Deviled Egg On Shoyu Ramen Nest

  • 4 servings
  • 30 mins
Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest with ramen toppings for Easter Sunday

While there are many ramen brands with recipes, you will rarely find recipes that are party/holiday themed like ours! Inspired by the deviled eggs served during Easter, we have decided to get creative and turn our fresh ramen noodles into a nest! After experimenting, we have learned that shoyu ramen tastes surprisingly well baked! Decorate the nest with ramen toppings like Chashu and kamaboko, and finish topping with a deviled egg! This recipe is recommended for parties, so impress your guests with this Easter (and other) themed recipe!

In this recipe

Signature Ramen Shoyu, 15.99 oz (453g), 3 servings

Signature Shoyu Ramen

4 servings

Cook Time
30 mins





  • 2 servings Signature Shoyu Ramen


  • 2 packets Signature Shoyu Ramen Soup Base
  • 1 cup Hot Water


  • 2 Boiled Eggs
  • 1 tbsp Sweet Relish
  • 1 tbsp Mayonnaise
  • Salt & Pepper by preference
  • Paprika by preference
  • 1 slice Chashu (Braised Pork)
  • 2 Mini Sausages
  • 6 slices Kamaboko (Fishcake)
  • Edamame (Soybean) by preference


  • Make boiled eggs and cut the eggs vertically. Separate the egg yolk in a small bowl and mix with sweet relish, mayonnaise, salt, and pepper. Fill the empty part of the eggs with the mixture. The deviled eggs are ready!
  • Cut the chashu, sausages, and kamaboko into small bite sized slices. Shell the edamame and set aside.
  • Boil plenty of water in a pot and follow the package instructions to cook the ramen noodles. Once the noodles are cooked, drain well.
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 3 - noodles in boiled water
  • Prepare the soup by mixing the soup base and hot water in a bowl.
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 4 - hot water and soup base
  • Add in the noodles and let it sit for about 3 minutes to soak in the flavor. Using a strainer, drain well.
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 5 - noodle soak in the flavor
  • Thinly apply butter inside the round egg tart mold, and coat with flour.
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 6 - butter inside the round egg tart mold
  • Place the ramen noodle from Step 2 and shape with the mold. Gently push down the noodles so that it is thin and shaped with enough space to decorate the center with toppings.
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 7 - boiled ramen noodle on the mold
  • In a 350°F (180°C) pre-heated oven, bake the noodles for approximately 30 minutes (The time depends on the type of oven).
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 8 - noodles in the oven
  • Remove the tart mold from the oven and let it cool. Remove the noodles from the tart mold, and the ramen nest is ready!
    Deviled egg on shoyu ramen nest Step 9 - baked noodle in the tart mold
  • Once the ramen nest is cooled down, decorate with deviled egg, chashu or sausage, kamaboko, and edamame. Enjoy!

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