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Army Stew Ramyeon

Army Stew Ramyeon Recipe

In this recipe, a soup base was used to reduce the amount of ramyeon seasoning powder for a healthier version. You can omit the soup base if you want – use 500ml plain water and use more ramyeon seasoning powder.

You can stir in a beaten egg at step 2 if you like.

To cook and serve this directly in the pot, use a shallow casserole (I am using a 800ml Korean noodle pot) to make this dish.

Check out the ingredients and step-by-step photos on the previous page.


  • 50g napa cabbage cut to bite sized pieces
  • 1/4 onion cut to wedges
  • 3 slices carrot
  • 1/4 piece eomuk (Korean fish cake) cut to smaller pieces
  • 3 slices duk guk (flat oval rice cake) rice cake
  • 500ml soup stock (anchovy, chicken or dashi) see cooking note below
  • 1 tbsp gochujang (Korean chilli paste)
  • ramyeon seasoning powder to taste; no need to use all and can omit
  • ramyeon noodle break into half for smaller eaters
  • 2 hot dog or sausage sliced to shorter sections
  • 3 slices spam (luncheon meat)
  • 50g kimchi
  • 2 tbsp baked beans
  • cut chillis (red/green)
  • 1 sliced cheese cut to smaller squares
  • a small handful garlic chives cut to 5-cm (2-inch) sections


  1. Place the first 6 ingredients in a soup pot. Bring to a boil for about 5 minutes. Dissolve gochujang in the hot soup, then season it to taste with some ramyeon seasoning powder.
  2. Add ramyeon noodles, hot dog, spam, kimchi, baked beans, chilli and sliced cheese. When the noodles are cooked, add chives and serve immediately.

Cooking Note(s):

  1. For the soup stock, you can use a anchovy or dashi soup pouch like I did in this recipe (see the step-by-step photos). You can also use soup stock cubes, rich chicken stock (tetra-pan type), chicken consommé powder or dashi powder.
  2. Use any favourite brand of Korean instant ramyeon (ramen) for this recipe.


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2 comments on “Army Stew Ramyeon”

  1. I know very little about korean food and seldom have them too. But this one looks so delicious and appetizing that I want to try too.

  2. 料多多 – the best!

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