Jjamppong Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup

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Jjamppong Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup (짬뽕) is a popular Korean spicy noodle soup that is loaded with various type of seafood. It tastes very refreshing and comforting. At our house we have some family members that just LOVE spicy seafood…and since we have access to local fresh seafood it makes it that much better! What is Jjamppong Korean Spicy …

Thai coconut shrimp ramen soup

Thai Coconut Shrimp Ramen

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 Thai Coconut Shrimp Ramen with Hakubaku Restaurant Fresh Ramen noodles using our  Tonkotsu Restaurant Fresh Ramen kit.  This recipe is SUPER simple and so good. Thai Coconut Shrimp Ramen makes 2 servings and takes only 12 minutes on the stovetop. In Thailand its called Tom kha goong: “tom” means “boiling,” “kha” refers to the galangal traditionally used (a relative of …

Ginger Lime Grilled Salmon

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Ginger Lime Grilled Salmon with ramen with Hakubaku Restaurant Fresh Ramen noodles or using our Kaedama pack. Tip– If you have our Shoyu Ramen set you can use that as well (just use the soup packet instead of soy sauce the listed amount).  If spicy heat is not your thing, you can always leave out the Sambal Oelek and replace it …

Spicy Tuna Roll Ramen

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Spicy Tuna Roll Ramen with Hakubaku Restaurant Fresh Ramen noodles or using our Kaedama pack. This is what happens when Sushi meets ramen! Spicy Tuna Roll Ramen makes 2-3 servings and takes only 5 minutes on the stovetop. We use our Shoyu Ramen kit for the flavor and the restaurant fresh Japanese kaedama ramen noodles for a hit at any …

Easy Shrimp Lo Mein

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Easy Shrimp Lo Mein with Hakubaku Ramen kits Cheap and easy alternative to take out. Kids love ramen noodles, so Easy Shrimp Lo Mein is a great way to make them eat their veggies without them even realizing it! You could make this with chicken, beef, or pork as well, just use the corresponding ramen soup flavor. This little gem …

Festival Style Typhoon Yakisoba

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Festival Style Typhoon Yakisoba with Hakubaku Ramen  Recipe A prefecture festival we visited had a mix of pork and squid – in a crispy swirl of noodles. They call it-  Typhoon Yakisoba. The key points to make here are the ingredients get mixed up from land and sea.  Ramen noodles- are fried in the pan to make them crispy. The …