Japchae with bbq chicken mixed in, as well as some spinach, corn, and red onion for a new twist on the Korean noodle dish.
An easy ramen shortcut with ham, mushroom, and kale. A great recipe for busy days and cold nights.
Shrimp, basil, and lots of lime and chili oil make this a refreshing noodle salad for any backyard BBQ or picnic.
BBQ Brisket in a quick ramen broth with corn, onions, cabbage, and jalapeno.
Huge soup dumplings, also known as xiao long bao, filled with rich tonkotsu based pork broth, ramen noodles, char siu, egg, and scallion.
Ramen noodles served in a soup that has the flavors of shepherds pie, complete with a potato pancake on top.
A combination of the famous Mexican and Japanese soups, pozole and ramen. The rich pork broth is served with noodles and topped with cilantro and jalapeno.
The classic Thai and Laotian soup is remade with tender shredded lamb and pureed squash.
Pico de gallo, chipotle, and sour cream, make up the flavor base for this udon noodle dish topped with grilled carne asada.
These noodles are tossed with a sauce that has gochujang, pork, zucchini, and cabbage.
The stroganoff burger has egg noodles as buns and is topped with an onion and mushroom cream sauce.
When I get Korean food in my head it becomes like that annoying song that just won’t leave your brain until you hear it. We leave Cooking Channel on in the background at my job and they have a new Korean food show, so I am probably going to be craving these flavors a lot more often! I saw some Japche noodles on tv while I was at work the other day, and immediately made them when I got home. I wanted to use all the veggies I had on hand instead of buying a ton of stuff, so I got the noodles and headed home hoping there would be some good stuff in the fridge. I had this delicious Jones Dairy Farm sausage and some great veggies that made for a fun twist on the traditional noodle dish.