If you love ramen as much as we do (and that's a lot), then you know that the only thing better than eating ramen is discovering new ramen dishes you can eat later. If you're a true ramen pro then you probably think you've tried them all, from soup, to stir-fry, to everything in-between. But here's the thing -- there are SO many more ridiculously delicious ramen dishes out there that you might have no idea exist. That's where we come in!
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This Thai-style dish isn't so difficult to make. It’s literally a “one-pot-meal.” Perfect for the weekends when you know you don’t feel like cooking an elaborate meal, but still want something delicious.
An essential ingredient in Japanese cooking, mirin is a sweet rice wine that makes a wonderful addition to marinades, sauces and glazes. Combined with soy sauce, onion and garlic, it adds fabulous flavor to this recipe for grilled strip steaks. Serve with our Scallion-Kale Ramen for a simple, complete dinner with a Japanese flair.
The broth was rich and fragrant without overpowering the veggies and all together it was a surprisingly lite meal that was still hearty. It came together in about 30 minutes with minimal clean up, which adds to the probability of this dish becoming a regular main event.