Gluten-Free Chicken Ramen Noodles

I love ramen, but it isn’t always the healthiest choice. This chicken ramen noodle recipe is a great way to make a healthier version of your favorite dish without sacrificing taste!

Prep time: 25 minutes

  • Sauté the mushrooms and garlic in olive oil for 5 minutes.
  • Add chicken stock, mushrooms, and spices to the pot. Bring to a boil.
  • Cook for 10 minutes until all liquid has evaporated.
  • In a separate skillet over medium heat add eggs (1 per person) to pan with some salt/pepper until done – do not overcook! They should be soft but not runny at this point (about 2 or 3 minutes). Once they are done remove them from heat so they don’t continue cooking in your ramen soup which would ruin it! Serve immediately along side vegetables like broccoli florets or cauliflower florets that go well with meaty broths like this one!

Cook time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Boil the noodles according to the package directions, then drain and rinse under cold water. Set aside. In a skillet over medium heat, cook the mushrooms until tender; remove from pan and set aside. Whisk together eggs and milk in a bowl until well combined; add cooked chicken sausage (if using), sautéed mushrooms and cooked ramen noodles; stir until eggs are scrambled but still moist on top of mixture (about three minutes). Add chicken broth to pan; bring to boil. Stir well before serving!

Total time: 35 minutes

Total time: 35 minutes

Preparation time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: 20 minutes

Clean-up time: 10 minutes

Servings: 2

Servings: 2

How to adjust for more or less servings: You can easily adjust the recipe by using a smaller pot, or a bigger one. If you have an eight-quart stockpot, you will be able to cook your noodles in it. But if you have a four quart stockpot, then I would recommend cooking them in two batches. That way, if one batch turns out too dry (which happens sometimes), there is still enough water left over for another batch of noodles!

To adjust for different quantities of ingredients: The amount of chicken broth will vary depending on how much chicken stock you want to add to your dish before serving—but remember that there are no substitutes for quality ingredients!


  • 1 teaspoon rice wine vinegar or white vinegar*
  • 6 oz. sliced baby portobello mushrooms
  • 2 cups of chicken stock
  • 2 eggs, beaten lightly
  • garlic powder (optional), onion powder (optional)

2 cups of chicken stock

When you’re making ramen noodles, it’s best to use gluten-free stock. This can be found in most grocery stores or ordered online from Amazon. I recommend using low sodium stock as well because the salt content of your broth will add even more flavor to your dish if it’s too salty when made with regular chicken broth. You can also use homemade or store-bought versions of these broths instead of buying them pre-made when making this recipe; both will work just fine!

In addition to the broth ingredients above, here are some other options:

  • Beef broth is often used for soups and stews where meat is added at the end of cooking time; however, if there isn’t any meat on hand then vegetable bouillon cubes may also substitute nicely instead!
  • Organic turmeric powder works as an alternative since turmeric has been shown in studies published by researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) through both vitro testing methods like cell culture assays along with animal models—including mice studies—that have shown significant benefits regarding inflammatory disease development indicators such as Alzheimer’s disease symptoms reduction rates among those who consume large amounts regularly while pregnant women who don’t consume enough results in higher rates later on down her lifespan.”

2 eggs

Eggs are a good source of protein, vitamin B12 and D. They also contain iron, choline and selenium.

6 oz. sliced baby portobello mushrooms

Portobello mushrooms are a good source of fiber and vitamin D, but they’re also low in calories. They have a meaty texture that makes them great for grilling and make for an interesting alternative to the regular ramen noodle base.

garlic powder, to taste

You can use garlic powder to add flavor to any dish that needs a little extra punch. For example, you could sprinkle some on top of your ramen noodles or use it as a marinade for chicken breasts. It’s also a great way to get started in the kitchen: if you know how much garlic powder is needed for whatever recipe you’re making and how much time it will take to make that amount at home, then there’s no need for worry!

The best part? This ingredient doesn’t require any prep work before cooking (unlike fresh garlic).

onion powder, to taste

Onion powder is a mixture of dried onion and spices. It’s a good substitute for fresh onions, as it has similar flavor and can be used in many recipes.

  • If you’re making the broth from scratch, add some onion powder to give it more depth of flavor.
  • For the chicken broth base, add some onion powder to give it more depth of flavor.

salt and pepper, to taste

  • Salt and pepper to taste

Salt is a natural ingredient that enhances the flavor of food, while pepper has its own distinctive pungent taste. It’s important to use both salt and pepper in moderation, as they can add unnecessary sodium to your diet if you overindulge!

gluten-free soba noodles, or ramen noodles (2 packets)

Soba noodles are made from buckwheat flour, and ramen noodles are made from wheat flour. Both are gluten-free because they’re made with different flours.

Soba is considered a more nutritious than ramen due to its higher protein content and lower fat content. It also has more vitamins and minerals than most other types of noodles, which makes it ideal for people who want to eat healthy but don’t have time for meal prep every day!

1 teaspoon rice wine vinegar or white vinegar*

Rice vinegar, white vinegar or any other type of vinegar can be used to add flavor to your chicken ramen. The rice wine vinegar in this recipe has a mellow flavor that goes well with chicken. White vinegar has a sharper, more acidic taste and will help to tenderize the meat as well as balance out the flavors of this dish.

This is a healthier version of chicken noodle soup and it’s quite tasty.

This is a healthier version of chicken noodle soup and it’s quite tasty. It’s easy to make, too!

  • You can use any type of ramen noodles you prefer (we used Maruchan)
  • If you want to make this gluten free, use gluten free noodles like these or these

If you’re looking for something new to try on your next rainy day, give this recipe a shot!


I hope you enjoyed this recipe! If you do decide to try it out, let me know how it goes.