffin-tin ramen cups bursting with sesame-flavored slaw and savory roast pork tenderloin.
Sesame Chicken and Noodles in Mushroom Broth
Not only is this dish quick to make and gorgeous to behold, but it's downright delicious, too. A little fish sauce goes a long way to infusing the broth with rich umami depth. And the sesame-crusted chicken is all kinds of nutty-great.
Chicken Noodle Bowl
OK, you may think it blasphemy to call for linguine in a ramen-style recipe… but it's a pantry staple that works beautifully here. Besides, traditional ramen is made with wheat noodles, so the texture is just right!