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Instant Pot Ramen

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Instant Pot Ramen

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  • 1 lb. chicken tenders (or chicken breasts)
  • salt
  • ground black pepper
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
  • 4 cups chicken broth
  • 2 cups water
  • 4 eggs
  • 3 pkg. ramen noodles (discard the seasonings)
  • 8 oz. bok choy (stem removed and sliced into pieces)
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. soy sauce (or Japanese soup base, add more to taste)
  • 4 stalks scallion (white parts into 2-inch length and green part into rounds)
  • sesame (black and white, optional)
  • chili oil (S&B La-Yu Chili Oil)
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    Calories420Calories from Fat190
    Total Fat21g32%
    Saturated Fat6g30%
    Trans Fat0g
    Calories from Fat190
    Total Carbohydrate30g10%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Vitamin A40%
    Vitamin C30%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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    Lindsey G 6 days ago
    Could have been a little more flavorful, but I also used low sodium chicken broth and low sodium soy sauce, so that could be to blame. Was still good enough that we cleaned the whole pot!
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    Hey 8 days ago
    Very nice, simple to make. I pre-cut and fried the chicken in a pan instead and added the chicken into the pot, with stock. Also the egg can be done beforehand, set to 4 minutes on an inch of boiled water, on the trivet in the instant pot. Love Bok choy, especially being able to add veg from raw into the whole thing, doesn’t seem like cooking, is cool. I saw some matchstick carrot slices on another recipe which might be a nice addition. Onto a pork ramen next time!
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    Simon 2 months ago
    Simply delicious! This was my first ever Instant Pot cooking experience and with this meal we hit the ground running! The instructions were easy to follow and the whole process was simple and enjoyable. (I did add a little fresh ginger and a few chilli flakes - but only a little!). A most flavoursome dish . . . will definitely be having this again.
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    maria minney 4 months ago
    I follow the recipe, except for chili oil at the end, which I did not have, and it was easy and delicious.
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    Ludo a year ago
    Awesome recipe. Fresh jalapeño gave it a nice extra kick.
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    Brooke A. a year ago
    Just bland ramen with extra steps
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    Eva Oliver a year ago
    Delicious everyone loved it! Even my picky eaters!
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    Ashley Ferguson a year ago
    Fantastic. I literally got a pat on the back and a "dinner was delicious, mom" The chili oil, which I've never had, set it off. 😋
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    Besler a year ago
    Always turns out delicious
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    Clarissa Brucato a year ago
    Amazing!! I have made this numerous times and every time it turns out amazing. I use chili sauce at the end to add some spice and it just adds to the already delicious flavors
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    Jessica a year ago
    Great dish. I made a few adjustments based on the reviews. I seasoned the chicken with a little time I might leave that out because it made my lips burn. I used bok choy and added mushrooms. I used the soy ramen packets and added all three soup packets to the soup instead of soy sauce. Finally, as the coup de gras, I added almost a tablespoon of Chinese 5 Spice seasoning, which I think really made it. My very picky son informed me it was the best thing I’ve ever made.
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    Melinda Ferguson a year ago
    Made this for dinner tonight I seasoned the chicken with salt, pepper and paprika and it was delicious! My husband already asked me to make it again ☺️
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    Danny Rosa 2 years ago
    Excellent! Simple and Delicious!
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    Missy 2 years ago
    Great! Next time I will add mushrooms!
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    Brenda 2 years ago
    I doubled the recipe for my family. It took an hour and a half to make the first time but it was sooo good! It says the noodles get mushy but I ate the soup for lunch two days later and they were still fine. My family liked it too!
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    Busayo Akinade 2 years ago
    Amazing!! would definitely make it again
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    Cheyenne 2 years ago
    It was good and filling.
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    Nasser S. 2 years ago
    Great, man that chicken in instant pot turned out great, this is better then any noodle place you can find, for the reason being you can really tast home made flavors. Will make again definty.
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    LaVerne Porter 2 years ago
    I would make this again. However, I would use less chili oil.
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    Irene Deu Espinar 2 years ago
    Made it this afternoon for lunch and I loved it!! After reading some of the comments I used some sesame oil for cooking the chicken and also added some maggi seasoning to the dish. I will definitely try to make it again!! Thank you.
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    Taylor Collins 2 years ago
    Delicious! I added cayenne pepper because I really like the heat but it was great on its own. First time trying bok choy and it was actually pretty tasty.
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    Emma Wood 2 years ago
    My boyfriend said it's his favourite meal I've ever cooked! Definitely a favourite in our house. So yummy!
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    Madiboo 2 years ago
    Amazing! Added some toasted sesame oil and mushrooms... 10/10 would make again!
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    Knight 2 years ago
    This is good stuff, with minor tweaking. If you can put something in to add extra depth and complexity to the broth, like dashi or maggi seasoning, you can take this pleasantly middling base up to the next level. This recipe is your starting point, not the end goal. Also, though the directions specify this is not a leftovers meal, you can easily make it one. Simply do as the people who invented it do, cook the noodles separate, strain, put in your bowl, and then spoon the broth and goodies over top.
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    Kacie Kraft 2 years ago
    So, so good! After reading some reviews I used 8 cups broth instead of 4, next time I’ll do 6. I used 3 stalks of bok choy (stems and leaves), and 5-6 mushrooms. I also made fancy, marinated soft boiled ramen eggs and those were a huge hit!
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    Samantha Z. 2 years ago
    loved it, very delicious easy to make
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    Kate Moore 2 years ago
    Very good added more broth as well and some extra flavour with ginger. The whole family enjoyed it.
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    Lisa Gordon 2 years ago
    My family liked it a lot! Added more chicken broth to cover ramen. Eggs came out perfect!
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    Freund 2 years ago
    Did not blow the boyfriend away but I was really happy with it. I used a little less broth and extra chicken which was a mistake because there was no broth by the end of it. Will definitely try the low sodium soy sauce next time too. I found an instant pot recipe with marinade for the egg- that was a highlight to the dish for sure! Overall would make again
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    Nicole Gonzalez 2 years ago
    My family loved it!!!! I just added more chili oil to make it spicier