I have been craving all the warm foods with nourishing ingredients lately. When the seasons change our bodies cravings normally change too. In the winter, I love warm dishes full of warm earthy spices and broths.
Ramen is a delicious way to warm up your body and sneak in a bunch of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. This ramen hit the spot and its made with REAL GOOD ingredients. I used bonefide provisions bone broth which is full of amazing nourishing ingredients. Organic shredded chicken, rice noodle ramen noodles, vegetables and seasoned and flavored with @eatpluck organ meat seasoning.
Eat pluck is delicious and such an innovative way to sneak extra vitamins and minerals into your meals. @eatpluck is made with the cleanest ingredients & uses New Zealand pasture-raised stock. I’ve been putting it on everything because I’m obsessed. Normally when eating organ meats you're dealing with slimy meats like liver. And if you ask me, thats a little unappetizing. Eat pluck has found an innovative way to still get your organ meat in without actually messing with the meat. If you didn't know organ meat is rich in vitamins and minerals - just check out all the good stuff thats inside Eat Pluck seasoning HERE.
NOW FOR THE RECIPE
1 lb chicken, cooked and shredded
2 packets GF ramen noodles, seasonings discarded
1/2 yellow onion, diced
1 8 oz package sliced mushrooms
1 large handful spinach
4 cups chicken broth
1/2 cup water
2 tbsp soy sauce (coconut aminos/amino acids are what I use)
2 tbsp sesame oil
4 garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp red pepper flakes
1 tsp @eatpluck seasoning
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
Make the noodles as directed on the bag.
Sautée the veggies with sesame oil and salt in the skillet.
First, cook the onions and garlic until translucent and then add mushrooms.
Add spinach at the end to wilt.
Heat the bone broth over the stove and poach eggs while everything is cooking.
Once everything has cooked add seasoning and sauces to bone broth water mixture and assemble your bowl with whatever toppings you like.
I used Cilantro, sesame seeds, green onion and more @eatpluck
This recipe makes 3-4 servings.
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