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5 Ramen Recipes That Go Beyond the Dorm Room

Have you jumped on the Ramen trend? If not, now is the time – here are our picks to get you started. Easily customizable, this quick soup proves comfort food can be healthy. Stay warm, friends!

Easy Miso Ramen
This vegetarian ramen, via Foodie Mama featured on, features a mushroom broth and veggies you can easily pick up at the supermarket. Add a creamy touch of miso and dinner is done! I’m sold.


Spicy Thai Green Curry Ramen
Curry, chilies, and lemongrass make this recipe from One Two Simple Cooking make the veggie-loaded dish stand out. Added in your own “love and a little time,” and for a dish that is truly soul-warming.

Beef Ramen
Want a flavor-packed soup? Two words: beef stock. Add spicy peppercorns, garlic cloves, onion, star anise and bay leaves, then adjust the spice level to your liking and you have a soup to help you beat the cold. (via The Woks of Life)

Kung Pao Ramen
Cooking Classy
 shows us how to take packaged ramen up a notch with a few spices, chicken, sesame seeds, and peanuts. Doesn’t get much simpler than this, folks!


Chicken Ramen
This recipe from Fork Knife Swoon takes us back to basics (but it’s anything but boring). All you need is a good broth, ramen noodles, some veggies, and chicken. Top it with a soft-boiled egg and some spring onions and you’re good to go! 

That’s all for now! Which will you try first?

3 Responses to “ 5 Ramen Recipes That Go Beyond the Dorm Room ”

  1. WOW! Are you trying to kill people?
    Have you ever read the nutritional value on the package?
    This is pure heart attack in a 1 ounce package! The spices are nothing more than a HIGH content of salt! I understand that people who financially struggle eat these a lot and I have as well but not if I didnt have too! My Dr has even said to steer clear of them because they are so bad for you!

  2. Made this for son today, some modifications as a little fussy but he absolutely loved it. Will definitely do it again

  3. @ Shari Kalous – before you judge or attack people on the internet, perhaps you should first open the recipes and read them? none of them are using the seasoning pkgs which is where all of the sodium and preservatives are. They are only using the noodles, which is how you have to buy the majority of ramen. These recipes are wholesome and use good, fresh ingredients. Take a pause before you lash out, it’ll make you seem less ignorant. For me? I love “The Woks of Life” blog and I’m going deep for the beef ramen. Thanks BHG!

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