gyoza ramen

Easy Gyoza Ramen Recipe

Everyone loves ramen noodles and gyoza (Japanese dumplings); what if we combine them? That would be a great combo of spicy and savory noodles with juicy and tender gyoza (which could be vegetarian or meaty). Today we will show an incredible and mouthwatering recipe for gyoza ramen broth. You can also use frozen gyoza for this recipe but if you want to be more natural and organic, you can make authentic gyoza from scratch. If you want any gyoza recipes, you can visit our website. So let’s begin making our delicious gyoza ramen recipe.


  • Frozen gyozas (any type you want)
  • pack of Ramen noodles (any flavor)
  • egg (optional)
  • Green onions
  • Mushrooms
  • Ginger and garlic paste
  • Sesame oil 
  • Soy sauce
  • Ground chicken(optional)
gyoza ramen

Kitchen equipment:

  • Mixing bowl
  • Cutting board
  • Cooking pan
  • Chopsticks
  • Knife

How do I make Gyoza Ramen Noodle Soup?

  1. Firstly, to make the broth, add a mixing bowl and a decent amount of sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, garlic paste, and ramen seasoning. Combine all the ingredients and set aside.
  1. Now chop all the green onions, mushrooms, and any other vegetable you like, like carrots or cabbage.
  1. Take a pan and boil some water. Now add all the ramen noodles to it. after that, add all the sauce mixture and vegetables to the ramen. Once it starts boiling, add your gyozas inside and let them simmer.
  1. Once everything is perfectly cooked, pour your chicken ramen gyoza into the serving bowl. Top it off with some sesame seeds, spring onions, and a half-boiled egg.

Voila! Your incredible yet beautiful ramen and gyoza combination is ready. Enjoy it with several side dishes or you can delight in it alone as it is.

gyoza ramen

Variations and serving suggestions:

In the case of ramen dumplings, you can customize them according to your taste. But the common and most used thing is that it is served hot in a bowl. You can alter the veggies, like baby bok choy, corn, and green peas. You can also put shrimp or beef in the filling instead of ground chicken. In the case of serving, you can garnish with sesame seeds, bean sprouts, nori strips, and green onions. You can also enhance the quality of the broth by adding mirin, soy sauce, or rice vinegar.

Frequently asked questions:

Are there vegetarian or vegan options for dumpling ramen soup?

Yes, you can customize it by substituting dairy products like eggs and meat. You can also change the noodles if they are made from eggs, but mostly they are made from wheat flour, oil, and water

Can I freeze gyoza for later use in dumpling ramen?

Of course, the gyoza dumplings can be stored for them but only for 2 weeks. It is better to keep them uncooked to maintain their shelf life. You can freeze homemade gyoza too if it is sealed properly.

Is it possible to use any other dumpling wrappers?

Yes, it is not a big deal to use exact gyoza wrappers because any kind of wrapper keeps the soup soft and moist.

Can we store ramen-gyoza soup?

Yes, you can store it for one week if it is left over. Make sure that it has not been eaten before or contains any spoons while being stored, because if it has, then it will be bad.

Nutrition Facts (per serving):

Total Calories
10 grams
18 to 25 grams
8 grams
1 grams
100 to150Mg
5 Mg
70 to 80 Mg
1 grams
Vitamin C
20 Mg
Vitamin A
800 to 1000 IU
200 Mg
This nutrition information is calculated automatically, so it should only be used as a rough guide.

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