Sare’s Favorite Delicious and Quick Ramen Soup Recipe
Quick and Easy Ramen Recipe
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Ever since I was little I’ve loved the cheap and unhealthy classic Top Ramen.
For a few years in my twenties it was pretty much the only thing I ate other than deep fried bar food, and the ocassional home-cooked meal I’d get at my childhood home.
Luckily, since that time I’ve learned a few things about eating and cooking, and this recipe is guaranteed to feed the otherwise unhealthy craving.
- Six (6) to eight (8) cups organic bone (or vegatable) broth
- 1 onion sliced
- 3 (or more) cloves of garlic chopped
- 3 cups Frozen vegatables of your choice
- Meat, Tofu, or seafood of choice (I love shrimp in this dish)
- 1 package Japanese Somen Noodles
- Pink Himalayan Salt to taste
- Ground black pepper to taste
- Approximately 2 teaspoons chili powder
- Molasses (I used a couple tablespoons, but you can add more or less)
- Coconut Aminos
Quick Recipe Directions
Begin by sauteing the onion until translucent. I like to do this with either ghee or butter.
Remember, fat is not the enemy, and it tastes so good.
Add garlic and brown for an additonal two minutes.
Once the onion and garlic have been combined, add broth.
This is when I begin adding the seasonings (salt, pepper, chili powder).
Experiment with herbs and spices you have on hand to get a deeper flavor.
When the broth comes to a boil, add molasses, stirring to combine.
Add frozen vegatables to the flavored broth.
In a separate pot, make noodles–following package directions. The package I used called for the noodles to be drained and rinsed, then added to the hot broth. This took approximately five (5) minutes.
Combine with vegatables and broth. Top with meat of choice and sprinkle with Coconut Aminos.
Anytime is a Good Time for Soup
We’ve had several storms throughout this summer, and even though it was in the high 80s the last time I made this recipe, the howling wind, crashing thunder, and torential rain called for soup.
Besides, we have air conditioning so it wasn’t exactly the Mojave Desert inside our little cottage.
When I say this is a quick recipe, it really is.
I was able to get this soup onto the table, before the power went out, and was washing up the last of the dishes as the lighting and thunder circled around our house.
Did I mention storms like to hover over our house?
I hope you and your family enjoy this recipe as much as my family does.
Until next time,
P.S. Have you tried my favorite muffin recipe yet? If not, you can find it here.