How to Elevate Your Ramen Noodle Recipe

Take your ramen noodle recipes to new heights with tuna, miso broth, or a soft boiled egg
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Try this ramen noodle recipe tonight.

Everyone has his or her favorite ramen place for a bowl of noodles, but you can make the same amazing ramen recipes right at home. You can use a package of Top Ramen to make these recipes below. All you need to do is get rid of the high-sodium chicken flavor packet and add your own chicken or vegetable broth, a protein, and some amazing produce for a well-rounded ramen dish. Keep reading to find different ways to take your ramen recipe to the next level.

Chicken Chile Ramen

Here’s a uniquely Latin take on a traditional Japanese favorite, ramen. Tomatillos and aji amarillo, a yellow pepper used often in Peruvian cooking, liven up the mix of flavors, and the addition of corn and chicken make this a complete, easy meal. —Wanda Colon

For the Chicken Chile Ramen recipe, click here.

Miso Broth With Ramen and Seared Tuna

This light Japanese broth is poured over tender ramen noodles (fine, quick-cooking wheat noodles) and topped with seared tuna to make a healthy and delicious meal. — Susannah Blake

For the Miso Broth With Ramen and Seared Tuna recipe, click here.

Bacon and Egg Ramen

Take your ramen recipe to new heights with a soft boiled egg, bacon bites, and spinach.

For the Bacon and Egg Ramen recipe, click here.

Ramen Noodle Bowl With Chicken Thighs

This savory noodle bowl is perfect for a cool day. It is loaded with chicken, scallions, egg, and bok choy.

For the Ramen Noodle Bowl With Chicken Thighs recipe, click here.