Nagasaki Champon

Ringer Hut Style Ramen

Nagasaki Champon is a vibrant noodle dish made with thick and chewy noodles topped with pork, seafood and a variety of vegetables served in a rich and milky broth. It's comforting, nutritious and extremely easy to make! This recipe is a recreation of Ringer Hut's Nagasaki Champon so you can enjoy it at home!

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Nagasaki Champon


2 servings




30 minutes




what you'll need:

» thinly sliced pork belly » shrimps » kamaboko (fish cake) » onion » cabbage » carrot » beansprouts » spring onion » sweet corn

for the broth:

» dashi » Chinese chicken bouillon » soy sauce » garlic paste » ginger paste » oyster sauce » milk » ramen noodles » powdered white pepper

Prepare toppings

Measure and cut all of your meat and vegetables. Pork, onion, kamaboko and spring onion sliced, cabbage roughly chopped and carrot julienned.


Fry proteins

Heat a pan on medium and add oil or lard. Fry the pork until sealed and add the shrimp with a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir fry for 1-2 minutes.


Add all toppings

Once the pork and shrimps are sealed, add the kamaboko and vegetables altogether.


Stir fry

Stir fry all the toppings until the meat and shrimps are fully cooked and the cabbage and onion is slightly softened. Remove from the heat and set aside for later.


Make broth

Mix the dashi, soy sauce, garlic paste, ginger paste and oyster sauce in a saucepan over a medium heat. Once hot, add the Chinese chicken stock granules and mix until dissolved.


Add milk

Once the chicken stock granules are dissolved, turn off the heat and add the milk. Mix and heat up just before serving. (Simmering or boiling could curdle the milk.)


Boil the ramen

Bring a pot of water to a boil and cook your ramen noodles according to the instructions on the packaging.


Heat the soup

Once the noodles have a 1-2 minutes left of cooking time, reheat the broth being careful not to let it boil. (Heat to about 70°C/160°F.)



Take the soup off the heat and drain the noodles. Divide the noodles into serving bowls and add the soup.


Add toppings

Arrange the stir fried pork, shrimp and vegetables over the top and sprinkle with white pepper. Enjoy!


See the full post for more information about this dish plus substitutes and additional ingredient ideas!