Slow Roast Pheasant Ramen


Prep Time
1 hr

Cook Time
3 hrs

Traditional ramen noodles with slow roast pheasant breast.


Serving 4
  For the stock
50g Lemongrass
20g Chilli, chopped
50g Ginger, chopped
50g Galangal, chopped
30g Palm sugar
1 litre Chicken stock
20ml Fish sauce
50ml Soy sauce
  For the ramen
4x Pheasant breasts
2x Leeks
3x Carrots
1x Tin of bamboo
1x Pre-cooked ramen noodles
50g Fresh coriander, chopped
30g Spring onions, chopped


Baking tray

1. Infuse the stock

First, start infusing the stock. Bring the 1 litre of chicken stock to the boil with all of the broth ingredients. Season with soy and fish sauce, then bring back to the boil and simmer for an hour.

2. Chop the vegetables

While the stock simmers, set the oven to 160°C and julienne your leeks, carrots, and bamboo (slice them into extremely skinny strips, around 5cm long). Set them aside.

3. Season & roast the pheasant

When the oven’s hot enough, season the pheasant breasts with a touch of salt and pepper, place on a baking tray and roast for around 20 minutes.

4. Strain the stock

Saving the liquid, strain your stock through a colander then reboil and check the seasoning; it should be slightly hot and salted with just a hint of sweetness.

5. Heat the noodles

Place your cooked ramen noodles in a large ramen bowl and pour the hot stock over the top. This heats up the noodles really quickly without overcooking them.

6. Plate up

Slice the roasted pheasant breast and add it to the ramen, then mix in all the vegetables. They will lightly cook in the boiling stock. Finish with a chopped coriander garnish, and serve with chopsticks and a traditional ramen spoon.


Protein (100g)


Calories (100g)


Fat (100g)


Cholesterol (100g)


Selenium (100g)


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