Lazy Sunday - The Ultimate Korean Ramen Recipe

Lazy Sunday - The Ultimate Korean Ramen Recipe

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Enjoy the ultimate Korean ramen recipe on a lazy Sunday lunch or dinner so that you can get back to your favorite shows!

Every Sunday, I will post a Lazy Sunday Recipe so that anyone can make some cheap, quick, and easy recipes when all you want to do is relax at home, watch Netflix, or get over a hangover. Posts will be straight to the point, because I too am probably watching Netflix, relaxing, or getting over a hangover. :)

Instant ramen is tasty, quick, and cheap which fits the Lazy Sunday bill perfectly. If you are single, I know this is in your house somewhere. The beauty of the instant ramen is that you can add almost anything into this and make it taste good! Let’s upgrade it a little bit so that you can have more flavor, more vegetables, and make it a little bit more nutritious!

Ramen Ingredients that will be used: egg, green onion, dumplings, tofu, and mushrooms.

Ingredients I will be using to make the ultimate Korean ramen recipe.

The Lazy Sunday Ramen Broth in a pan on a wooden board.

I like to open and put in the broth mix and dried vegetables first, before putting it to the stove. (I believe it will cook at a higher temperature and also evenly spread to other ingredients.)

The Lazy Sunday Ramen Broth in a pan on a wooden board.

I usually like to put in the ingredients a little bit before I put the ramen noodles in, but had to do it like this to show all the ingredients. I also start putting in the ingredients when the water starts simmering. I never let the broth boil, always simmer.

The Lazy Sunday Ramen Broth in a pan on a wooden board.

After I put the ramen noodles in, I put the egg on top and close the lid. I never mix in the egg, as I don’t like the flavor of the broth. I let it cook until the yolk is a little runny. I added seaweed flakes, or furikake on top for more flavor.

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The Ultimate Korean Ramen Recipe

Enjoy the ultimate Korean ramen recipe on a lazy Sunday lunch or dinner so that you can get back to your favorite shows!

prep time: 5 minscook time: 10 minstotal time: 15 mins

ingredients:

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 Shin Ramen
  • 2 oz Spam
  • 2 tbsp Green Onion
  • 1 oz Enoki Mushroom
  • 1 Egg
  • 2 beef dumplings
  • 1 oz tofu

instructions

  1. Open the Shin Ramen and put the pre-mix broth and dried vegetables and put them in a pot with water.
  2. Bring to a simmer and keep it at simmering the whole way through. Then add spam, green onion, mushroom, dumplings, and tofu.
  3. After 2 minutes add the ramen noodle.
  4. After 1 minute add the egg on top and then close the pot with a lid. When you get your desired egg, take it off the heat and eat.
Tips
  1. I sprinkled dried seasoned seaweed on top, or furikake, but you don’t need to do that
  2. You don’t need to plate the pot the way I did. You can just throw all the ingredients in there!
  3. Be creative and use whatever you have in your fridge! Corn, edamame, kimchee, cheese, ham, bacon, whatever! It will most likely taste good!

Calories

788.29

Fat (grams)

37.51

Sat. Fat (grams)

13.19

Carbs (grams)

75.54

Fiber (grams)

2.76

Net carbs

43.78

Sugar (grams)

3.98

Protein (grams)

38.18

Sodium (milligrams)

1356.22

Cholesterol (grams)

206.32
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