Ramen noodles are a quintessential component of Japanese food culture, although their origin is unclear. Originally a cheap and filling dish from China, ramen is now seen everywhere from college campuses to trendy restaurants. If you’re looking for a deliciously warming (and authentic) meal for the chilly months, try one of these seven ramen recipes.
Ramen noodle soup can be a great option to fend off the cold weather. Enjoy a quick bowl after work, or linger over a delicious midday meal with your family. Either way, you'll be sure to enjoy the unique Japanese food culture of ramen noodles.
Nothing says “autumn” like the flavors of smoky caramelized pork and roasted root vegetables. Try this recipe from Half Baked Harvest for a bowl of ramen noodle soup that will warm you from the inside out. Better yet? You can make it in a slow cooker for a quick and hearty workday dinner.
A little bit of spice along with everything nice is sure to have you feeling toasty. This easy spicy chicken ramen recipe adds a bit of a kick to your traditional chicken noodles, making it a great choice to open up the sinuses during cold season! The secret is in the sriracha, with a bit of ginger rounding it out for delicious flavor.
Although ramen is typically considered a Japanese dish, the ramen in this recipe celebrates the enticing flavors of Thailand. It features a hearty pumpkin broth that pays homage to the fall, with traditional ramen ingredients like ginger, garlic and mushrooms also making an appearance. Coconut milk adds a Thai edge, which makes for a more tasty and unique bowl of ramen soup.