How to Prepare Yummy Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen

how to prepare yummy mikes deconstructed chicken ramen

Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen.

Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen You can have Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen using 15 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen

  1. You need of Dry Broth.
  2. You need of Fat Trimmed Boneless Chicken Breasts.
  3. Prepare of 48 oz Low Sodium Chicken Broth & 1 cup Water.
  4. Prepare of Each: Chicken Bullion – Sesame Oil – Rice Vinegar – Dried Cilantro – Soy Sauce – Fish Sauce – Fresh Ginger – Garlic Chili Sauce – Red Pepper Flakes – Dried JalapeƱos -.
  5. It’s of Each: Dried Minced Garlic – Dehydrated Onions.
  6. You need of Chinese 5 Spice.
  7. It’s of Black Pepper.
  8. You need of Dried Basil.
  9. You need of Noodles.
  10. Prepare of Package Ramen Noodles For Two [know that you can use regular top ramen noodles – stir fry noodles – udon – sobe – linguini – spaghetti – etc,.].
  11. Prepare of Sliced Cabbage.
  12. It’s of Condiments, Sides & Utensils.
  13. It’s of Each: Sriracha Sauce – Wasabi – Garlic Chili Sauce – Light & Dark Soy Sauces – Fish Sauce.
  14. It’s of Each: Bean Sprouts – Fresh Cilantro – Fresh Thai Sweet Basil – Snap Peas – Fresh Parsley – Thai Peppers – Almonds – Sliced JalapeƱos – Boiled Eggs – Fresh Chives – Sesame Seeds.
  15. Prepare of Sets Chopsticks.

Mike's Deconstructed Chicken Ramen step by step

  1. Make your dry broth. Add everything in the Dry Broth section, including your whole chicken breasts, to a large pot and boil for 45 minutes..
  2. Pull out chicken breasts and allow them to rest covered until cooled. Let em' sweat. Continue slow boiling your broth. Then, thin slice your chicken making large rounds with your cuts. [see photo] Cover and leave on the counter in a cool spot. Do not refrigerate..
  3. Boil eggs and slice your side vegetables. Including your cabbage. Leave all out on cool counter top. Gather your condiments as well. Try this quick recipe for perfect, easy to peel, boiled eggs every time!.
  4. At this point, you can fully drain your broth through a fine mesh strainer or leave as is. Either way, place hot broth in two deep bowls and cover. Leave what's left of your broth in the pot and add water. Add enough water to boil your Ramen noodles. Yes, your water will look a bit murky but the leftover broth is meant to season your noodles..
  5. Bring water/broth to a boil and add noodles. Do not add oil or salt as there's plenty in the leftover broth already..
  6. Boil as per manufactures directions. The noodles pictured are on a 4 minute boil. Less than one minute before your noodles are cooked, add your fresh cabbage and stir..
  7. Quickly drain your noodles and cabbage and rinse in cold water until fully cooled and drained..
  8. Place noodles on individual serving plates or on one large communal plate for all to feed from. Arrange chicken slices on plate as well..
  9. Plate up your [halved] boiled eggs and vegetable sides on one large serving dish or on individual plates..
  10. Reheat broth bowls in microwave as hot as you possibly can. You'll want your broth almost bubbling. Remember, your guests will be dipping cooled noodles and chicken, chilled vegetables and condiments in it and you'll want the heated temperature to last..
  11. Have your guests place chicken slices in their bowls first to moisten them. [or cook them if you've chosen raw, thin sliced meats or seafood] Then have them add noodles, sides and condiments. Or, allow them pull noodles, meat or veggies directly from the serving plates one by one and dip before they eat..
  12. Authors Notes: The bottom line to this dish is, make certain your broth is piping hot and everything else is somewhat room temperature. Also, this dish can easily serve four. Just add additional broth, not water. Lastly, if you find your noodles are drying up a bit before serving, wet your clean hand under water and flick water on them. They'll moisten right up! Enjoy!.
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