6 Benefits Of Learning An Easy Ramen Recipe

Ramen was not part of my youth.

Living in a small town in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the Midwest I didn’t have access to these exotic ‘foreign’ foods. We could get lobster tail at the only café in our small town, but there was no pizza to be had anywhere. Our reliable dorm food when I went off to college was Spaghettio’s. (Do they still exist?) We didn’t have a microwave so we heated them up in an electric coffee percolator. Ah…. Those were the days.

I discovered Ramen at our Asian supermarket. I shouldn’t say ‘discovered’ because I had been hearing about it for years. I’d just never had it. But, faced with an entire aisle of various ramen packets I couldn’t resist. I loved it.

What I really love are the noodles – so now I just buy noodles and make my own.

Read on for some tips on making it yourself:

What comes into your mind when you hear the word ramen? If you didn’t know, ramen is a  traditional pasta from Japan. Ramen is a delicious recipe, and it’s served in almost all restaurants in Japan and even across the world. Though ramen is one of Japan’s icons, it originated from China and was later introduced in other parts of East Asia, including Japan.

Is Ramen Good For Your Health?

 Ramen is one of the healthy foods that most people still don’t know exists. It’s a delicious dish made from ingredients that contain a lot of nutrients necessary for the proper functioning of the body. The main ingredients required to make ramen are flour or fresh ramen noodles, chicken broth, soba, radish, and garlic. You can also add egg yolk, mushroom and meat if you want.

In this article, you’ll learn some of the health benefits of an easy ramen recipe. Each ramen ingredient has its health benefits. Read on to find out what these ingredients have to offer to your body.

  1. Chicken Broth

Chicken broth is one of the main ingredients of ramen. It’s delicious and has several benefits for the body. For instance, it’s rich in proteins, which are the main sources of energy in the body. Your body needs the energy to operate effectively. This can be achieved if you can make ramen your daily recipe. 

It also contains calcium which plays a significant role in strengthening bones. Calcium is a nutrient needed in both children and adults. Children need calcium so that their bones can develop well and adults need calcium so their bones can become strong. 

  1. Flour

As you may already know; all types of noodles are made from flour. Flour contains both carbohydrates and proteins. The main source of energy that makes you remain active throughout the day comes from carbohydrates. 

Apart from giving your body energy, carbohydrates contain a lot of fiber that inhibits the formation of plaque in the body. Plaque is the accumulation of cholesterol and fats in the body that, if went uncorrected, might cause a blood disorder which will then block the flow of oxygen-rich blood into the heart, thus causing a heart attack. 

  1. Buckwheat

Buckwheat is a grain that is used as the main component of soba. Buckwheat is a healthy ingredient in the ramen recipe since it contains a lot of healthy minerals for the body. For instance, it contains magnesium and flavonoids that help in blood circulation. Apart from helping in proper blood circulation, buckwheat can prevent you from getting cancer. It contains enterolactone that can prevent abnormal breast cell growth that might lead to breast cancer. 

  1. Radish

In the ramen recipe, you’ll meet a white-round vegetable known as radish. This vegetable contains a lot of minerals and nutrients required for better body functioning. 

Some of the nutrients are vitamin A, vitamin B1 & B2, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin oil, calcium, phosphor, manganese, niacin, choline, fiber, anthocyanins, folic acid, and oxalate acid.

All these minerals have healthy benefits. For instance, vitamin C, anthocyanins, and folic acid help protect the body from free radicals and minimize cancer risk. 

  1. Garlic

Garlic is another crucial ingredient in the ramen recipe. It has been used for many years to strengthen the immune system. 

It contains nutrients such as manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, selenium, calorie, carbohydrate, and protein. 

Garlic protects the blood cells and blood vessels from inflammation and oxidative stress, thus minimizing cardiovascular risk. Garlic is also good for lowering blood pressure.

  1. Meat

Though meat isn’t one of the main ingredients, it’s advisable to add a few pieces of meat into your ramen recipe. Any kind of meat taken in the right quantity can be helpful to the body because meat contains a lot of proteins. So, just add as much or as little meat as you want. 

Takeaway

There are several benefits of a ramen recipe because it’s prepared from healthy ingredients. Ramen has become a staple for many people, especially those trying to eat cheaply. This recipe has become the best favorite for someone who needs something easy, fast, and at a low cost. 

2 thoughts on “6 Benefits Of Learning An Easy Ramen Recipe”

  1. I’m the only one who likes ramen occasionally, so I just buy Pot Noodles. Warms me up on a chilly day. And yes, they still make SpaghettiO’s…my guilty pleasure after all these years. I always keep a can, one can, in the pantry.

    • My kid an I used to eat Spaghettio’s with Velveeta melted in….. I wonder if I would still like that.
      I buy the noodles whenever we get to the Asian market – just for me! Hubs can’t be bothered with a hot lunch, even in winter

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