If you like Japanese food then there is a good chance that you are a big fan of ramen. There is nothing more comforting than a nourishing bowl of ramen, with steaming hot broth and packed with nutritious vegetables. Ramen is known for having a fragrant flavor which is both deep and light.
There are different types of ramen, but spicy chicken ramen has to be one of the best. It is high in protein with a nice kick of spice which satisfies your taste buds.
You don’t have to order a takeout or go to a Japanese restaurant to enjoy a good bowl of ramen- there are plenty of great recipes which make it simple and easy to make ramen at home. Check out these delicious recipes for spicy chicken ramen.
This warming chicken ramen is flavored with garlic and ginger for a dish that is packed with flavor. The seasoning is spicy and warm with a hint of lemon which gives the ramen a bright and zesty edge.
The base of this ramen is a low sodium broth, so you don’t have to worry about eating too much salt but you can still enjoy an amazing flavor. When it comes to the garnish, this recipe uses soft boiled eggs, green onions and chilis which look and taste fantastic.
This recipe is perfect for when you have leftover chicken to use up. Making a ramen with leftover chicken is quick, easy, and healthy – this dish has far fewer calories than if you put your leftover chicken into a pie.
The fresh spinach adds a good amount of nutrients into the meal such as vitamins and iron, and the grated ginger provides a fragrant flavor which will leave you wanting more.
If you are looking for a comforting recipe that is ideal for a busy weeknight then this recipe has got you covered. It is quick and easy to prepare so you can enjoy a nourishing bowl of warming ramen in no time.
To make this recipe even quicker, you can prep your ingredients in the morning so you are ready to cook as soon as you get home.
This recipe for spicy chicken ramen is ready in only 20 minutes and tastes so good you will feel like you ordered it from a takeout or at a restaurant. The recipe is garnished with ramen eggs which are tastier than normal soft boiled eggs.
The sauce is flavored with chili and garlic for a deep and spicy finish which perfectly complements the wholesome chicken.
This particular recipe for ramen uses crispy chicken instead of soft shredded or sliced chicken. Frying the chicken means that this recipe is a bit higher in fat than some of the others so it is ideal for a Friday night treat, but it is still much healthier than a takeaway.
The crispy chicken is mouth wateringly good and contrasts well with the soft noodles. You can customize this recipe by adding eggs, corn, seaweed, beansprouts, or whatever other ingredients you fancy. Remember to add the noodles last so they don’t overcook and become mushy.
This fragrant and spicy chicken ramen is easy to make and is packed with protein and healthy vegetables. You can easily double the ingredients to make this meal for a bigger group when family and friends come over for dinner.
In less than 30 minutes you can enjoy this dairy-free delight. Once the noodles are cooked, they are tossed in sesame oil before being added into the broth. This gives them an authentic Asian flavor.
The great thing about this ramen recipe is that you can use whatever vegetables you have in your refrigerator, or you can choose your favorite vegetables from the grocery store. This means you can customize the recipe to make sure the whole family will enjoy it.
In this version, mushrooms are included for protein and carrots and red pepper create exciting colors as well as providing nutrients. You can make this dish in only one pot so there is less washing up to do after you have enjoyed your meal.
With this recipe you can enjoy Wagamama style ramen noodles that have been prepared in your very own kitchen. Sriracha and sweet chili sauce are used to give the ramen a spicy kick and shichimi or paprika add a deep, warm flavor.
The ramen is garnished with fresh lime which you can squeeze over the top before you tuck in to add a zesty zing which complements the simple flavor of the chicken.
Whilst this recipe isn’t authentically Japanese, it is quicker and easier than the traditional methods used to make ramen and it still tastes fantastic. The roasted chicken is brushed with butter and packed with flavor.
The broth is nice and spicy with a kick of sriracha. The dish is flavored with garlic, ginger, sesame oil and soy for the classic Asian taste that fans of ramen go wild for. This recipe uses mushrooms but you can use whichever vegetables you fancy.
With this easy recipe from Itsu you can enjoy their tasty spicy chicken ramen without having to order a takeaway. It is flavored with fresh coriander, finley sliced chillies, sriracha, and sesame oil.
The carrots and green onions are prepared julienne style which gives this dish a touch of class that will definitely impress your friends and family. The noodles are infused with charcoal for a rich color and a deep flavor. The ramen is topped with soft eggs for an appealing and delicious finish.