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Quick Ramen Bowl

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20Minutes
120Calories
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Ingredients

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4 SERVINGS
  • 1 package ramen noodles ($0.25)
  • 1 cup fresh spinach ($0.17)
  • 3 button mushrooms (medium, $0.26)
  • 2 whole green onions ($0.16)
  • 1 large egg (optional $0.12)
  • 1 teaspoon chili garlic paste (optional $0.05)
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    120Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories120Calories from Fat45
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat4.5g7%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol55mg18%
    Sodium460mg19%
    Potassium160mg5%
    Protein4g8%
    Calories from Fat45
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate15g5%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Sugars<1g2%
    Vitamin A20%
    Vitamin C8%
    Calcium4%
    Iron8%

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

    Reviews(23)

    K 2 years ago
    It's the perfect lazy dinner. I throw a little extra chili garlic sauce in it for added spice, but it's good either way.
    Kyle Rigsby 3 years ago
    It was pretty good. I accidentally over cooked the noodles though
    GiftedSousChef 3 years ago
    Amazingggggg So yummy
    Cameron 3 years ago
    Super easy and filling, and tasted amazing. I was making two servings, so I boiled water and put the spices and veggies in the bowls, poured in the boiling water and added the egg to each bowl, then waited about a minute to add the noodles. This gave the egg time to poach perfectly without making the noodles too soggy. I used green onions, spinach, mushrooms, garlic, crushed red pepper flakes, the ramen seasoning packet, and put some spicy soy sauce on top. Sooo good!
    Zach 3 years ago
    It was great. I would definitely make it again!
    Sherry Beard 3 years ago
    Very good! I used baby portabellos and rice noodles and added fresh ginger! Thank you for this recipe☺
    Dániel K. 3 years ago
    Some more spices or fuller taste would come handy in my opinion. Used rice noodles instead of ramen.
    April 3 years ago
    Quick and easy though I would only cook the noodles for a couple of minutes initially since you cook the egg for so long.
    NARHHJ . 3 years ago
    I love it, and I will surely do it again :)
    Nick Smith 3 years ago
    Delicious! I substituted the Ramen with egg noodles and had to multiply for 3 more servings, but it was really good.
    Maddy Van Orman 3 years ago
    I loved this super easy ramen! Added some soy sauce and red pepper flakes! Yum! Don’t take too long cooking the egg though; the noodles will go soft.
    Cindy 4 years ago
    Awesome recipe ! Great soup for these cool winter nights ! I've made it twice this week.
    Andrew Sokolowski 4 years ago
    Awesome taste and simple to make!
    DaNae 4 years ago
    Easy and quick! Tastes great!
    Tigers12 4 years ago
    Just made it. Fantastic! Didn't add the spinach. But it is super quick and elevates the ramen so much!!
    Andrea Roos 4 years ago
    I used chard instead of spinach. I had problems dishing the egg out of the pot into the bowl without breaking it. didn't work well
    Tommy Sandford 4 years ago
    turned out great. super quick weeknight meal. i had vidalia onions so i used them instead of the green onions.
    Lori 4 years ago
    Excellent,tasty,quick and fufilling meal..I used chicken broth to cook the ramen noodles and added some,asparagus tips in addition to spinach,scallions and mushrooms..Topped it off with the poached egg,some toasted sesame seeds and a side of Go chu jang sauce.
    Brenda Lee L. 5 years ago
    My husband an I spent a month in South East Asia where he ate soup every morning. I made this for breakfast today. Great idea. I added an extra cup of water to dilute the seasoning packet, doubled the sliced mushrooms, 4 green onions, didn't have any spinach. Used 1 tsp. Chili paste but also added tsp. fish sauce, tamari , black vinegar and 1 scrambled egg swirled in. Topped with fresh torn basil. Next time I'll add a bit of leftover cooked chicken. Thanks for this.
    Shad M. 5 years ago
    This was a very simple,quick and easy recipe. I did swap out Louisiana Hot Sauce for the chili paste. Very tasty and it will be a regular at my place.
    Bill H. 5 years ago
    I have been doing this for years. Sometimes I add a handful of small precooked salad shrimp or some canned chunk breast of chicken meat for a more satisfying meal. For you Vegans get a package of frozen Asian stir fry vegetables and add 1/2 cup. Enjoy!!
    Analisa Bishop 5 years ago
    I did this recipe but since I dont like all the salt, calories and carbs in instant noodles I switched them out with "Pasta Zero " which is a Shirataki Spaghetti that is A traditional Japanese noodle made from the Konjac plant root. Shirataki noodles have little flavor and are a bit chewier than regular pasta but it absorbs the delicious flavors you cook with. They can be used just like regular pasta but will save you a boat load in calories and carbs! I could only find them at Wal-Mart and Amazon. Sometimes I want to add some protein so I toss in some shrimp or seafood mix to add variety. Overall great rescipe that is very versatile.
    A G 5 years ago
    The chili paste is what does the trick! Packaged Ramen flavor packs are definitely flavorful, but the addition of green onions and the pop of heat in the back of your throat from the chili paste take this from your average bowl to something special. The egg adds protein that makes this a filling meal in a way that Ramen has not been for me in the past. I'm definitely inspired to try my own blend of vegetables in this bowl the next time I make it.

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