Easy Homemade Healthy Japanese Noodle, Ramen

Do you wanna learn how to make easy homemade ramen?

Let me shoyu … ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

This is not from scratch recipe so it’s not a lot of hard work.

Homemade ramen is much more healthy with lots of veggies and just as delicious as the ramen at a ramen restaurant.

First, you need the ingredients:

  • Ramen Set
  • Vegetables

First, add any vegetables you like. Ramen can be good with any vegetables, so choose whatever you like.


Next, is this where we’re going to do a little cheat by using ramen sets. Prepare Ramen set.

You can usually find this at Japanese supermarkets like Mitsuwa or Marukai in the U.S.

There are a lot of flavors like Miso, Shoyu, salt chicken, and spicy.


If there is no Japanese supermarket in your area, maybe you can find it online.

It contains soup stock and noodle.

This is much better than instant noodle because the broth is not a powder and the noodle is not dried or fried as well so the taste is more like actual restaurant ramen (also healthier). It doesn’t taste like instant soup at all.

However, if you can’t find this ramen kit, you would be able to substitute it for an instant ramen pack.


Another ramen set you might want is a boiled egg, bamboo, and roasted pork.

But again, the meat can be anything like chicken or beef.


So, first, put the veggies into a pot and stir, adding a little bit of garlic, salt, and pepper.


Then, put in the soup stock and stir with the veggies.


Put some water,

and ta-da-

The soup is done.


At the same time, you can boil the noodles in a separate pot. Make sure that you mix by stirring so that the noodles don’t stick together.


Put the noodles and soup in the bowl. You can also put boiled egg, roasted pork, bamboo, and seaweed for decoration.


And finally, it’s done!

This is really easy and I hope you can enjoy it too!!!


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