Wagyu Beef Ramen

rich broth, ramen noodles, Wagyu flank steak, spinach, hard-boiled eggs, scallions

1713 Past Meals

Serves: 2 Servings | Time to Table: 30 Minutes | Calories: 703 | Category: Low-Carb | Allergens: Contains Wheat/Gluten (Ramen + Soy Sauce), Soy (Soy Sauce) + Egg | Excellent Source of: Iron, Protein | Good Source of: Fiber


  • - Chef's Knife
  • - Large Saucepan
  • - Liquid Measuring Cup
  • - Measuring Spoons
  • - Tongs

What You Need:

  • - Coarsely Ground Black Pepper
  • - Kosher Salt or Flake Sea Salt
  • - Olive Oil

What We Send:

  • - Chicken Stock Concentrate
  • - Hard Boiled Eggs & Spinach
  • - Minced Garlic
  • - Ramen Noodles
  • - Scallions
  • - Sesame Oil
  • - Sliced Yellow Onion
  • - Soy Sauce
  • - Vegetable Stock Concentrate
  • - Wagyu Flank Steak

Wine Pairings by @grapefriend

Pair with an earthy but elegant Junmai sake.

Beer Pairings

A refreshing Light Lager complements the sesame, garlic, and soy sauce and adds depth of flavor to the ramen.

TK Table Talk:

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What To Do:

Wagyu Beef Ramen - Step 1

1. Make Stock: Stir together 4 cups hot water with chicken stock and vegetable stock concentrates.

Wagyu Beef Ramen - Step 2

2. Cook Steak: Cut steak in half, if needed, to fit in a large saucepan. Sprinkle steak with ½ teaspoon each salt and pepper. Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Cook steak 3 to 4 minutes on each side, or until browned. Remove from pan and let rest.

Wagyu Beef Ramen - Step 3

3. Finish Ramen: Add onions and garlic to pan. Sauté 3 minutes until browned and tender. Pour in stock and soy sauce. Simmer 15 minutes. Add noodles and spinach and let stand 2 minutes or until softened.

Wagyu Beef Ramen - Step 4

4. Prepare Toppings: Halve eggs. Thinly slice steak.

To Serve: Divide ramen evenly between two serving bowls. Top with scallions, eggs, and steak. Drizzle with sesame oil.

Pro Tip:

The secret to good ramen is the broth. Make sure to brown the steak well to create delicious browned bits (aka umami) on the bottom of the pan.


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