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      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      It seems like ramen and pho restaurants are popping up everywhere, and we aren’t complaining. While these Asian soups seem complicated to make, we tackled homemade ramen soup in the slow cooker and couldn’t have been happier with the results.

      Combine broth, soup mixes, water, brown sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger, chili sauce, fish sauce and lime juice in the slow cooker crock. Then add the pork to the crock and cook until the meat is tender.

      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      Once the meat is cooked, remove it and shred into bite-sized pieces. Add the shredded pork back to the crock along with carrots and mushrooms and cook until the carrots are tender, or cooked to your liking. Then, stir in store-bought ramen noodles and fresh cabbage. Discard the flavor packets that come with the ramen. Trust us, this broth is flavorful enough on it’s own.

      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      Once the noodles are cooked, you are ready to serve. We garnished the soup with halved soft-boiled eggs, peanuts, and extra cabbage (you can use red cabbage instead of green for a pop of color). But as far as toppings go, raid your refrigerator.  Snow peas, tofu, jalapeños, bamboo shoots - all work well and will add depth of flavor.

      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      For our tasting panel here at Hamilton Beach, this recipe was a homerun. We enjoyed the richness of the broth and appreciated that you could easily adjust the heat of the dish - some added sriracha, some didn’t. We all went back for seconds and are confident your family members will do the same. Break the chopsticks out and enjoy. 

      Slow Cooker Ramen Soup with Pork

      Yield: Serves 6
      Author: Hamilton Beach Test Kitchen


      • 1 container (32 ounces) chicken broth
      • 1 packet (0.5 ounce) white miso soup mix
      • 1 packet (0.5 ounce) red miso soup mix
      • 1 cup water
      • 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
      • 3 tablespoons soy sauce
      • 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
      • 1 tablespoon peeled and grated fresh ginger
      • 1 tablespoon Sriracha chili sauce
      • 1 teaspoon fish sauce
      • Juice of 1 lime
      • 2 to 3 pounds pork shoulder, fat removed
      • 4 medium carrots, thinly sliced
      • 2 cups sliced mushrooms
      • 1 small Napa cabbage, thinly sliced and divided
      • 2 packages Ramen noodles, seasoning packages discarded
      • 6 large soft cooked eggs, peeled and halved
      • Chopped cilantro
      • Chopped peanuts


      1. In slow cooker crock, combine broth, soup mixes, water, brown sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger, chili sauce, fish sauce and lime juice. Add pork to broth mixture.
      2. Cover slow cooker and cook on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours or LOW for 6 to 7 hours until meat is tender.
      3. Remove pork to a cutting board and shredded into bite-size pieces. Return pork to crock, along with carrots and mushrooms.
      4. Set slow cooker on HIGH, cooking for an additional 10 minutes.
      5. Stir 1/2 of the cabbage and noodles into crock, continue to cook on HIGH until noodles are cooked, about 5 minutes.
      6. Serve with 2 egg halves, cilantro and peanuts.

      slow cooker pork ramen soup
      6 Quart Programmable Stovetop Slow Cooker

      Mix and match any temperature with your choice of cooking times with the Programmable Stay or Go 6 Quart Slow Cooker. 


      Other slow cooker recipes you might like: 

      Mason Jar Meal: Instant Noodle Soup with Spiralized Veggies

      Slow Cooker Butter Chicken


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