Mild Soy Milk Sesame Ramen

Mild Soy Milk Sesame Ramen

I don't worry even if my 2 year old daughter drinks up this soup.
I make 2 servings with 1 bag of noodles. Serve with an onigiri rice ball, or if you want to eat heartily, double the amount.

Ingredients: 1 adult sized serving + 1 child sized serving

Instant ramen noodles (I used Sapporo Ichiban Shio (salt) Ramen)
1 bag
Soy milk
100 ml
500 ml
Chicken soup stock granules
1.5 to 2.5 teaspoons
Meat and vegetables of your choice
to taste
Ground sesame seeds
1 tablespoon
The sesame seeds etc. that came with the ramen
to taste


1. This is the instant ramen I used. Cut up the meat and vegetables into easy to eat pieces.
2. Bring the water to a boil in a pan and boil the meat and vegetables to your desired degree of doneness. Take out the cooked meat and vegetables. (Don't throw out the cooking water. If it has any scum, take it out.)
3. Add soy milk and chicken stock granules to the cooking water and bring to a boil. Add ramen noodles, and cook for the specified length of time while stirring.
4. Turn the heat off when the noodles are done. Add ground sesame seeds and mix quickly. Transfer the noodles to serving bowls, add the meat and potatoes, pour the soup over and it's done.
5. If the ramen came with a packet of cut sesame seeds or something, add that too and enjoy.

Story Behind this Recipe

The soup that comes with instant ramen is very salty, so I made a light flavored soup that my daughter likes.
She loves the taste of soy milk, so she just eats and drinks up this ramen.