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Ramen, is everyone's go to meal, especially for the busy and independent people. For the long time, Ramen has been revamped to become more fulfilling and somehow healthy. 

Being away from my parents and not having someone to cook for me aside from the Chinese take out Ramen is my go to meal with its convenient and easiness of just throwing a package of in a pot for 3 minutes and having a meal all set and ready to go.

But eating  ramen everyday is somehow boring, so I have a recipe that I have perfected over the years that is both satisfying and delicious.


Please know that this recipe is based on your personal preference, but this is the most basic recipe that we like to follow 


1 pack of Ramen any Ramen will do so,  we will use the Samyang hot Chicken Flavor Ramen. Grab one here.


Cabbage or any greens

Egg or any meat 

Cheese but optional 



Step 1

Boil 3 cups of water in a pot. While boiling the water cut the onions, cabbage and take out the noodles from the package.

Step 2

As the water boils, put the cabbage and onions. Cooked it until it's tender. Once it is cooked, scoop the onion and the cabbage  into the bowl with the dry and leave the water in the pot.

Step 3

Lower the heat on the pot and add the egg for a couple of minutes until the clear part is white and when you pat the yolk with the back of a fork it is fairly firm, but still with a little give. Once done, you can then carefully add the egg and water to the and stir the seasoning in and break up the noodles.

 Step 4

While waiting for the noodles to be al dante  you can add the cheese, ham or any vegetables of your preference. If you are already hungry and in a hurry, you can microwave the in its bowl for 10 to 15 seconds interval until the noodles this way the broth warms up but tend to  the vegetables.

Step 5

Once the noodles are cooked, add the seasoning at the top, you can add Sriracha or mayonnaise. Enjoy and break the egg bout half way through the meal so that the broth gets a little creamy and extra flavorful.


This is a very easy recipe using little ingredients and eating fancy while you are on the go. This recipe doesn't make ramen healthier but it sure gives more substance and makes it more of a filling meal. 

Enjoy your ramen and check out our Noodles section here for more Ramen nights..

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