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In My Kitchen: Home Made Ramen Noodle Soup

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This post was originally published on 8/6/2013

When Rebekah told me that her friend, Micaelina was coming to spend the night yesterday I was thrilled!

I was thrilled because not only is Micaelina a good friend for Rebekah and fun to have around, but she always manages to come up with something yummy and delicious to make us for dinner!

Yesterday was no exception.

I must say that Micaelina outdid herself this time with the most scrumptious homemade Ramen noodle soup ever!

Homemade ramen noodle soup

Noodle Dough
To make the dough measure out the following ingredients for each serving you want to prepare.
3/4 c flour
1 egg
3/4 tsp salt
1 TBS water
Knead dough until it’s a ball.
Rest dough for a 1/2 hour.
Roll out dough flat.
Roll dough up like a burrito and slice it thinly. This makes the noodles curly!
Place dough noodles into boiling water and boil for approximately 5 minutes.

Broth
Simmer 8 cups vegetable broth until it is hot then,
add as much chopped red pepper and mushrooms as you want.
Ladle as much broth over as many noodles as you want!
Garnish with: Thin sliced celery sticks, thin slices of red pepper, and a poached egg.

Micaelina made the noodle dough.

Micaelina made the noodle dough.

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Rebekah made the broth.

Rebekah’s lucious broth simmering on the stove.

Poaching the eggs.

Poaching the eggs.

The garnishes!

The garnishes!

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Malcolm completed the meal with a garden fresh salad!
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Thanks for dinner Micaelina, Rebekah, and Malcolm!
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6 Comments

  1. Molly Jo at Frankly, My Dear...

    This looks absolutely delicious, Sylvia. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I’m definitely Pinning this for others to discover!

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    1. Sylvia (Post author)

      It really was delicious, Molly Jo. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed! Thanks for the pin!

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  2. Elaine

    Looks really delicious!

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    1. Sylvia (Post author)

      It was!

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  3. Sara

    This recipe looks great! I will definetly be trying this but what exactly do you mean by fold the dough like a burrito?

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    1. Sylvia (Post author)

      I have to say that home made noodles are delicious! You fold the dough over like you’re wrapping a burrito. Here’s a good tutorial http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-REAL-Japanese-ramen-from-scratch/step6/Cut-the-dough/
      Thanks for stopping by, Sara!

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