Ramen Noodle Soup with Kimchi



Lately, I have been trying to include more probiotics in my diet. In that attempt, I recently bought some kimchi at the grocery store. Ever since I’ve been racking my brain on what foods I make that I can include the kimchi in. Until I decided to make some ramen noodle soup and add in the kimchi. I’ve been eating this a lot this past week and wanted to share the quick and easy recipe 🙂


What you need:

1 ramen noodle packet (any flavor)

½ cube of vegetable bouillon 

Soy sauce (optional)


Optional: parsley, mushrooms, green onions



  1. Grab a small pot and fill with water.
  2. Put in ½ vegetable bouillon. Since I am a vegetarian and the only ramen noodles we had at my house were chicken, I decided to go with the vegetable bouillon. If you’re going to be using the packet of seasoning that comes in the ramen noodle set then ignore this step. 
  3. Place noodles in the pot and let sit.
  4. Finely chop the mushrooms and green onions (if you choose to use) and place in your pot.
  5. I like to put a few dashes of soy sauce in my ramen noodles just to give it some more flavor. This step is optional. 
  6. Once your noodles have heated up pour them (along with the broth) into a bowl. Put some kimchi on top and garnish with some parsley.


I like this recipe because it’s quick, easy, and pretty inexpensive to make. I’ve been making these a lot these past few days since it’s been snowing and cold out where I live. Not to mention I’m getting my probiotics! For more info and ideas of probiotic foods to include in your diet, click here.




2 thoughts on “Ramen Noodle Soup with Kimchi

    1. Thanks, I like to use the ramen noodle packets by Maruchan. The seasoning packets can be really salty so I’ll just substitute them for vegetable bouillon or some soy sauce


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