Cook the eggs. In a small saucepan filled with water add eggs, bring to boil on high, and boil for 5-7 mins. Once cooked, fill the pan with ice and cool for 10 minutes. Peel the eggs and slice in half.
Cook the noodles. Cook noodles according to the directions on the package. Fill a large pot with enough water to cook four cakes of ramen. Bring to boil on high, add ramen noodles, reduce heat, gently separate cakes with two forks while still in the pot, cook for 3 more minutes and rinse.
Rinse the bok choy.
Cook broth. Add six cups of broth to the pot, bring to boil. Add sesame oil, amino sauce, and salt. Stir well, add bok choy. Boil only for 2 minutes.
Combine. Prepare four bowls, add ramen, add broth with bok choy, add the egg. Enjoy!
Don’t skip rinsing the noodles, otherwise, the broth will be cloudy and won’t taste the same.For better flavor use bone broth or chicken broth, not the vegetable kind.Bok choy is available almost everywhere when in season. If not available could be easily replaced with spinach.Coconut Aminos is a healthy alternative to soy sauce, with no GMO, and only two ingredients.Eggs from pasture-raised chickens will have a more yellow and tastier yolk. It’s important not to overcook the eggs, for softer yolk boil for only 7 minutes.To save time, cook protein in advance: steak, eggs, rotisserie chicken.Optional toppings: shredded cheese or croutons.