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Ingredients of Slow Cooker Chicken Ramen
- You need 5 of Chicken Carcass' or 1 kg Chicken Bones.
- Prepare 6 of Chicken Thighs (1 per portion).
- You need 5 of Garlic cloves.
- Prepare 2 of thumbs of ginger.
- Prepare 45 ml of Mirin.
- You need 45 ml of Soy.
- Prepare 1 tsp of 5 spice.
- You need 2 of Chicken stock cubes.
- Prepare 1/2 tbsp of Chilli powder.
- You need 1/2 tbsp of Garlic powder.
- It’s 1/2 tbsp of Paprika.
- You need to taste of Salt and pepper for seasoning.
- Prepare 1 splash of Oil for baking chicken (eg sunflower).
- You need 5 of Carrots.
- It’s 10 of Spring onions (Separate the leaves to use for stock, finely chop the remaining).
- It’s 1 packet of Bean sprouts.
- It’s 1 packet of Spinach.
- It’s 6 of Eggs.
- You need 1 kg of Medium Ramen Noodles.
- It’s 4 bunches of Bok choy.
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Slow Cooker Chicken Ramen step by step
- Cut the green leaves from the spring onions to use to flavour the broth. Finely chop and bag the remaining for later..
- Cut up the spring onion leaves, carrots, ginger and garlic and place them in the slow cooker..
- Add 5 chicken carcass', mirin, soy sauce, 5 spice and stock cubes..
- Cover with boiling water. Add just enough water to cover the bones. On my cooker this is approx the max line (5L).
- Set the slow cooker for 12 hours (or anytime up to 24hrs) and leave to do it's thang..
- Once cooked, set aside until cooled enough to pick up the bowl without burning yourself..
- Strain the soup to remove the bones and vegetables so you are just left with the broth, skim off the top layer of fat if you prefer less fat..
- Taste the broth, it may need to be watered down if it is too strong..
- You can separate the soup out in containers for later, approx 250-300ml broth per portion depending on your bowl sizes..
- Place chicken thighs (1 per portion) onto a baking tray lined with enough foil to wrap the chicken. Add a splash of oil, and season with garlic powder, chilli powder, paprika, salt, pepper, and anything else you like to season chicken with. Use your hands to rub the oil and seasoning into the chicken all over..
- Wrap the chicken and bake in a preheated oven at 170C (fan oven) and check after 20 minutes to see if the juices run clear. While the chicken is baking move on to the next steps..
- Boil 2 saucepans of water. Use one to hard boil eggs for 8 minutes so the yolk is tacky. At the same time use the other to cook the noodles..
- For noodles, add a splash of soy sauce and salt to the boiling water to taste. Add the noodles (125g~ per person) to boiling water. Cook as per noodle instructions, until they are al dente, be careful not overcook the noodles..
- Once cooked, strain the noodles with a pasta strainer and run cold water through the noodles to stop them from cooking. Once strained, and while still in the strainer, add a splash of soy sauce and use your hands to mix it in. Divide into ramen bowls, and leave the noodles to soak the soy sauce while you finish cooking the rest..
- Run the boiled eggs under cold water so they aren't too hot to touch, and peel the egg shell away. Slice in half..
- Once chicken is cooked, slice the cooked chicken..
- Reheat the broth until it is boiling. Once boiling, add the Bok choy and bean sprouts for 1 minute (up to 3 minutes if prefered) and then remove them..
- Cover the bowls of noodles with broth. If the broth needs diluting (too strong or not enough) top it up with boiling water. Add enough broth to cover the noodles..
- Add the toppings: chicken slices, boiled eggs, bok choy, bean sprouts, spinach, spring onions and serve immediately while hot! Serve with optional fresh garlic and soy sauce..
This easy chicken ramen soup is perfect no matter the time of the year! Packed with flavor and kid-friendly, this slow cooker ramen recipe is a winner! I have been on a big hunt lately for the perfect "Tuesday Night Dinner". Tuesdays are our busiest days of the week – and the night that we have swim. This slow cooker chicken curry is perfect in every way – juicy pieces of chicken, a spicy, flavourful gravy that has the right consistency – this is THE dinner to come home too.<br /> A lot of slow cooked chicken recipes leave you with dry, flavourless chicken and a big pool of liquid at the bottom.
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