For us, a warm bowl of ramen noodles offers comfort and nostalgia, as well as an easy dinner - both of which we are eternally grateful for these days. Today, we’re celebrating one of our truest loves; instant ramen.
To be more specific: we love our very fresh noodles, made in-house. Every. Single. Day.
If you haven’t had our fresh ramen noodles, to you we say: you are missing out. If you have, welcome to the club. How fresh is fresh? Let us count the ways…
Our Very Fresh Noodles, Reviewed
We’re always talking about how much we love our very fresh, steamed, then dried- never fried ramen noodles. Like, always-right? But if you’re on the fence, you don’t have to take our word for it.
Here’s what a few of our avid fans had to say about their Mike’s Mighty Good noodles:
“This is the best ramen I have ever had! The noodles are delicious and the seasoned broth is absolutely to die for!” – Sarah Womack ★★★★★
“This has got to be the best ramen the world has ever tasted. My favorite is the Chicken Broth, roasted garlic. It is absolutely amazing. A must-have in my pantry.” – Gregory ★★★★★
“OMG IT IS SO GOOD I LOVE EVERY RAMEN SOUP” – Jacob the Ramen Lover ★★★★★
“Ramenlywonderful!!!!! Just right!!!!!! Yummy!!!!!!” – Teresa D. ★★★★★
How to Make the Very Best, Fresh Ramen Noodles
There are many different ways to make our very fresh, instant noodles from the comfort of your own home. Below, we’re covering how to make ramen on the stovetop, so if the microwave is more your speed, here’s how to make ramen in the microwave.
First, open your ramen and separate the oil and seasoning packets from the fresh, steam-dried noodles. Then, stick a pot of water on the stove to boil - about 2 cups per package. While you’re waiting for the water to boil, you can execute a checklist of much-needed relaxation techniques; release the shoulders, unclench the teeth, put on a soundtrack of ocean waves, thunderstorms, or Lizzo affirmations…you get the picture.
When the water is boiling, you’re ready to cook the noods.
Making Our Very Fresh Ramen Noodle Soup Cup
If you’re using a Mike’s Mighty Good ramen noodle soup cup, *carefully* pour the hot water up to the fill-line on the inside of the cup. Place a flat plate or a piece of aluminum foil on top of the cup to trap the steam, and let it sit for about 6 minutes.
Do you like your noodles a little more on the chewy/gummy side? Check on them before 6 minutes is up. If you like them on the soft/squishy side, leave them in for a couple extra minutes.
Making Our Very Fresh Ramen Noodle Pillow Pack
If you opted for the Mike’s Mighty Good ramen noodle pillow pack, gently plop the noodles into the boiling water. Wait about 3 minutes, then carefully check the noodles with a fork to test the done-ness. If they’re cooked to your liking, take them off the stove, and pour out any excess water.
Next, stir in the oil packet and seasoning pouch, and mix it all together thoroughly.
Now, you can stop here and go enjoy your very fresh noodles right away (well, after your noodles have stopped boiling, obviously) or you can throw in some ramen toppings to really tickle your tastebuds. We’re talking chashu pork, a “jammy” ramen egg (or two?) or even something totally unexpected like a handful of brussel sprouts. Hey - don’t knock it till you try it.
If we’ve piqued your interest, here is a handful of our favorite fresh ramen noodle recipes, with a tasty twist:
If you like coconut curry, you’re going to looooove this noodle bowl. It’s very fresh, very tasty and very easy to make. Our vegetarian vegetable ramen was practically designed to be used in this recipe, so try this one out next time you’re wracking your brain for a fun dinner for your Meatless Monday.
This salmon ramen takes out-of-the-box to a whole other level, and we are here 👏 for 👏 it 👏.
A little added sriracha brings the heat to this fresh, non-traditional noodle dish and the salmon takes this recipe from wow to *WOOWW*! Made with any Mike’s Mighty Good ramen and just a few minutes out of your day, this will definitely be the highlight of your week.
We’re here to tell you: oh yes we did. Taco Tuesday will never be the same.
Elote ramen is surprisingly easy to make and is the ultimate comfort food. This combination might sound weird at first, but don't knock it til you try it!
Our Mission here at Mike’s Mighty Good is to craft delicious, very fresh noodles for the new generation of food aficionados. That’s why we make our noodles a little differently.
Our fresh, steamed noodles are made in-house every day, and the ingredient lists on all of our flavors are easy to pronounce. No weird ingredients here, folks. Just fresh ramen noodles and rich, flavorful broth.
Looking for more recipes? Check them out here: