Ramen – delicious every time.

Translating to ‘pulled noodles’, Ramen is a Japanese favourite that’s been duly adopted by foodies all over the world.

Just in case you didn’t know, Ramen is made of Chinese wheat noodles often served in a meat broth (amazing veggie alternatives are out there!) with soy sauce.

Then, you can go all out with toppings such as dried seaweed, ginger, onions, and carrots.

Just like our much-loved curries, each Japanese region has its own style of Ramen – offering locals and tourists alike a dish like no other.

The beauty of modern life means that now, we can easily access all kinds of Ramen in supermarkets and eateries alike.

But time and resources are finite; more and more of us are choosing to make our ingredients and leftovers go further.

Not only does this reduce our food waste – it helps save a bit of money, too.

The best thing about Ramen – other than taste – is that you really can make delicious combinations in your kitchen.

What do you need? A few basic ingredients and instant noodles!

Tuck into this infographic by Ziploc to get started.