5 Homemade Ramen Bowls Under 500 Calories


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Add the mushrooms, lower to a simmer and let cook for 5 minutes or until mushrooms are softened. Then, add the daikon noodles and kale and let cook for 5-7 more minutes or until noodles are softened and kale wilts. Divide the soup into two bowls.

Garnish with green scallions, sesame seeds and hot sauce. Top with half of the egg per bowl. Don’t be put off by this recipe’s daunting ingredient list—it’s a lot of work, but you’ll be rewarded with a bowl of ramen so rich and satisfying that you’d never. Serving size: ¼ of recipe Calories: 339 Fat: 5.8 g Saturated fat: 1.6 g Carbohydrates: 38 g Sugar: 2.2 g Sodium: 249.7 mg Fiber: 3.3 g Protein: 31.3 g Cholesterol: 145.7 mg 3.5.3251 Inspired by Clean Eating Magazine – “ Clean Ramen Bowls “.

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Place 1 tablespoon of the soy sauce in each of 4 ramen bowls.

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• Assemble the ramen bowls: Place 1 cup of noodles in each of six bowls, then add 1 cup of hot broth to each bowl.

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Toss together the chicken, cabbage, red onion, mango, jicama, cucumber, carrots, peanuts, cilantro, scallions, sesame seeds, crushed ramen noodles, and the remaining ½ teaspoon each salt and black pepper in a large bowl.

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Savory broth with real ramen noodles, gently steamed, not fried, so there’s only 1 gram of fat.

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Next, boil some hot water in a large saucepan and get your ramen started (same as with any pasta).

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Top each bowl with 1 cup of the broth.

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Use them instead of a wheat noodle if you’re following a low-carb, low-cal, or gluten

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  • Hi Guy’s! I’ve been following this channel for more than a year. Now I have decided to make my own channel. Let’s support each other. Have a great day.

  • sadlly what this guy is making JAPANESE style RAMEN. Yet, dish is a dish. So I hope white people will be surtisfied with this ramen though lol

  • Talks about the value in dollars, customers talk in pounds… £7 one says (value $8 to $12), wrong he says… google the exchange rate in 2015 you nipple. SHe said $9. Correct.

  • I was looking for inspiration what to eat, and found this video, immediately make it, and it taste superb! Thanks for the recipe

  • 1cup Saki,1cup soy & 1/3 cup Miriam in a massive bowl for ONE single EGG��! That stuff ain’t cheep. Use a large mug instead to have it marinating along wv some fresh ingredients.

  • the thing i love the most about how he makes videos is how dedicated he is, like it wasnt enought to fill the kitchen he filled the dining table and bathroom too, i wonder how much it takes him to cook that ramen and to clean it up afterwards

  • DUDE UR MAKING TOO many MESS OF UR VIDEOS DAWG WHAT THE FACK IS WRONG WITH YOU CRAZY CHANEL!??!?!??!?!????!!?!!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!!

  • I apparently gave this video a thumbs down and I don’t recall ever watching this video or why I would do that.. until I went to the comment section.. yikes

  • There’s so much excess noodles here I feel like this is the kind of opulence Kings would put unto meaningless art. Like a pyramid or floor length dress of diamond and gold leaf

  • Ryan, I’m curious, what is the Japanese word that you give for aroma oil (seemed to start with “komi”)? Hilariously, the captions say “make a quick call me a Buddha, or a room oil”. Thanks for all that you do!

  • If this is what ramen actually means, I don t think it s for me. So, we ve got boiled egg, near some oniony stuff plus garlic? Kinda scary��. But I enjoyed the lady s talk, she s fun.

  • The final Bowl felt like the last 10 years were worth it.

    me: recalling Jiraya didn’t had his last Bowl of ramen before he died.
    Also me: Crying.

  • Hi:) I made this and I used Korean anchovy stock powder, because we did not have fish stock powder available. The taste and smell turned out fishy, not bad just really fishy. How fishy does your broth taste? I’m asking so for next time maybe I can add less of the anchovy powder for a more balanced flavor. Hope you reply. And thanks for the wonderful recipe:)

  • MasterChef restaurant take over: All hell breaks loose
    This guy with a bunch of ramen lovers and old staff: 400 bowls served with no yelling around!!

  • My 10 minutes ramen is taken from the freezer. I prepare some 10 freezer bag in which I put two slices of ham, and/or two slices of hot sausage, and/or some fish, some miso (homemade), some coconut milk, some herbs and spices, and some vegetables… triyng to make one different from another. Then put the knotted bag in the freezer and when I need it, just take it out, put some water and the content of the bag into a pot; while it simmers I have time to lay the table, take the ramen noodles (good quality ones) and chop some fresh vegetable to put ontop. 10-15 minutes to get something really near to a bowl of Ramen..

  • how can you crave something you never had before… i want to eat real ramen noodles so badly, all they sell here is that stupid instant noodles stuff

  • Where I can buy online shoyo, mirin, Hondashi, orca oil, Nori and MSG? It has to be international shipping, I don’t live in the US.

  • Why is there so much music in the beginning of the video?
    I think I saw this video months ago and it didn’t have it, but I have no idea what you’re saying in the beginning anymore.:/

  • Made this yesterday for my japanese boyfriend and he said it was really delicious!:) Thank you very much for your recipe! Also tried using Spaghetti instead of Ramen noodles, like you did in the other video and it worked really well! The noodles kinda tasted like Chanpon noodles, probably because of the thickness

  • It’s nice to see that you reply and heart most of the comments:D I really wanted to make Ramen but sadly I don’t have something like Fish stock powder or Chicken stock powder:/

  • Jenny you’re an absolutely gorgeous cook. I love you’re easy version recipe, however I would really like if you vloged a broth from scratch. I know it would be a longer video but maybe you could incorporate it with big seasonal dinner “holiday special”. Any time with you in front of the camera is a win win. Much love happy holidays.

  • WoW! So delicious ramen friend…..thank you for sharing your recipe friend…if you have time come visit my kitchen also…thank you

  • First time i cooked ramen ( i have eaten it before) and it was delicious. Thank you for the recipe. I’m glad that it doesn’t take a few eons to make the broth but it’s still delicious! Cool glasses btw!

  • Y’all complaining how it takes more time to find the ingredients, but it takes way more time to find the other ingredients for a regular ramen so give the guy a break for devising the recipe.

  • Like the taste of this delicious ramen? Share it with your loved ones!
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  • You are a great man, Shimamoto-san. It’s wonderful to see you preparing and cooking with tons of passions. You are the epitome of a great chef. Happy birthday!

  • 1st time view.. Everything ok with the vid.. B4 it start to b phsyco������.. A bit creepy at the end..
    1st.. View the whole video
    2nd.. Found something wierd
    3rd.. Replay the vid to make sure if is it really the basic way of making ramen..
    4th.. Scrolling comment.. Found ‘egg issues’.. What the issue.

    5th.. Replay again.. What actually the issue����

    I dono if ramen really need that much of noodles.. But enjoy to watch the video.. Creative and funny.. Great job bro.. All the best.. ������❤️❤️

  • Hi! What toppings did you add at the end? pork, boiled egg, nori and what’s the other thing? haha I’m not really used to cooking so I really don’t know… Thanks!

  • I love your cooking, and your personality. Sometimes I just watch your videos if I have a bad day. You always make me smile. You touch people’s lives in your own way. I just wanted to say thank you.

  • I really enjoyed making authentic ramen. I copied everything she did. I ate on this for 3 days. I thought I was back in Japan. I can’t wait to try another recipe. This is a keeper.

  • The amount of food snobbery on here is shocking! People shouldn’t have to stick to an exact way how to make things and what ingredients, just because of others! Food is fun and enjoyable! People should make things the way they wish! Make what you like. Cook the food that you want to enjoy! Everyone has different taste buds!

  • It’s super easy to make! Just go into your own tv kitchen where the eggs have already been hard boiled, the porks been cooked, the veggies shredded, and the noodles are just cooked and waiting! All you have to do is throw all the ingredients some intern pre prepped into a pot and it’s done!

  • It’s never really mentioned where the noodles came from… They look like nice homemade noodles, but you say cook them like it says on the package. I haven’t seen noodles that look that nice from a package lol

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  • During this video my mom came to ask me if I was actually watching a Ramen tutorial �� I said yeah come here and watch it at the end she died of laughter ����

  • Okaaay, now I need to find the right ingredients especially the bottled sauce in my country, as I’m from an Asia country. Anyway, the video is really simple enough for me to understand and follow. Thanks!

  • Shame on you you just wasted food of almost 30 people. ������������������������������������������������people die because of hunger

  • I work at an italian pizzeria in Italy and the numbers of bowls doesen’t even come close to the pizze i have to make in the week-end

  • your husband is really in hurry ha ha ha he can’t wait no more… did you notice that ha ha ha when you going to try first.. look at him aww ty for reciepe

  • When you do the slurping sound It remind me of my friend who look at me so bad while having the soup and he wont stop looking at me and then i break the silent and asked him why his looking at me like that and he told me I dont have manners in eating my SOUP because its loud. And its kind of consider RUDE here in America having sound while eating soup and since then every time i eat soup his the first person I think before i make a sound. I miss him.

  • At this point BLM is like Jan from the Brady Bunch when she freaks out and decides she wants to be an only child. Sorry BLM, but you’re stuck with all the other colors in the rainbow. You would totally miss us if we weren’t here anyway.

  • Happy birthday brother❤️
    I really love the way you think about your customers I really appreciate you brother❤️ lottsa love from buttom of my heart brother�� keep smiling stay safe bruh

  • Always better with a bone in the broth imo. Easy to save a pork bone from another meal for some ramen broth, adds a ton of flavor and super easy.

  • Does skipping the fish powder alter the flavor much? Also what does one drop of Mirin do? Doesn’t seem like much (I know nothing about Mirin).

  • Scrolling comments in the first 10 seconds
    Comments: “These ingredients is impossible to find!”
    watches video
    Me: “Oh, I have all of that, lmao:)”
    Guess I’m making ramen now, thanks! <3

  • I didn’t follow this exactly (i.e., didn’t make pork broth from scratch), but I based what I did on these instructions and it was AMAZING! My kids raved over it and we all stuffed ourselves! Lol. I used the Americsn dried ramen but threw out the seasoning packets; it’s crazy how just by preparing and serving the noodles this way, the outcome and flavor are so different (for the better)! ��������

  • Love the presentation. It looks delicious! I love Cajun. I was born in Louisiana and grew up there…moved away but still love my comfort food. I would love for you to cook anything in that category!

  • man, this missed SOOO many steps, honestly you kinda skipped quite a large portion (haha get it) and just said EASY 10 MINUTES! When it actually takes longer unless you wanna full half ass do it.

  • New York is awesome but its annoying how any place that is good has a long line and wait time, no bowl of ramen is worth a 4 hour wait.

  • So maybe it’s the foreign ingredients but as easy as this should be, I can’t see myself making this. Looks too difficult since I don’t have that stuff.

  • I just fry the green onions and ginger and garlic on a pan, and then I add hot water (hot, so it doens’t make a big reaction), then add the noodles, add a bit of soy sauce, add some grated ginger. Boil an egg on the side, put a bowl of water in the freezer. After everything is cooked, I put the noodles in a bowl, and put the egg on the bowl with cold water (helps to take off the shell) and remove the shell with the help of a little running water on sink. Cut the egg in half, put it on the bowl of ramen and put a bit of soy sauce on it.

  • Thank you so much Seonkyoung for sharing with us ur recipe!!! I made this and this is soooooooo good. I have made many types of noodle soup like Taiwanese beef noodle soup, Phở, Bún Riêu but this recipe by far is the best!!!

  • Three friggin hours for simmering the poor broth! ��Do you realize that those ingredients will lose all good properties and become as good as plastic?

  • At the end i was like wtf…looked at the name of the channel and became not surprised anymore and also wondered whered he go for so long

  • i really wonder the amount of money he spends on grocery.

    and how people think of him when they see a man buying out their entire stock of everything

  • I’m going to try to make this. Can you identify what kind of soy sauce your using? I use different ones depending on what is cooked. This one looks dark and rich unlike the korean one made for soup

  • This is how many times she said authentic even tho it isn’t actually

    Also in Japan Nobody gives a damn about decoration, We only care abt the Hotness of the bowl
    Bc by the time you finish decorating The ramen is Cold:/ I’d never eat that

  • When she was moving her mouth but there were no sound I thought I needed to go to the doctor to fix my ears but my friend told me it’s just the vid

  • As a new viewer I found 0.42 very confusing. Shoju? Is that Soja sauce? Koja salt? What? Msg? A drop of “medium”? The bottle says flavor seasoning…but which type?

  • The thumbnail is a perfect example of something that looks good and would taste horrible! Jesus I watched this recipe thinking I would make that later to only know that it was made of 1 boiled egg raw vegetables and soy sauce and chicken stock.

  • Made this except I left out the MSG and subbed out dashi powder for an equivalent amount in fish sauce. I skipped the aromatic oil and yet it was still delicious! Thank you so much for this recipe. Can’t begin to imagine how much better it’d be with all the right ingredients!

  • Does the flavor oil keep well in a fridge? It would be super convenient to make if it did because almost everything is shelf stable