Ramen: Korean-style Recipe

Not only the Japanese, but koreans also make succulent ramen.
Here is a very simple home-made recipe in Korean style:

Korean-style ramen!

INGREDIENTS: For 1 person?

-Instant Korean ramen with their soup powder: 1 pack (size is up to you! readily available in all Asian markets)
-Water: 500 ml
-Squid: 50 g
-Shrimps: 50 g
-Mushrooms: 30 g
-Fresh beasprouts: 50 g
-Thick short leek: 2
-Salad oil: 1 tablespoon
-Grated garlic: 1 teaspoon
-Oyster sauce: 1 teaspoon
-Salt: a little
-Pepper: a little


-Cut the squid in 1 cm/5cm pieces. Take shell off shrimps.
In a frypan pour the oil with grated garlic and switch on fire/heat.

-As soon as the garlic aroma comes out add shrimps and squid and fry until shrimp have changed colour. Add mushrooms, beansprouts, oyster sauce, salt and pepper and stir-fry for a short moment.

-In a large pot bring water to boil. Drop ramen, instant Korean powdered soup and other seasoning if included.

-As soon as you are satisfied with the consistency of the ramen add fried squid and shrimps and leeks cut in proper size.

-You prefer to serve in the following way:
First the ramen with their soup.
Second topped with fried squid, shrimps and mushrooms.
Last decorated with cut leeks.

Simple and easy to improve on!

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4 thoughts on “Ramen: Korean-style Recipe”

  1. Dear Robert,
    You really know what I like LOL! I love anything Japanese and Koreanish….I just had Ramen Cold Dish..will post up soon 🙂
    Thanks for sharing yours. Slurp it down thru the Windows :p



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