Looking for ramen recipes? Our Japanese ramen noodles recipes are ideal for a comforting dinner, whether that be a meal for one or an impressive entertaining dish.
Get yourself a ramen bowl and follow our step-by-step guides to make your own stock from scratch, or try our quick and simple cheat’s recipes for midweel meals.
Chicken ramen, vegan, tonkotsu, we’ve got all of the twists on the classic here…
Pork ramen recipes
Take a look at this Japanese ramen recipe which is sure to go down a treat as a meal for four. There are only three main steps to making this ramen recipe: prepare the chicken broth, cook the pork mince and boil the noodles. Serve all three together and you’ll have a delicious weekend dinner. A great alternative for anyone wanting to branch out of their Sunday roast.
Our spicy pork ramen recipe requires little preparation as you’ll be using pre-made chicken stock. All you have to do is cook the pork belly for three hours, prepare the broth and boil the noodles before plating up the dinner. It’s the ideal meal for anyone wanting to make an easy ramen recipe for a family of four.
Looking for an easy ramen recipe which is sure to go down a treat with family and friends? This pork ramen recipe hits the mark and only takes an hour to make. Marinade the pork for 10 minutes before roasting for a further 25 minutes. Prepare the soup stock, blanch the noodles and slice the pork. If you fancy an extra kick, add some sliced chillies to pack more flavour into this simple ramen recipe.
Chicken and turkey ramen recipes
Check out our simple ramen recipe with chargrilled chicken, crunchy vegetables and noodles. This fresh and vibrant dish is easy to make, ready in 30 minutes and a great source of protein.
They say good things come to those that wait and this chicken ramen recipe is no exception to the rule. This dish takes a few hours to make, but it’s definitely worth the wait for a healthy, flavoursome dinner. Our ramen recipe will require some butchery as you’ll be using a whole chicken, but it’s a great meal to improve your culinary skills.
Change up classic beef for turkey in this comforting midweek meal ready in under an hour.
Transform the instant ramen noodles in your cupboard into this delicious chicken ramen recipe. Add ginger, lemongrass and garlic to your noodles for a tasty broth and serve with sliced chicken breast as well as baby spinach. For an extra kick, sprinkle chopped red chillies on top of the bowl.
Beef ramen recipes
Our beef ramen recipe is a speedy midweek meal that can be on your table in twenty minutes. Simply fry the beef in one pan whilst making the broth in another. Leave the broth to simmer for five minutes before adding boiled noodles. Cut the beef into slices and there you have it — a speedy oriental dish which comes to only 500 calories.
Vegetarian and Vegan ramen recipes
Take a look at our vegan ramen recipe for a speedy midweek meal which only takes twenty minutes to make. This ramen recipe uses chillies, mushrooms, spring onion whites, noodles and vegetable stock to make up the bulk of its flavour. So, you won’t have to go out of your way to buy the ingredients for this low-calorie ramen recipe.
In need of a warm bowl of comfort food? This vegan ramen recipe only takes an hour to make and has two easy steps. Prepare the stock by using boiling water, mushrooms, onions and garlic. Add beansprouts and marinated tofu before boiling the noodles. Mix the noodles and stock together in a bowl, and there you have a bowl of quick comfort food.
This low fat vegetarian ramen recipe makes an easy summer meal. Cook the eggs for six minutes before marinating in a bowl with sake, soy and mirin. Roast the beetroot for fifty minutes in the oven before coating in soy sauce and chilli oil. Serve the beetroot and eggs with pak choi cabbage to get an extra crunch, but you can steam if you’d prefer.
Fancy a speedy vegetarian ramen recipe for one? Cook a pack of instant veggie ramen noodles whilst boiling peanut butter, sesame oil, soy sauce and sriracha in another pan. Tip the noodles in the sauce before serving up on a dish with sliced cucumber and spring onions. This quick midweek meal for one takes your veggie ramen noodles to the next level.