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 is recipe is recommended for parties, so impress your guests with this Easter (and other) themed recipe!
- 2 servings Signature Shoyu Ramen
- 2 packets SignatureShoyu Ramen Soup Base
- 1 cup Hot Water
- 2 BoiledEggs
- 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 yok 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. Prepare the soup by mixing the soup base and hot water in a bowl. Add in the noodles and let it sit for about 3 minutes to soak in the flavor. Using a strainer, drain well.
- Thinly apply butter inside the round egg tart mold, and coat with flour. 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.
- In a 350F (180C) pre-heated oven, bake the noodles for approximately 30 minutes (The time depends on the type of 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!
- Once the ramen nest is cooled down, decorate with deviled egg, chashu or sausage, kamaboko, and edamame. Enjoy!
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