Mushroom Ramen

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Stop the presses!

My child eats noodles now.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

He eats baked spaghetti with meat sauce and ramen noodles now so that means I have two options added to my weeknight meal lineup. Color me EXCITED.

He’s still quite particular about the noodle I use and not just any broth will do. The thing is, the flavor packet you get in his favorite ramen is filled with an ungodly amount of salt and there are chemicals in there I can’t pronounce. When I partnered up with Imagine Soups last year, I learned that they make their own organic ramen broth! It’s been a great alternative to the MSG filled flavor packets and he enjoys it, so we are all good.

We’re still working on adding toppings to his bowls of ramen, but for now, we celebrate his affinity for noodles.

Us adults are fans of toppings as you can see:

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

With this Mushroom Ramen, my goal was to create something hearty and healthy. Ramen is a great way to use up leftover vegetables in the fridge.  I sauteed mushrooms in garlic and added them to my ramen with handfuls of spinach, some broccoli, and an egg. To make it spicy, I add some sriracha and because I believe a good ramen has to have an acid component, I added kimchi. It gives it nice heat as well.  I love how something simple can be elevated with a few ingredients!

Let’s gather our ingredients:

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Our base here is Imagine’s Organic Ramen Broth.

Just add vegetables/protein & noodles, like it says.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Chopping party.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

We are going to saute the mushrooms with some garlic & oil.

I had a few green onions left on my knife. Oh well.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

When you have the ramen boiling, add in the broccoli and ramen.

Bok choy would be nice too! I totally bought some and left it at the grocery store for this recipe. Don’t be like me. Keep an eye on your bok choy.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

After about a minute drop the eggs in. One at a time. GO SLOW.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Spinach on top. Followed by the lid.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

BOOOYA.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

All the toppings!

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

I know you wanna poke that ramen poached egg.

Dinner is just a few minutes away with this Mushroom Ramen recipe made with Imagine Broths & Soups. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

A very hearty/healthy dinner in no time!

This post was produced in partnership with Imagine®. As always, all opinions are my own.

Mushroom Ramen

recipe serves 2-3

  • 6 oz. sliced mushrooms (about 1 cup)
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 32 oz. container Imagine’s Ramen Broth
  • 2 packages of ramen (without the flavor packets)
  • 1 small head broccoli, cut into florets
  • 2 handfuls fresh spinach
  • 2 eggs
  • kimchi, for topping
  • sriracha, for topping
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced for topping
  • toasted sesame seeds, for topping

In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, saute mushrooms and garlic with a splash of olive oil, about 4-5 minutes until mushrooms are softened. Remove from heat and set aside.

Heat ramen broth in a large saucepot over medium-high heat. Add ramen noodles and broccoli and good for 1 minute. Slowly crack each egg on top and nestle them into the noodles. Add spinach and place lid on the saucepot. Cook for another 3 minutes, or until noodles are cooked and eggs have set. Serve immediately with a drizzle of sriracha, kimchi, green onions, and toasted sesame seeds.

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  • Meghan

    This looks so good! I’ve been making your soup recipes a ton this year (last week I made the curry, lentil, and butternut squash– loved it) because they are awesome for a couple dinners for a single lady. Apart from making an egg separately, how well do you think this would keep? Could I eat it over three days? Thanks for your advice!

  • Rachel

    Oh man this looks so good. I’ve never just dropped eggs into my ramen to poach before–I might have to try that, it seems much easier!

  • Annie

    RAMEN BROTH?! Genius! Thanks for the great tip! Simple ramen is elevated to another level of greatness with the addition of an egg!

  • Preeti

    I didn’t even know you get Ramen broth!! 😮 Love this recipe! Also, which kimchi do you use? I love it, but I’m iffy on buying one in store.

  • Kit

    Oh man! My mouth is watering. Such a beautiful dish! Where do you purchase the Imagine’s Ramen Broth? It is very expensive on Amazon.
    I did look it up and it still has a lot of sodium in it.

  • Elyse

    I have a variation of this dish for lunch so often and it never gets tired! I use a store bought pho broth as my base and add a teaspoon of chilli sauce to give it a kick! Love the idea of adding kimchi though! Will be trying that one next.

  • Susete

    This looks AMAZING! Is there any way to substitute the ramen broth with a vegetarian friendly broth?

  • Dawn

    I found this ramen broth at a grocery store in my city and I made this for dinner tonight! It was great. Thank you for the recipe and for those beautiful pictures.

  • Cali

    I made this tonight and it is so tasty! I sautéed the mushrooms and then put the broth in the same pot so all the browned goodness went into the soup. My husband said we didn’t need to do take out for ramen anymore!

  • Bille

    Hi Tracy! I’ve got all the ingredients and I’ve been to three different stores Safeway, Molly Stones, and Whole Foods in SF, and I cannot find the ramen broth if you picked the broth up in the city or in the North Bay, help a sister out and tell me where!

  • Bille

    And thanks for the yummy dinner ideas!

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