Thursday, 17 December 2009

Chicken Ramen


If you look to my blog there is far more baking goodies there then hot dishes.

Not that I don't cook at home just than mostly when I make something for lunch I never take pictures as I like to serve my food hot and if I wait to take picttures I will have 2 hungey stomachs at the table asking where is their lunch :-)

And I also like to eat my food warm than cold. So mostly I tend not to take pictures.
I have blogged about some dishes and if you look to the picture you will see steam on them :-) or mostly they are blurred as I am in such a hurry.

Few months back I bought The Wagamama cookbook and I am in love with it. There is so much super delicous recipes in this book.
And most of the recipes are the same as the dish they serve in their place in London, Amsterdam, Belgium etc I have made a couple of dishes and all of them were really delicous and most important they are healthy and delicous.

Combine noodles, hot stock, fresh vegetables and lightly grilled chicken and you have a complete meal in a bowl. The writter of this book says fast food really doesn't get better than this and I have to totally agree with him.

For 2 person
2 bonless skinless chicken breasts
vegetable oil for frying
salt and peper
250 gm ramen noodles
1 litrer chicken stock ( chinese one, when i make the broth i just add grated fesh giner and chillies )
2 pak choi, trimmed and roughly choppes or 2 handfull of baby spinach. ( i used iceberg salade)
Hand full of bean sprouts
4 spring onions, trimmed and finley cliced

Cook the noodles in a large pan of boiling water for 2-3 minutes untill just ender. Drain, refresh under cold water and dicide between 2 bowls.

Preheat the grill or gridle pan. Lightly oil and season the chicken breast and grill for 5 minutes, slice on the diagonall and set aside.

Heat the chicken stock untill boiling.
Put the pak choi/baby spinach ( with me the iceberg salade) , bean sprouts and chicken into the bowl were the noodles is and laddle the hot stock. Garnish with the sliced spring onions.
Enjoy.

Sending this to Presto Pasta Nights which is hosted at Cinamon Spice & Everything nice

36 comments:

Vrinda said...

Never heard of this name b4..sounds easy and yummm

MaryMoh said...

I would love this now...inviting and warming in this cold weather. Noodles in soup in always one of my greatest favourites.

Anonymous said...

This looks really good, I am sure going to love it

Bong Mom

indosungod said...

It is so very cold here and this soup is just what I want. The chicken breast looks very appetizing.

Cham said...

I always reserve my portion for click show!
The clear chick soup is what we need right now, grilling the chicken is perfect!

Priya said...

Feel like finishing that whole bowl, its really cold here and prefect for dinner..

Mona said...

Hmm, yummy!

Ivy said...

I never heard of this dish before but love all the ingredients in it.

Gloria said...

I love this Happy Cook and I love your plates!!! yummy! gloria

Elra said...

ha ... ha... ha... me too, I made ramen for my dinner yesterday. But mine wasn't look nearly as good as yours.

Cilantro said...

Looks very inviting, so is the chicken seasoned with just salt and pepper? I love the first click.

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

I just love Ramen noodles! You made them so incredibly delicious by adding all these great ingredients! Thanks for sending it to Presto Pasta Nights!

Divya Vikram said...

Love chicken noodle soup. Looks comforting!

5 Star Foodie said...

Such a delicious and comforting dish, excellent recipe for the season!

sayantani said...

yesterday only i was watching a food show where they were featuring Japanese food and they covered different types of ramen. your bowl looks exactly like that...so authentic.

Ms. Trisa said...

Wow, what a dish for this cold weather. I just love the way it looks. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing yaar. I will surely ask my mom to prepare this for me.

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Happy cook said...

Cilanto yeah it is just salt and peper on the chicken.

Sushma Mallya said...

i have heard abt this but never tasted it,really nice to have it hot and looks too delicious and tempting..

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow...looks extremely yummy....

notyet100 said...

i am hungry,..\;-)

sra said...

I always want my dishes to look like this, light and appealing.

chakhlere said...

what a great meal...chicken, veggies...yummy. Perfect for cold weather.

Angie's Recipes said...

Ramen! A very popular Asian noodle dish! I love it!

pigpigscorner said...

A nice hot big bowl of noodle soup is always welcome! Looks so comforting!

meeso said...

That looks so good! I also hate waiting to take pictures and the time it takes... I just wanna sit down and eat the food :)

Joanne said...

I find the ramen craze SUPER funny since I spent my childhood eating ramen noodles out of a bag. This looks way better than those little orange packets though. Delicious.

lettyrburrage said...

安...辛苦了!祝福你在各個方面都愈來愈好!..................................................

Cakelaw said...

This looks delicious Happy Cook!

Malar Gandhi said...

Just like you...skipped to take pictures several times for the same reason, want my food warm...

this looks nice and perfect for the weather.

PJ said...

Chicken ramen looks delicious and perfect for the wintry weather! I think this is my first time stumbling across your blog, but I am glad I did :) You have a wonderful space with some great recipe and equally beautiful clicks!

♥♥♥Ria♥♥♥ said...

Would love to have a bowl of this!I love soup with noodles in it :) Sluurrp!

Bombay-Bruxelles said...

I must try this - and the restaurant!

Linda said...

I love ramen noodles any day and your soup looks delicious! :)

Chef Jeena said...

Wonderful chicken ramen I love the chicken it looks so so tasty on those pics mmmmmmm.

Merry Christmas and a Great New Year to you. :-)

MR said...

wow this one is interesting