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Homemade Chicken Ramen Noodles

Homemade Chicken Ramen Noodles

Cooking for your family and loved ones is one of the greatest pleasure one can give.Time, love and sitting down as a family shows the care and joy one takes to fulfill the desire to give a heartwarming meal.  Each household tends to have their own unique and favorite dish .What's your family's favorite dish? Well the following snap will reveal my family's favorite. 

Any guesses guys!!! Well it's a "Bowl Of Ramen Noodles" comforting, vibrant and delicious homemade  noodles- recently this bowl has be conquering my kitchen very often. We are fond of instant noodles because they are convenient, quick and easy meals. Not much cooking expertise required except boiling water and pouring it over : quick and fast to cook..

Instant noodles are loved everywhere,I think because anyone can make it and they are so handy. You don’t have to make much of an effort to make them, all thanks to the tastemaker in it. Also these instant noodles are so versatile you can easily experiment with them by adding veggies, eggs, chicken, ham, prawns…..Almost anything..and yet they taste like your favorite instant noodle.

Who else loves eating a bowl of homemade ramen noodle soup? The steamy broth, the firm noodles and all the succulent toppings come together so perfectly in a bowl of homemade ramen noodle soup. It’s no wonder that this Japanese creation is taking the world by storm!

Well well well my entire family just love these ramen, and since there isn’t a good place that makes it locally, we make our own at home. This bowl of ramen noodles is a combination of rich flavored broth  then topped with assortments of  meat, vegetables and a soft boiling egg. To be able to enjoy a big comforting bowl of this ramen noodle soup in the comfort of your own home is some kind of bliss! Let's sit back and enjoy this bowl of home made chicken ramen  with flavorful broth roasted chicken fresh veggies with lots of noodles and soft cooked eggs right on your kitchen top. 

For this recipe I'm using the soup base that I made for: "Hainese Chicken Rice"- 

For the Preparation of The Noodles and Eggs:

4 packet of instant noodles( any brand of your choice)
6 cups of water
salt to taste
3 tbsp of sesame oil
6 eggs

Preparation Method:
For The Noodles:

Boil the water in large sauce pan with salt. Once the water starts to boil add the noodles and cook til 80% cooked. Drain and add the seems oil, mix well and keep aside.

For The Eggs:
Fill a large pan with water and place over high heat til the water comes to a boil. Reduce the heat and gently lower the eggs into the water 1 at a time allowing the eggs to simmer for few minutes. Then remove them from the boil water and place them in ice cold bath.. Finally peel the shells and cut them into lengthwise and keep aside

For the Spicy Chicken:
4 boneless chicken breast
salt and pepper to taste
2tbsp red chilli powder
1tsp turmeric powder
1tsp cumin powder
1tbsp curd
juice of 1 lemon

Preparation Method:
Wash the chicken pieces and prick them with a forkI n large mixing bowl add all the ingredients and marinated the chicken breast well and keep aside for about 6 hours or preferable overnight. Heat 2 tablespoons of  oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once the skillet is hot, place marinated chicken breasts in the skillet and cook for 4 to 5 minutes on each side, until golden brown on both sides and cooked through, turning once between cooking, about 8-10 minutes. Remove chicken from pan. Once cooled sliced the cooked chicken pieces and keep aside.

For The Stir Fried Soy Mushroom:
1 cup sliced button mushrooms
2tbsp minced garlic
1tsp sesame oil
2tbsp dark soy sauce
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Heat some oil in skillet over medium heat; add the mushrooms; cook and stir until the mushrooms have softened and released their liquid, about 5 minutes. Stir in the garlic; continue to cook and stir for 1 minute. Pour in the soy sauce; cook the mushrooms in the soy sauce until the liquid has evaporated, about 4 minutes.

Ingredients For Garnishing:
Shredded Radish
Roasted Seseme Seeds
Steamed Greens of your choice
Chopped spring onion
Sesame oil
Lengthwise sliced cucumbers

And finally, the  favorite part about making homemade ramen noodle soup, is getting to finish the bowls with the garnishes:

Ladle one and a half cup of hot ramen broth into each individual bowl. Add a generous amount of cooked ramen noodles to the bowls. Lay a few pieces of the sliced grilled chicken one side of the noodles. Add some of the stir fried mushrooms  next to the chicken. Then add the rest of garnish side by side. Finally drizzle some sesame oil and sprinkle a good amount roasted sesame seeds for the final touch to the Ramen Bowl.


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