Dan Dan Noodles
Making chili oil from scratch is easy and adds a delicious complex flavor to this dish, but you can use regular hot chili oil instead in a pinch.
Gingery Tofu Ramen Bowls
What is more satisfying than a big bowl of ramen noodles? This vegetarian bowl is packed with crispy tofu that brings both protein and flavor to the table after it's crisped and coating in a tamari-maple sauce. The same tamari mixture is then blended with creamy nut butter of your choice to create a silky sauce that coats the noodles.
Crunchy Ramen Snack Mix
This spicy snack mix features toasted ramen noodles, nuts, cornflakes and freeze-dried peas.
Ramen Soup with Vegetables
Improve on the typical ramen soup by adding your own fresh veggies and seasonings.
Making ramen soup at home is a fun, customizable cooking project. Our shoyu ramen recipe comes from Rai Rai Ken, a restaurant in Manhattan's East Village, and starts with with their kitchen's rich, complex soup base. For shoyu or soy sauce ramen, we add soy sauce, sake, and mirin to make the well-seasoned broth. Thin ramen noodles are cooked separately and added to each bowl before the broth is poured in. Serve with your choice of toppings, such as hard-boiled egg, cooked spinach, chopped scallions, nori, and bamboo shoots.
Beef Satay with Peanut-Ginger Ramen
Grilled-beef skewers are accompanied by ramen noodles dressed up with a peanut-ginger sauce.
Citrus-Bok Choy Salad with Crisp Ramen
Baked ramen noodles make a crunchy topping for this easy, healthy salad.
Pepper-Shrimp-and-Noodle Salad with Crunchy Spring Vegetables
Cold peanut noodles get a fresh reboot in this veg-forward entrée salad. After mixing thin spaghetti or ramen with a gingery sesame sauce, you fry garlic slivers for a crunchy garnish, then sizzle juicy shrimp in the same pan. Lastly, the salad: an aromatic bouquet of cucumber, radishes, cilantro, and mint.