Chicken with Hollandaise Sauce

Leah and I were a little lazy today, and wanted something extra fast, tasty, and easy. So we went for some chicken with ramen noodles, and added some home-made hollandaise sauce.

Extremely easy and creamy chicken with hollandaise sauce! Another great recipe with ramen noodles! You can substitute regular noodles for the ramen noodles if you desire, you will just need to spice the dish yourself.

There are a few steps in this recipe, but its not very hard at all. The only “tricky” part is making the hollandaise sauce, keep the heat low so you don’t scramble the eggs.


2 Packages Chicken Ramen Noodles
1 Chicken Breast
4 Egg yolks
150g Butter
1 Lemon


Frying pan
Pot for boiling ramen
Cutting board
Small bowl


Making the Hollandaise Sauce

1) Separate egg yolks into a small dish.
2) Wisk juice from 1/2 lemon into the egg yolks.
2) On low heat melt butter (in microwave, or in a pan if you dont have a microwave) Pour melted butter into a separate small dish
3) Add yolks to a frying pan over low heat, Slowly add warm butter to the egg yolks, wisk as you add the butter. Do not add all the butter at one time, pour a little at a time and wisk as you add it.

Preparing the Dish

1) Cut chicken into small strips.
2) Season chicken strips with 1/2 ramen noodle seasoning packet.
3) On medium-high heat fry chicken and a spoonful of butter.
4) Fry for 2-3 minutes then flip.
5) Fry for an additional 3 minutes.
6) Prepare ramen noodles per packet instructions. Do not use seasoning.
7) Drain ramen noodles.
8) Combine noodles, chicken, hollandaise sauce and the remaining 1/2 packet of ramen seasoning and stir together over low heat.



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  3. Pranjali says:

    This is such a lovely simple recipe! I live in a college hostel and i toned down on a few ingredients to suit my cooking skills :p will definitely try this out when i’m home with my mom!!

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