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These Easy Ramen Recipes Will Keep You Warm All Winter

Comfort levels are at an all-time high.

19/04/2017 1:03 PM AEST | Updated 19/04/2017 8:35 PM AEST

If you're still mourning summer, consider this huge advantage of the cooler weather: eating bowl after bowl of hot, comforting, carby ramen.

That flavourful broth base, perfectly cooked noodles and of course all the toppings -- pork, tofu, mushrooms, soft boiled eggs, nori, greens, sesame...

Thankfully, you don't have to leave the clutches of your cosy, warm home to enjoy a bowl.

Here are six easy ramen recipes to keep you warm all autumn and winter long.

How Sweet Eats

1. Bacon and egg ramen

From How Sweet Eats.

Bacon and egg lovers, this ramen recipe is calling your name. Imagine a chicken broth base flavoured with garlic, ginger and lemon grass, topped with noodles, spring onions, soft boiled eggs and crispy bacon. Drool.

Here's the recipe.

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2. Spicy homemade pulled pork ramen

From How Sweet Eats.

This ramen is not messing around in terms of flavour -- a soy and hoisin sauce chicken broth, tender pulled pork, garlicky shiitake mushrooms, nori, sot boiled eggs and chilli garlic paste. It's a delicious ramen party.

Try the recipe.

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3. Easy vegan ramen

From Minimalist Baker.

No meat? No worries. A delicious vegan ramen is possible by using mushrooms and miso for that umami taste, and crispy fried tofu and miso-roasted veggies for the toppings. It's hearty, satisfying and delicious.

Here's the recipe.

Minimalist Baker

4. Roasted chicken ramen

From How Sweet Eats.

This ramen recipe is perfect for when you have leftover roast chicken in the fridge. All you need to do is make a miso chicken stock broth and build your bowl using noodles, roasted chicken, corn, spinach and nori. Drizzle with nutty toasted sesame oil to finish.

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5. Coconut curry ramen

From Minimalist Baker.

For a little twist, try this coconut curry infusion which adds more warmth, spice and subtle sweetness to the broth. And this flavour-packed, comforting ramen requires just 10 ingredients and roughly one hour to make.

Get the recipe.

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6. Mazemen ramen with sesame ginger garlic beef

From I Am A Food Blog.

Mazemen is a no-broth ramen which showcases creative toppings. In this mazemen recipe, ramen noodles are combined with sesame ginger garlic beef, savoury miso gravy, fresh egg yolk and roasted nori. Sensational.

Here's the recipe.

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