Homemade ramen burger

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Homemade Ramen burger experience


I put a picture of a ramen burger on twitter asking my followers where I could find one in Brussels… And I’ve been challenged by one of them to make my own.

Challenge accepted, here is my baby recipe (And BTW, you now know me, I’m lactose intolerant which is why I made sure to do a lactose intolerant friendly ramen burger… YES it’s possible ^^)

homemade Ramen Burger


– 1 pack of ramen noodles
– 150 grams of minced beef meat
– 4 cherry tomatoes
– 1/4 avocado
– 3 green olives
– 1 handful of arugula
– 2 mushrooms
– 1 slice of lactose free gouda
– 4 “stem” of chives
– 10 cl of soya cream
– 1 shallot
– 1 onion



How to make a ramen burger at home

– Chop the onion and cook it in olive oil.
– As soon as it start to be “transparent”, add 550g of water, let it boil
– Add the ramen noodles and cook it for 4 to 5 minutes (check what is said on the packaging)
– Mix 2 eggs in a bowl and soak the ramen noodle in it
– Separate and put the noodles in 4 ramekins and leave it in the fridge for 15 to 20 minutes
– Cut the other vegetables into pieces
– Chop the shallot and cook it in olive oil
– Chop the chives, pour some soya cream on top of it and add the shallots

– Remove the noodles from the ramekin and fry it in oil
– Cook the beef meat the way you like it

And now… it’s the funny part, assemble!
– On one ramen bun put some sauce (Soya, chives & shallots), the meat, a few slices of tomatoes, avocado, olives, mushrooms, and add half a handful of arugula
– On the other ramen bun, put some sauce too and add half a slice of gouda
– Put both ramen buns together and ENJOY!!!


And to understand how I knew how to do it:


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