Soy Sauce Bibim Ramen

Few dishes can rival the rich flavors and deep cultural roots of Korean and Japanese cuisines. bibimbap, a vibrant and hearty Korean mixed rice dish, and ramen, the quintessential Japanese noodle soup, are two beloved staples that have won hearts worldwide. But what if these two iconic dishes came together? Enter bibim ramen—a fusion that’s sure to warm your soul.

Soy Sauce Bibim Ramen

Bibimbap, meaning "mixed rice," is a colorful and satisfying dish that combines rice with seasoned vegetables, a bit of meat, a fried egg, and a generous spoonful of gochujang (Korean chili paste). It’s all about the balance of flavors and textures, each bite offering something new.

Ramen, on the other hand, is Japan's beloved comfort food. With its savory broth, steamed noodles, and a variety of toppings like tender slices of pork and soft-boiled eggs, safe to say, ramen is a bowl of pure joy.

Soy Sauce Bibim Ramen

Bringing these two cuisines together might sound ambitious, but the result is nothing short of amazing. This Soy Sauce bibim ramen recipe blends the savory, spicy, and slightly sweet flavors of bibimbap with the comforting noodles of ramen.

Our favorite way to kick up the heat on vegetarian and vegan ramen is by adding some kimchi. Our not-too-spicy Kimchi instant Craft Ramen™ is fantastic for plant-lovers and meat-eaters alike and is ready in just minutes. It's vegan and is packed with just the right amount of spice. 

Kimchi instant Craft Ramen

Let's get cooking! Start by preparing the noodles from a package of Mike's Mighty Good Kimchi Ramen according to the instructions. However, keep aside 2 tablespoons of the soup base for the sauce. Once the noodles are cooked, drain them and set them aside.

Soy Sauce Bibim Ramen

In a large bowl, mix together the reserved soup base, 1 tablespoon of toasted sesame seeds, 1 tablespoon of gochugaru (Korean chili powder), 1 tablespoon of dark soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of mirin (sweet rice wine), 1 grated garlic clove, and 1 tablespoon of sugar. This mixture will create a deliciously spicy and savory sauce. Toss the cooked noodles in this sauce until they are well coated. Transfer the noodles to serving bowls and top with an extra sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds for a crunchy finish. Serve immediately and enjoy your dish hot.

Soy Sauce bibim ramen is a true adventure in a bowl. The spicy, tangy, and slightly sweet sauce clings to the noodles. Each bite offers a delightful mix of textures, from the chewy noodles to the crunchy sesame seeds.

Soy Sauce Bibim Ramen

This dish is also a playground for customization. Feel free to top your noodles with a fried egg, as you would with traditional bibimbap, or add sautéed vegetables like spinach, mushrooms, or zucchini. For extra protein, throw in some grilled chicken, beef, or tofu. The possibilities are endless, making it easy to tailor the dish to your tastes.

Whether you need a quick weeknight dinner, a comforting lunch, or a dish to impress friends at a dinner party, Soy Sauce bibim ramen is a winner. It's simple to prepare yet sophisticated enough to make you feel like a masterchef! Plus, it's a fantastic way to explore the rich flavors of Korean and Japanese cuisines in one satisfying bowl.

Ultimately, Soy Sauce bibim ramen takes the best elements of bibimbap and ramen, blending them into a dish that's greater than the sum of its parts. So, the next time you're craving something comforting, flavorful, and a bit adventurous, give this recipe a try. You're bound to fall in love with this delicious fusion of two beloved dishes.


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