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Easy Homemade Ramen-Style Noodles

Gin Lee
Easy Homemade Ramen-Style NoodlesPhoto byGin Lee

Easy Homemade Ramen-Style Noodles

If you've never eaten homemade ramen noodles, you don't know what you're missing! My ramen pasta recipe isn't going to taste or look exactly like the dried instant ramen that you can purchase at the store, but it is definitely delicious.

  • 3 cups of self-rising flour
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 1/2 cup of warm water


In a mixing bowl, add 3 cups of self-rising flour, 2 large eggs, beaten, and 1/2 cup of warm water.

Transfer the dough to a clean countertop and knead it for about 8 to 10 minutes. Then wrap the dough in plastic wrap and allow it to rest in a warm area for at least one hour.

Once the hour is up, divide the dough into four pieces.

Working with one piece of dough at a time, roll it into thin sheets of dough.

Feed the dough into the pasta machine until it reaches the thickness of store-purchased ramen. Make sure to flour both sides of the dough sheets to keep them from sticking to each other. I like to start the setting on my pasta machine at 6, then 5, and then run the pasta dough through the 4, 3, and then 2 settings.

Making homemade ramenPhoto byGin Lee

Repeat these steps with the remaining dough. As you complete each sheet of dough, make sure that you sprinkle flour between each layer before you stack each piece on top of each other.

At this point, I prefer cutting the dough in half to make it easier to run through my pasta machine.

After all the dough has been rolled into sheets, generously flour the dough and run it through the spaghetti or linguine setting. Repeat until you've used all the dough.

As you cut the noodles, transfer them to a drying rack. Use the noodles as they're needed.

For more information on how I make homemade pasta, you can read my article "Making Delicious Homemade Pasta with a Manual Pasta Maker" here at Newsbreak.

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