If you’re not very familiar with Japanese cuisine, the first thing that comes to mind when you think of ramen is probably the cheap, pre-packaged, cup noodles that college kids can’t get enough of. While those salty, simple Ramen packets may be a quick, cheap fix to mid-afternoon hunger when you’re on a budget, they have absolutely nothing on traditional Japanese-style Ramen.

Bowles of delicious Ramen can be filled with anything from tender pork belly to healthy tofu, and while the filling possibilities are almost endless, almost every bowl has a perfectly cooked egg, a flavorful broth, and enough noodles to satisfy you forever.

Some of the ramen recipes on this list a healthy while others are downright indulgent, but no matter their ingredients, we can almost guarantee they’ll make your tummy grumble.

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1. Spicy Pork Ramen Noodle Soup

Tender, spicy pork shoulder, a plethora of fresh vegetables, and perfectly boiled eggs come together to create this overflowing bowl of ramen deliciousness. This recipe, while a little complex, is simple enough to satisfy everyone and tasty enough to become a quick dinner favorite.

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2. Spicy Tofu Ramen

Looking for something meatless but still delicious and filling? Look no further than this surprisingly simple ramen recipe. With tender pieces of fried tofu, a slightly thicker broth, and a homemade Miso paste, this recipe never fails to be absolutely amazing.

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3. Tonkotsu Ramen

The savory broth of this ramen recipe is made using chicken and pork, giving the entire ramen bowl a fatty, indulgent feel. Accompanying the broth is a few pieces of perfectly cooked pork, bouncy ramen noodles, tons of seasoning, and the ever-present boiled eggs.

Curious Nut is full of Asian inspired recipes for every occasion.

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