Follow my blog with Bloglovin

One of the benefits of living in the city, is that my kids are exposed to many different types of restaurants. Much to my surprise, one of their favourites is Wagamamas. I too love it, and it feels a little less kiddish than some of the other chains, so we’ve been quite a bit as a family.

Their favourite dish is the mini chicken ramen. It is so tasty but actually looks relatively easy to cook. I googled it after a trip there, and I was delighted to see that the website has a recipes section – I adapted their ramen recipeĀ for my kid’s taste buds and I was quite pleased with the results!


Chicken Stock
a chicken breast
Salt and pepper
Grated Carrot
Spinach (or other greens of choice)
Sweetcorn (frozen or tinned)
Handful of bean sprouts
Soy sauce and Nom Pla Sauce – if required for extra flavour


1. Lightly oil a pan, and gently grill the chicken until cooked (you can add seasoning here if you wish)
2. Cook the noodles as per the instructions on packet
3. Boil the chicken stock, then add the cooked chicken and gentle simmer for a minute or two to add to the flavour
4. Add in your greens and veg, and also simmer for a minute.
5. Spoon the noodles into a bowl, add the chicken, then pour over the stock and vegetables
6. Lastly add the grated carrot and bean sprouts (my kids prefer them raw and crunchy!)

It is THAT easy!

When I asked my kids how it was, my daughter replied it was lovely wintery supper as it was so warm and filling. So, we have added to the list of acceptable teas in our house!

Give it a try and let us know how your kids liked it!


If you like this post, also read Melissa’s Let them eat salad or give Vix some inspiration on kid tea ideas here:

mini chicken ramen, wagamamas, wagamamas at home, kids supper, kids tea, cooking for kids,