If there’s one dish that’s perfect on a lazy day, it has to be ramen. But it usually needs lots of attention and a lot of time to make. Therefore we’ve created our own version of the classic ramen bowl: the lazy ramen. It takes about 20 minutes to make, but is simply an explosion of flavour!
Find the video of this recipe right here!
🌱 Vegan tip: If you want to make a vegan version of this recipe, simply leave out the eggs or replace them with tofu. Also, choose a vegetable stock cube.
Ingredients (2 pers.)
For the broth:
– 1200ml water
– 1 to 1,5 stock cube (chicken or vegetable)
– 3 tbsp concentrated peanut paste
– 3 tbsp ketjap manis
For the filling:
– 150gr uncooked ramen noodles
– 200gr mushrooms
– 1tsp chopped garlic (fresh or jar)
– handful of bean sprouts
– 4 eggs
For the garnish:
– fried onions
– spring onions
– sesame seeds
– Furikake seasoning
Start by chopping the mushrooms and spring onion into small pieces. Put some oil in a pan, add the garlic and the mushrooms. Cook the mushrooms until they are golden brown and have lost most of their moisture. This takes about 15 minutes.
For the broth, bring 1200ml of water to a boil. Add the stock cube, the peanut paste and the ketjap manis and mix thoroughly. Add the noodles to the broth and cook until ready. This will make the noodles very flavorful.
Bring some water to a boil for the eggs. For soft-boiled eggs, put the eggs into the boiling water and boil for 5,5 – 6 minutes. For hard-boiled eggs, leave them in for 7-8 minutes. When they are done, put them in cold water to stop them from cooking further.
When the noodles and the eggs are ready, you can plate up. Start by adding the noodles into a bowl. Gently add the bean sprouts and eggs, and add the broth. Garnish the bowl with fried onions, freshly chopped spring onions, sesame seeds and Furikake seasoning. Enjoy!