Chicken Coconut Curry Ramen

This Thai-inspired ramen recipe is a combination of tender chicken, vibrant red peppers, and the creaminess of coconut milk, all infused with the boldness of curry paste. The addition of bok choy adds a fresh and healthy element to this already mouthwatering dish.

Chicken Coconut Curry Ramen

Start by sautéing the chicken breast pieces over medium heat until they turn golden brown on both sides. Once done, set them aside, allowing the flavors to develop further. In the same pan, sauté the red peppers for about a minute.

Next, pour in the water and add the MMG seasoning oil and MMG soup base. Let the mixture come to a gentle simmer, allowing the flavors to meld together. Now, it's time to introduce the star ingredients. Stir in the coconut milk and curry paste.

Return the cooked chicken to the pan, along with the Mike's Mighty Good ramen noodles. Our steamed noodles are specially crafted to provide the perfect texture and taste to your ramen bowl.

As the noodles cook, add the bok choy to the simmering broth. Allow the noodles to cook for about two minutes or until they reach your desired consistency. Remember to taste the broth and adjust the seasoning if necessary. 

MMG Chicken Ramen Cup
With Mike's Mighty Good Chicken Coconut Curry Ramen, you have the power to unleash your creativity. Garnish with fresh herbs, add a squeeze of lime for a citrusy twist, or customize with your favorite toppings to make it your own unique creation.

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Mike’s Mighty Good noodles are steamed, not fried. By starting with the best noodles, you’ll get a perfect bowl of ramen.

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