Easy Peasy Ramen

March 10, 2017
Great for cold days or when you're feeling under the weather.
Corn Free
Dairy Free
Gluten Free
Soy Free
Sugar Free
Sorry this is another one of those recipes that I don't have specific measurements for, but I think you'll see why that works! You'll notice I make the noodles separately, usually because then I can probably gauge the real broth to noodle ratio, it's hard to tell sometimes until after the noodles have expanded. Also, the noodles keep pretty well so I can store any I don't use in the soup and use it in a lunch or dinner within the next couple days.


  • Pad Thai noodles, like these or these 
  • Chicken or vegetable broth
  • Sea salt/pepper to taste (optional)
  • Any additions you’d like: hard boiled eggs, green onion, tofu, etc. (optional)


  • Make the noodles according to the box’s instructions, these noodles really expand so if you’re only making for one person 1/4 box would probably be too much
  • While noodles are cooking heat up broth on stove top in a sauce pan over medium heat, the amount of broth depends on you, if you’re making for just one do you want 2 or 3 cups of broth? Or more?
  • Once the noodles have been strained and your broth is hot add as many noodles as you like to your broth
  • Then add any additions I personally love the hard boiled egg and green onion combo but make it your own!

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