Imagine lying on the couch watching your favorite show with a warm bowl of shrimp ramen and your favorite beverage. How cool is that? Well, stop dreaming because I have got an exotic collection of shrimp ramen recipes for you.
These recipes will be a big-time savior if you want comfort food or a quick snack on a rainy day. The shrimp and ramen combo can always go right. You get protein with the deliciousness of noodles.
Also, just the fact that you can customize the taste as per your preference makes the whole meal perfect. Stop wasting your time and hop on to these lip-smacking ramen recipes.
A one-pot easy shrimp ramen soup recipe for you to savor on your lazy days. This recipe demands a lot of veggies combined with the goodness of shrimp and made in the form of soup.
If you’re feeling sick, then the warmth of this soup will help you aid the illness. Add your mushrooms and carrots to a pot, followed by garlic, ginger, sesame oil, and broth. Once the veggies are soft, add your noodles.
Bring it to a boil and top it with green onions. You can also make a spicy version of this soup by adding hot peppers or Tabasco sauce.
All college students and bachelors, this recipe is specially designed for you. As the name suggests, Bang Bang shrimp ramen truly mazes you with its flavors and method of cooking.
You just need a microwave, and everything will be done with that equipment. Season your shrimp and then marinate it for a while. Boil your needles in the microwave, add frozen veggies, and then toss the shrimp once everything is done.
The recipe is made in no time, and you can add extra seasoning like chili flakes, oregano, etc. Top it with fresh parsley and enjoy Bang Bang shrimp ramen.
Who doesn’t like a good Cajun seasoning shrimp recipe? For all the Cajun spice lovers out there, this ramen recipe has the perfect color palette to soothe your taste buds.
The shrimp shells, as well as the meat, are both used as a part of the recipe. Shrimp shells are predominantly used in the broth, while the meat is species with Cajun seasoning. An extra kick of garlic is added to the recipe, along with the goodness of mushrooms and corn.
You can also pair soft-boiled eggs for the extra protein content. Make sure you sprinkle sesame seeds on the top and relish this delicacy.
Another one-pot recipe to amp up your day and make the cooking process easier. This Asian punch recipe incorporates a lot of veggies mixed with a customized sauce and shrimp.
The highlight of the One Pot Ramen Noodle Stir Fry With Shrimp and Veggies recipe goes in the sauce. It’s made from fish sauce, oyster sauce, garlic powder, soy sauce, and the list goes on. Further, you need to stir-fry your shrimp and veggies.
Pour the sauce in the last and top it with delicious green onions. Since the sauce has a lot of ingredients, you can skip one or two, depending on the availability of resources.
One of the star shrimp ramen recipes is this spicy shrimp ramen with peanut butter recipe. You must be wondering if peanut butter might be the signature ingredient. Well, this recipe entails coconut milk, Thai red curry paste, and much more.
The combination of all the best ingredients out there makes one of the spiciest ramen recipes filled with spice, a Thai touch, as well as peanut butter. This recipe is for days when you’re craving something spicy and flavorsome.
Make sure the shrimp gets cooked well, and then top the dish with chili flakes for the extra spicy punch.
Have you ever eaten dry fruits in your ramen bowl? We all must have had a good walnut brownie. So, why not make a ramen bowl with honey and walnut as ingredients.
Honey Walnut shrimp ramen noodles incorporate walnut cooked along with shrimp and honey as a part of the sauce. The sauce is also made by combining soy sauce, chicken stock, and red pepper flakes.
Once the shrimp and sauce are ready, toss in your ramen and mix well together. This flavorsome recipe is made from fewer ingredients. If you want a sweet punch, add more honey to the recipe.
A good thick red curry is certainly made from coconut milk and a red curry paste. Red Curry shrimp ramen involves a delicious curry that can be eaten alongside ramen.
This wholesome recipe has garlic and butter-infused shrimp, and zucchini, as well as a thick red curry to amp up the dish. The normal ramen recipes have a thin texture of curry.
If you’re craving a filling meal, go for red curry shrimp ramen. You can garnish it with jalapeños and cilantro. The ramen used as a part of the meal can be home-cooked or store-bought.
A ramen lover knows that no ramen recipe list is complete without a wonton twist to it. Wontons look incredibly cute and yummy. When these are paired with ramen and miso sauce, the flavor gets increased to a different level.
The Wontons have a shrimp filling prepared by combining cornstarch, sesame oil, and shrimp together. Further, you cook the wontons and meanwhile prepare your ramen with miso sauce.
Assemble everything and then top with corns. Your delicious bowl of happiness is ready. You can also add veggies to the wonton filling.
One of the easiest shrimp ramen recipes that have a garlic punch to it. I love a good garlic recipe because of the intensity to which the flavors get enhanced.
Have you ever tried combining garlic and butter? If not, then this recipe involves shrimp cooked and tossed in garlic and butter. You cook the shrimp generously in garlic and then prepare the ramen. I have used onion and broccoli for the veggies; you can go with anything available.
Don’t throw the vegetable stock; rather, use it in making the ramen. Combine everything, and enjoy a bowl of shrimp ramen with a garlic punch.
Stir-fry recipes are my favorite because it requires less time to cook them and the result turns out to be top-notch. This shrimp ramen stir-fry has a custom homemade sauce recipe.
I prefer a custom sauce over just pouring one sauce on top. The shrimp and veggies are initially stir-fried, and then the sauce is brought to a boil. The sauce has ingredients like soy sauce, oyster sauce, rice vinegar, and grated ginger.
Combine everything and garnish it with sesame seeds. Make sure that you add cornstarch in the last to make the sauce thick in texture.
This is another recipe for the spicy lovers out there. Beware because this recipe has sriracha sauce, which makes it exclusively for people having high spice tolerance.
You cook the seasoned shrimp and then prepare the ramen sauce made from various veggies along with soy sauce, brown sugar, peppers, and sriracha sauce. Add the ramen noodles and combine everything well.
Make sure you don’t let the ramen noodles sit in the broth for a longer period of time. It might make the noodles soggy.
The spicy, tangy combo in this recipe makes it unique and delicious in its own way. This soup has a lot of spice because of chili powder. The tanginess, on the other hand, comes from the lime juice added to the soup.
Chili Lime Shrimp Ramen Soup has got an amazing flavor with shrimp tossed in chili powder and the soup having ingredients like broth, soy sauce, lime juice, and chili powder.
Once everything is combined well, serve it with boiled eggs and top it with shredded veggies. Relish the dish with a good tangy punch.
The name says it all. It is a one-pot recipe where you add all the ingredients to a pot and then let it cook while you enjoy watching your favorite show.
This easy shrimp ramen soup recipe involves many veggies, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and broth. Combine your shrimp, noodles, and sauce together. There’s no limit to experimentation when it comes to this recipe. You can go all out and savor the meal with your choice of ingredients.
Stir everything well, and then garnish it with sesame seeds or fresh cilantro. You can add more seasoning if the flavor seems slightly bland.
If you enjoy cooking and have a decent amount of time to make a wholesome meal, then this ramen bowl is for you. A 30-minute shrimp teriyaki noodle bowl, which has broccoli and shrimp, to achieve the perfect color palette.
All you need is a teriyaki sauce for this ramen bowl, and you are good to go. Cook your shrimp, sauté the broccoli, and then toss in the sauce. Add the noodles at the end.
Serve the bowl hot and top it with sesame seeds to increase the beauty quotient. You can make teriyaki sauce with the help of soy sauce at home if you have ample amount of time.
Did you say you are running short on time? If yes, then this 20-minute sriracha shrimp ramen recipe will fulfil your need of being the quickest and most fulfilling meal bowl.
This ramen bowl is hard to miss out on, with a host of sauces and spices like tomato paste, onion powder, garlic powder, soy sauce, rice vinegar, and celery salt. The soup is extremely flavorful, and the chopped shrimp, lemon juice, and spinach add to the flavor.
You can make noodles in advance and then pat them dry in order to avoid soggy noodles. The choice of veggies depends on your likes and preferences.
This is a classic delectable dinner recipe with beautiful brown shrimp cooked in a coconut milk lemongrass ramen bowl. A coconut always adds a sweet, creamy texture to any dish.
In this meal, you start by coating the shrimp in a flour mixture, followed by eggs and then a coconut-bread crumbs mixture. Fry the shrimp till it turns brown. Sauté your bell peppers, prepare the ramen, and then combine everything together.
Garnish your dish with fresh cilantro. The coconut bread crumbs mixture is made by combining bread crumbs with shredded coconut.
If you think all Thai recipes involve coconut milk, then this recipe is here to prove you wrong. Thai shrimp ramen is made from minimal ingredients in no time.
You need a store-bought friend ramen chicken bowl. Combine it with lemongrass paste, and then assemble the bowl by adding shrimp, tomatoes, lime, and mushrooms to the bowl. Let it come to a boil.
Enjoy this quick combo shrimp ramen bowl which leaves a tangy flavor in your mouth. You can further season the bowl with ramen seasoning to make it more flavorful.
A good crunchy fried shrimp is all you require on a rainy day. When craving something delicious and fried, opt for this easy recipe. You just need to keep some store-bought garlic ramen handy.
Start by making the shrimp. Dip it into flour, then eggs, and lastly, panko bread crumbs. Fry it in a pan until it turns golden in color. Once done, prepare your ramen bowl; add dried mushrooms and boiled eggs.
Season your dish with black or white sesame seeds, and then relish the crunchy shrimp with a hot bowl of ramen.
The extraordinary thing about ramen bowls is that you can experiment to the core. This easy shrimp tempura craft ramen is the best example to prove the statement. It’s relatively similar to the crispy ramen recipe but has its own uniqueness.
You start by making the shrimp using the same process. Prepare flour, egg batter, and panko bread crumbs. Dip the shrimp in each of these mixtures and then fry it in a pan until the golden brown color is achieved.
Further, steam the bok choy, the hidden ingredient of this recipe. Assemble your bowl, and add your veggies, boiled eggs, bok choy, and shrimp. Garnish it with togarashi.
Filled with the goodness of lemongrass and coconut, this shrimp ramen bowl cooks the shrimp differently. Veggies like daikon and radish add more flavor and color to this meal.
This easy coconut lemongrass shrimp craft ramen involves cooking the shrimp in broth and then combining it with coconut milk lemongrass ramen. You can add sliced radish and daikon pieces to the bowl.
Garnish it with sesame seeds and appreciate the flavorsome bowl. You can make the noodle bowl at home using coconut milk and lemongrass paste, or bring a store-bought one.
Shrimp Tonkotsu Ramen
- ½ cup shrimp dried, or dried shrimp powder
- 1 cup Shio Tare
- 8 tbsp Ebi Abura
- 2.67 pounds noodles fresh, such as thin Chukasuimen
- 2 pounds tomatoes diced
- 8-16 slices Chicken Chashu
- 10 cups Tonkotsu Creamy Soup
- If the dried shrimp are whole, grind them into a fine powder using a spice grinder. Set aside.
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil over medium-high heat.
- Heat your ramen bowls by filling them halfway with hot water. Dump out the hot water and dry the bowls with a clean towel.
- Put 1 tbsp of shrimp oil in each ramen bowl.
- Put the tare, half of the tomatoes, the shrimp powder, and the soup in a medium saucepan.
- Mix it well and bring it to a simmer over low heat.
- Cook the noodles in a large pot of boiling water. Ramen cut to a standard thickness will cook for 1 to 2 minutes. If you feel it’s undercooked, cook for a few more seconds.
- Ladle the soup into the ramen bowls about 30 seconds before the noodles are finished cooking.
- Drain the noodles, shaking off as much excess water as possible. Carefully place some noodles in each bowl of soup. Keep them tidy.
- Place 1 or 2 slices of chashu, a sprinkle of Negi, and some remaining tomatoes, neatly on the ramen. Serve immediately. Relish the hot appetizing Japanese-style ramen bowl.