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25 BEST Shin Ramen Recipes ๐Ÿœ

Elevate your love for ramen with these Shin Ramen recipes; this post also includes our top 5 favorites and some valuable tips for using the ingredient in recipes. 

Shin ramen is a famous instant noodle brand that originated in South Korea and is commonly known as Shin Ramyeon or Shin Ramyun.

It is a spicy Korean noodle dish that has become beloved worldwide and for good reason. Despite how the online videos depict how spicy this noodle dish is, it doesn’t have to be, and since you are making these in your own kitchen, make it as authentically mild or as wild as you like!

The broth is often rich and savory, with just the right amount of spice, which can be customized. The noodles are firm and chewy, providing the perfect texture for the dish.

So grab your chopsticks, and let’s dive in and see which Shin ramen recipes are a must-try.

  • Grocery stores. Most well-stocked grocery stores carry Shin Ramen in their international or Asian food sections.
  • Asian supermarkets. Asian supermarkets often have a wider selection of Korean food products, including Shin Ramen. 
  • Online retailers. If you cannot find Shin Ramen locally, you can try online retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, or other specialty Asian food websites, such as Weee!.
  • Korean markets. If you have a Korean market or neighborhood nearby, they will likely have Shin Ramen available.
  • Asian food sections in large retailers. Some larger retailers with dedicated Asian food sections, such as H Mart or Ranch 99, often stock Shin Ramen.

Tips for Using Shin Ramen

Here are a few tips for using Shin Ramen in recipes:

  • Use the full packet of seasoning. The seasoning packet that comes with Shin Ramen contains most of the flavor, so don’t be afraid to use the whole thing. 
  • Add your own ingredients. Shin Ramen is a great blank canvas for creativity. You can add your own ingredients to customize the dish to your liking, such as thinly sliced chicken, pork belly, or fish cake. 
  • Don’t be afraid to experiment. There are no rules when it comes to using Shin Ramen in recipes. Experiment with different ingredients and flavors until you find a dish that you love.
  • Cook the noodles al dente. Shin Ramen noodles are best when they are cooked al dente, or slightly firm to the bite. 
  • Serve with a variety of toppings. Shin Ramen is often served with various toppings, such as green onions, sesame seeds, or soft-boiled eggs.

Top 5 Recipe Picks

To simplify things, we’ve narrowed this list of Shin Ramen recipes down to our top 5 favorites.

  •  #4 Korean Seafood Ramen is brimming with seafood flavors. 
  • #10 Crack Instant Ramen gets its name from the fact that you can’t stop eating it.
  • Can’t decide whether you want noodles or rice? Make #16 Shin Ramen Fried Rice. 
  • If you’re into spicy and aromatic dishes, consider #21 Spicy Garlic Ramen.
  • #24 Seoul And Chicken Galbi Ramen features a unique fusion of flavors and textures.

Best Shin Ramen Recipes

If you ever find yourself in chilly weather and want a quick meal to warm you up, Sundubu Ramyun might be the key. The dish can be your comfort food, filled with textures from soft tofu and mushrooms. The spicy flavors from the instant packet and gochujang greatly complement the umami-filled broth of the noodle soup. 

Ingredients include: Egg, gochujang, mushrooms, Shin ramen, and soft tofu.

What goes better with instant ramen and eggs? Lots of cheese, of course! This way of cooking Shin ramen adds a unique experience to eating some ramen. You just need to follow the cooking instructions on the packaging. 

Ingredients include: Cheese, egg, Shin ramen, green onion, and sesame oil.

If you want a strong-tasting ramen meal that has a modern touch, consider this dish. Thanks to the soybean paste and pork belly, it playfully lingers on your palate. 

Ingredients include: Pork belly, garlic, soybean paste, sesame oil, and water.

Want a journey through the Yellow Sea off the coast of South Korea? This next dish will make you catch a sale (get it? sail? sale?) for some Shin ramen. It is a yummy, easy recipe to follow to enjoy a taste of the sea with its umami-rich tasting broth. One great thing about this comfort food is that you can comfortably add diverse ingredients.

Ingredients include: Garlic, gochujang, Shin ramen, shrimp, and squid.

Does your significant other feel cold? Heat them up with some Kimchi Chili Oil Ramen. This will kickstart their chilly feelings with its spicy and tangy taste. A challenge that you will enjoy and that will also fill both of your foodies’ hearts to their content. 

Ingredients include: Chili oil, green onions, Shin ramen, shrimp, and squid.

Ever find yourself in the mood for something sweet that also packs a punch? You should try this recipe, which will knock you out with how full you will be after a bite. Rabboki is a spicy rice cake dish with a sauce that provides a somewhat thick consistency and coats the whole dish. 

Ingredients include: Gochugaru, tteokbokki tteok, sugar, gochujang, and soy sauce.

A quick and comforting way to refuel if you’re ever in a rush to grab a bite. Instant ramen can be elevated to a gourmet meal with a few simple additions, like char siu pork, Chinese greens, bean sprouts, a boiled egg, deep-fried shallots, and my homemade chili oil. With a little planning, you can turn instant ramen into a real feast.

Ingredients include: Bean sprouts, bok choy, chili paste, fried shallots, and Shin ramen.

You heard that right, folks. For the uninitiated, you can use peanut butter in a noodle recipe, and it will actually blow your mind. It serves to numb the heat from the spicy flavors usually brought by Shin ramen and the Japanese chili pepper. Add more tahini if you want it to be creamier and less spicy. 

Ingredients include: Peanut butter, tahini, togarashi Japanese chili pepper, Shin ramen, and water.

Lots of beautiful gourmet ingredients that builds on this spicy, sassy kimchi ramen. Don’t leave out the tofu if you are hoping for a bit of heat suppression. 

Ingredients include: Shin ramen, kimchi, gochujang, scallions, and egg.

When a foodie decides the norm isn’t cutting it, they choose to make something exquisite with an ordinary ingredient. It is adoringly named Crack because once you eat it, you can’t stop. The cheese adds everything and brings that much-needed sweet note to counterbalance the spice.

Ingredients include: Petit filet mignon, Asian dumplings, American cheese, white distilled vinegar, and eggs.

When you are on a tight budget and only have a packet of Shin ramen, lime, and cilantro, this is the answer to dinner. Even if it may appear lacking, don’t let this fool you; its exquisite combination of flavors will surprise you.

Ingredients include: Shin ramen, lime, and cilantro.

Like the Ramen Carbonara, the Shin Ramen Creamy Pasta has a creamy texture and savory flavor without the whole Italian flavor profile. The dish fixes you up with creamy pasta that the entire family can enjoy. 

Ingredients include: Shin ramen, heavy cream, garlic, parmesan cheese, and bacon.

Have you ever thought, “I like my ramen noodles and all, but I wish I could spice things up a notch,” but have no idea what to do? We’ve got you covered with this savory dish that can make any night a cozy one. Allow the rich flavors of the noodles, beef, and mushrooms to wrap you in a warm blanket of comfort and enjoy the meal.

Ingredients include: Sliced beef, enoki mushrooms, Tong Hao, hard-boiled egg, and vinegar.

This delicate, creamy dish aims to soothe your foodie soul. The shrimp plays with the wondrous cream cheese, offering a blend of aroma and taste. It is simple yet refined while making your senses savor every moment.

Ingredients include: Cream cheese, egg yolk, shrimp, olive oil, and Shin ramen.

If you’ve got lots of time on your hands and have some Shin ramen noodle packets lying around, you can make this broth-less, garlic-infused dish in just 10 minutes. You may or may not include an egg on top of it, depending on your preference, or add as much garlic and chili flakes. 

Ingredients include: Minced garlic, sugar, light soy sauce, rice vinegar, and egg. 

From my experience, one of the best combos for ramen noodles is some fried rice and, of course, some eggs. It is a unique breakfast experience that will be very memorable to you and make you crave it whenever it comes to mind. Who would have thought fried rice with crushed noodles would satisfy? 

Ingredients include: Shin ramen cup, rice, green onion, egg, and oil.

While the name is a bit of a mouthful, the dish itself is modest in its simplicity. It is a spicy meal due to the main ingredient, so remember to dial back on the spice if you can’t handle too much of it. The tomato and avocado slices give that fresh flavor the dish needs, giving this meal a proper balance of flavor. 

Ingredients include: Tomato, avocado, sesame oil, prosciutto, and hot water.

When you want a quick ramen dish that balances spice and some cheesy flavor, let this dish be your savior. Any cheese would do, but something about cheddar makes your inner child smile with glee while savoring every bite. Do remember not to overcook the noodles and be patient with them.

Ingredients include: Cheddar cheese, milk, green onion, water, and egg.

This famous viral Tiktok sensation can now be served in your home and enjoyed by you and your whole family. As always, it is always best served hot and when the noodles aren’t turned to mush, so remember to follow the instructions on the package. This is a budget-friendly dish you can always whip up when you’re craving a good ramen meal.

Ingredients include: Rice wine vinegar, mirin, ginger, garlic, and scallions.

If you want to know how easy it is to make this recipe, all you need is just three ingredients. While it is a simple dish, it is still a satisfying meal, and you can easily create it whenever you are in a rush or are simply too busy to cook something. 

Ingredients include: Shin ramen packet, egg, and American cheese.

Sriracha lovers rejoice for this will be one of your new favorite dishes. Do remember that you need dark soy sauce, and in a pinch, use oyster sauce instead. Save the water from the noodle-cooking water to loosen the sauce and noodles.

Ingredients include: Sriracha, brown sugar, oyster sauce, minced garlic, and gochugaru.

Another mix of two cultures: the Ramen Grilled Cheese, which combines one of the prime foods prominent in the United States. This meal is made by cooking the noodles per the instructions on the packet, then frying them in a pan after making a base for the grilled cheese. It’s an exciting concept and a delectable one at that, as well.

Ingredients include: Cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, Shin ramen, bread, and butter

When you put two sumptuous snacks from two cultures and combine them into one, you can make a fantastic meal. This dish combines the world of Korea and America into one fine sandwich that people can enjoy. This may be one spicy meal, but it is a treat, especially for those who want kimchi.

Ingredients include: Shredded cheddar cheese, kimchi, butter, Spicy Shin ramen, and bread.

If you want a hearty ramen dish that incorporates a traditional “gui” or grilled rib in Korean, why not do so while elevating some cheap, store-bought ramen? Remember that the star of this dish is the chicken, so make sure it is thoroughly cooked. The melted, gooey cheese, Korean seaweed, and sesame seeds on top of the dish make this filling meal one to be remembered.

Ingredients include: Boneless chicken thighs, gochujang, sesame oil, curry powder, and Korean seaweed.

Ever felt like you need a scrumptious ramen dish and you don’t have all minute? Whip up this recipe when you are in a complete rush and have at least two to three minutes to spare. Prep the noodles like normal, crack an egg, sprinkle your garnish, heat in the microwave, and voila! 

Ingredients include: Scallions, American cheese, egg, seafood sticks, and Shin ramen.

The bottom line


Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a quick snack, these Shin Ramen recipes offer creative inspiration for your next big bowl.

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25 BEST Shin Ramen Recipes 🍜

25 BEST Shin Ramen Recipes 🍜

From simply spicy to gourmet and grandiose, this list of 25 best Shin Ramen recipes will satisfy your quick ramen cravings!

Ingredients

  • Sundubu Ramyun
  • Kujirai Ramen
  • Shin Ramyun With Soybean Paste Pork Belly
  • Korean Seafood Ramen
  • Kimchi Chili Oil Ramen
  • Rabboki
  • Korean Instant Ramen
  • Tantanmen Shin Ramen Peanut Butter Noodles
  • Spicy Gourmet Kimchi Ramen
  • Crack Instant Ramen
  • Saigon-Seoul Instant Shin Ramen
  • Shin Ramen Creamy Pasta
  • Deluxe Instant Ramen With Beef And Vegetables
  • Cream Cheese Shin Ramyun
  • 10-Minute Chili Oil Instant Ramen
  • Shin Ramen Fried Rice
  • Shin Ramyun Arrangement “Chilled Spicy Ramen Without The Juice”
  • Korean Cheese Ramen
  • Tiktok Gourmet Instant Ramen Recipe
  • Instant Ramen Carbonara
  • Spicy Garlic Ramen
  • Ramen Grilled Cheese
  • Kimchi Ramen Grilled Cheese Sandwich
  • Seoul And Chicken Galbi Ramen
  • Microwave Spicy Cheese Shin Ramen Recipe

Instructions

  1. Find your favorite recipe from our Shin Ramen Recipes list.
  2. Gather all the ingredients needed.
  3. If you love it, don't forget to share where you got it!

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