Oyakodon Ramen

Oyakodon is a Japanese rice bowl containing chicken, egg, and scallion simmered in a soup with soy sauce and stock. This comfort food is usually served over rice, but of course we're serving it over noodles instead. 

Funnily enough, oyakodon means "parent and child" rice bowl because it's made from chicken and egg (get it, parent and child?). Clever, but a little macabre.

Let's get into this one-pan comfort food recipe. 

Oyakodon Ramen

Find a medium-sized frying pan, prep your ingredients, and let's get ready for a big bowl of comfort food.

Start by boiling a package of Mike's Mighty Good chicken ramen in the pan. Once cooked to your desired texture, remove and set aside. Add MMG chicken seasoning packet, soy sauce, mirin, sugar, green onions, and sliced chicken breast to the pan. Cook until the chicken is cooked through. 

To finish it off, beat an egg and drizzle it over the top of the chicken mixture and cover with a lid. Steam until the egg is fully cooked. Serve this over the noodles and top with green onions and furikake.

Want some healthy ramen tips? We got you, starting with organic ramen noodles that are steamed, not fried! 

 Mike's Mighty Good chicken ramen

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