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Authentic Japanese Scallop Soup with Ramen Noodles

Rated as 4.12 out of 5 Stars

"Adapted from an authentic Japanese recipe, an easy and delicious soup. Look for dashi stock in a Japanese grocery store or order it online!"
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25 m servings 291
Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Bring 2 cups water to a boil in a saucepan. Cook ramen noodles in boiling water until tender, 2 to 3 minutes; drain. Rinse with cold water to stop cooking process. Divide noodles between 2 soup bowls.
  2. Bring 2 1/2 cups water to a boil in a saucepan. Stir soy sauce, mirin, dashi no moto, and rice vinegar into the boiling water. Reduce heat to low. Add shiitake mushrooms, green onions, and ginger to the water; cook at a simmer until mushrooms are tender, 3 to 5 minutes. Pour about half the mixture over each portion of noodles.
  3. Melt butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. Cook scallops in melted butter until opaque in the middle, about 3 minutes. Put 4 cooked scallops into each soup bowl to serve.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 291 calories; 8.1 18.5 31.4 84 1446 Full nutrition

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The whole family loved it. I had to change the scallops out for beef (sea food and I don't mix) and I used better than bullion beef and added a little red pepper for some kick.

This recipe was really easy and tasted great. I used sliced white mushrooms instead of shiitake mushrooms. I could not find dashi no moto. I also added the seasoning that came with the ramen pac...

Great soup to jazz up my package of ramen noodles! I usually have a a few packs lying around for my lazy days in the kitchen, but wanted to liven it up a bit and came across this recipe. The bro...

I added shrimp.

I made this exactly as the recipe called for and everyone loved it.

This was so good. The ramen noodles tasted great!

Well done recipe. Easy to make if you can find the ingredients. Couldn't find mirin, so I substituted with a sweet sake, worked pretty well.