Ramen is a popular Japanese dish that is loved by people all over the world. It is not an ordinary watery soup after which you get immediately hungry again. It is a hearty main course. Thanks to the fact that it contains beef and eggs, you don’t have to worry about getting enough protein. And those of you who are trying to limit carbohydrates will definitely appreciate it as well. Instead of classic noodles, we used their ZERO calories alternative, which reduced the proportion of this macronutrient to 15 g per serving. So, let’s get straight to the preparation.
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First, get ready two smaller pots. Pour water into one and hard-boil the eggs. The cooking time will depend on the size of the egg, but they will definitely be ready within 10 minutes. If you prefer runny eggs, 5-7 minutes will do. In the meantime, cut the beef into slices and put them to boil in another pot of water until soft. The thinner the slices, the shorter the cooking time.
Heat the oil in another larger pot and add chopped garlic, one piece of spring onion cut into slices and grated ginger. Sauté together for 2–3 minutes. Then pour in the beef broth, add fish and soy sauce and bring to a boil. As soon as the soup starts to boil, give it a taste. If it seems too salty, add 200 ml of water. Put the rinsed BIO Zero Noodles in another pot and cook for 2-3 minutes.
Then you can start serving. Take two bowls and fill them with the boiled BIO Zero Noodles, halved eggs and meat and cover them with broth. Garnish with chopped spring onion, coriander, corn and sesame.
|Energy value||486 kcal|
As you can see, soup doesn’t have to be just lightly flavoured water with a few bits floating around. On the contrary, it can be a nutritious and balanced main course that tastes great and fills you up.
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