It’s been raining here so it’s cold and wet.
I have to fight the winter blues with lots of soupy and spicy foods such as this bowl of Sriracha Ramen.
Sriracha is one of my favorite ingredients as it jazzes everything I make into something better.
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I just love the tingling heat in my palate.
I love ramen and I always have packets of instant ramen noodles in my pantry.
I know how we all feel about instant ramen; we love them but our minds are telling us that they are bad to our health.
So, I always toss away the MSG-laden seasoning packets and make my own broth, and just use the ramen noodles.
Here is what I always do: make the broth with chicken broth and then add dollops of Sriracha.
Add your favorite toppings of hard-boiled eggs with soft yolk, poached eggs, mushrooms, shrimp or chicken, and some greens, and you have a bowl of piping hot Sriracha ramen noodle soup that is so good this time of year!
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 183 calories per serving.
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- 2 large eggs
- 4 cups chicken broth
- 2 packs instant ramen
- 4 oz. peeled and deveined shrimp
- 4 oz. white mushrooms, sliced into halves
- 2-3 tablespoons sriracha or to taste
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- 2 tablespoons chopped scallion
- salt to taste
- 1 tablespoon lime juice (optional)
- Place your eggs in a pot and add cold water. Make sure the water covers the eggs. Bring to a boil over high heat. Remove from the heat and set aside for 6 minutes. Rinse the eggs in cold water, peel off the shell and slice the eggs into halves. Set aside.
- Heat up the pot and add the chicken broth. Bring it to boil. Add the ramen and cook. When the ramen is about half done, add the shrimp, mushroom, Sriracha and sesame oil. Add the eggs, chopped scallion, salt and lime juice. Stir well and serve immediately.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.
I don’t have mushrooms, do t out have any suggestions on what other vegetable would go with this?
You can use any vegetables you like.
When are you adding the egg – lol – just bustin’ your chops. looks & sounds delish.
You add the cooked egg as the topping when you are ready to serve.
This was delicious! I used beef stock because it’s what I had on hand, oyster and cremini mushrooms, a splash of rice vinegar and some cilantro. Thank you
Aku rasa ini sangat cocok untuk lidah asia ^^
Why not use actual japanese ramen noodles?
You can use fresh ramen noodles. I used dried ramen because that was what I had in my kitchen that day. :)
Thanks for the recipe Rasa, this looks really yummy! :)
Thanks Julia. :)
I love sriracha so much, I am definitely making this! Thanks for the how-to on the egg, too. I’ve never done it that way.
Great, yes my favorite ramen now.