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Life Hack: Ramen

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level 1
648 points · 5 years ago

If I had wanted to actually cook, I would have cooked.

level 2

Poor man's Mac and cheese. Boil noodles, drain water, add some milk and a bunch of fake cheese. Bam.

Edit: Cut up some nuked dogs for some meat.

level 3

I thought Mac and cheese was poor man's food anyway. It's like 89¢ a box.

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3 points · 5 years ago

Beans and brown rice. $10 for two weeks worth of meals.

level 3

If you really want to be lazy, you could boil the hot dogs with the noodles. Not sure how the noodles would taste after though.

level 4
6 points · 5 years ago

Done it before. Doesn't really change the flavor of the noodles.

level 5

That is good to know. Mac n Cheese and hot dogs are a great lazy meal.

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level 4

That's the only way to do it, no sense involving the microwave and an extra plate to cook them on.

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level 2

Exactly, and if you were going to put this much money and effort into cooking, spend the extra couple of $ on fresh noodles.

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66 points · 5 years ago

Yeah. It started off okay (add some pepper/onion) but then it went to professional chef level.

level 3

TIL chopping vegetables is "professional chef level".

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40 points · 5 years ago

Did you stop with the nazi jokes?

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52 points · 5 years ago

He's going to claim that he's stopped making Nazi jokes until one day, he's gonna drop the motherload of Nazi jokes out of nowhere just so he can say

I bet you did Nazi that coming.

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That schemy bastard!! I would've never known

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6 points · 5 years ago

Exactly. The best ramen "hack" I know involves throwing away the seasoning packet, because it's truly awful, and adding tuna and cheese. Tossing raw eggs in the boiling water sounds promising, but otherwise most of these suggestions defeat the point of eating ramen.

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I've been dropping an egg into my ramen for a while now just for the added protein. Also, try some Worcester sauce and half a fresh squeezed lime, it really makes things tasty.

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7 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Hijacking /u/Estoye's comment to give two more tips:

Drain the ramen completely and wrap it in a tortilla.

Add instant mashed potatoes while it's boiling. You're going to have to trust me on this one and experiment with how much you put in.

Source: I'm a bachelor and former Appalachian Trail thruhiker.

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20 points · 5 years ago

dude, it's spelled spaghetti.

source: mom's spaghetti

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palms are sweaty

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2 points · 5 years ago

boil one packet of chicken ramen. Drain. Add a bit of the seasoning, 3 slices cheese, 1 tablespoon butter, and a bit of milk. stir until cheese is melted. So good.... throw in a chopped up hotdog or some ham, too.

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17 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Here's the two mentioned at the bottom of the image:

Nong Shim Ramen

Mama Tom Yum Ramen

I can't speak to the second one, but I pretty much always have the Nong Shim noodles on hand, and I don't even like regular shitty ramen. That stuff is some of the most delicious soup I've ever had, and it easily passes as delicious homemade soup. It's got a nice bite to it and it's extremely filling. The "brick" of noodles is quite a bit larger than the standard ramen package, and there are several different packets of ingredients rather than the usual mystery powder.

Words cannot describe how delicious that Nong Shim stuff is. It has an astronomically high taste-to-difficulty ratio. In fact, I don't think I can think of anything tastier than I could prepare in less time or for less money.

Seriously, I love that stuff.

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5 points · 5 years ago

Mama is my jam.

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6 points · 5 years ago

Mama Tom Yum Ramen is all right. It's from Thailand, I believe. I think it has a lot more taste than the low-end ramen everyone buys for 20 a pack at Walmart. The Mama Tom Yum seems to be quite salty to me. The one sold at Walmart is shrimp based. Nong Shim is good, but Nissin Chow Mein noodles are the best, in my opinion.

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I like to scramble an egg and add it at the last couple of seconds.

And then add two slices of processed cheese.

OMG

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2 points · 5 years ago

Nong shim really makes the best ramen imho.

I really like the neoguri one:

http://www.amazon.com/Nongshim-Neoguri-Seafood-4-2-Ounce-Packages/dp/B000LQLV3S/ref=pd_sim_gro_2

It has a real taste of seefood.

And nong shim black is a classic:

http://www.amazon.com/Nongshim-Ramyun-Noodle-Black-4-58-Ounce/dp/B0061JWQOW/ref=pd_sim_gro_5

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55 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

My favorite is Mi Goreng with a fried egg and green onions. I like it over easy (or sunny side up), and then I break the yolk over the noodles. It's sooooo good.

I SWEAR Mi Goreng is wayyy better than shin, ramen or mama.

Edit: And pro tip. I let the water boil and then add the sauce packet for 5 seconds, so the sauce is easier to squeeze out; usually gets every drop out.

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Mi Goreng are the best noodles period. Especially the BBQ flavour.

level 4
7 points · 5 years ago

the bbq flavour are 80 grams, while the regular flavour and the chicken flavour are 85 grams for the same price.

you are getting ripped off by 5 grams.

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30 points · 5 years ago

It's times like these when I'm glad I don't care about 5 grams of cheap noodles.

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9 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Mi Goreng is so good, but I can't find it anywhere!

EDIT: Goddammit guys. Thank you for helping me find the stuff, but goddammit. I'm trying to lose weight, and not knowing where to find mi goreng was really working to my advantage. It's all over now.

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/r/snackexchange. There will be someone there that has it and will be willing to trade. :)

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5 points · 5 years ago

In my country, Mi Goreng is available literally everywhere, too bad I can't trade, yet.

level 5

Indonesian ?

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7 points · 5 years ago

It's ubiquitous in Australia too. 30-50 cents a pack.

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3 points · 5 years ago

You'd be hard pressed to find a supermarket in Victoria that doesn't stock Mi Goreng noodles. Amazing stuff.

level 8

in Victoria? Don't you mean hard pressed to find a supermarket in THE ENTIRETY OF AUSTRALIA that doesn't have it?

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2 points · 5 years ago

I specified Victoria because I don't do much shopping outside of Victoria, but I had a feeling it was much the same elsewhere.

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level 4

Wtf is this? Mi goreng practically grows on trees around here, could I, perchance, trade it for Tootsie rolls?

level 3

Do you want some? Mi Goreng is the cheapest shit around here

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4 points · 5 years ago

the best mi goreng is the Rasa Ayum flavour, "special" chicken flavour. dry, no soup, with a over easy egg, yolk all over with peas/corn chucked in (frozen veg are the best, last forever and totally fresh).

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For true greatness, one must also add fried Spam slices.

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2 points · 5 years ago

Mi Goreng is the cheapest and the one I like most. But that's biased, because I came from Indonesia.

level 2
2 points · 5 years ago

Pro tip, Mi means noodles in several dialects.

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level 1

Peanut butter. Makes it like Pad Thai.

Mustard is also good.

level 2

Could you elaborate on how much and when to add it?

level 3
17 points · 5 years ago

1Tbsp. Crunchy sugarless/natural PB works best IMO. A drop or two of chili oil for spicy mode.

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15 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Peanut sauce,

Two tablespoons of smooth peanut butter

Two table spoons of soy sauce. (I use lite soy sauce)

Half a clove of garlic

60ml (1/4 cup) of water

Juice from half a lemon, or to taste depending on your tolerance for lemon

Optional, to make it spicy, add some crushed red pepper or chili oil to taste.

level 4

If you're talking about actual peanut sauce then don't forget the hoisin sauce. The hoisin makes the sauce.

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level 3

A bit. While cooking.

level 4

These instructions are so clear, not one single dick was stuck in a fan.

level 5
10 points · 5 years ago

Instructions clear, noodles stuck in stomach.

level 4

Just throw it in the water?

level 5

Nah, throw it at the wall and yell パッタイになれ!

level 6
2 points · 5 years ago

...katakana force me to Google translate once again.

I can read them. I can just never figure out what the word is.

level 7

Free lesson!

パッタイ - Pattai - Pad thai

になれ!- ninare - Become (as a command)

So.. Become Pad Thai!

Google translate is terrible btw, www.jisho.org is my favourite online dictionary

level 8
2 points · 5 years ago

Yeah, I have rudimentary knowledge of Japanese and can read kana, I'm just terrible at figuring out loan words.

Even when they're super obvious in context.

(and Google translate usually provides enough information to piece things together when I can't figure something out on my own, given context and a willingness to play with alternative orders and translations)

level 3

Yeah, just do it by the spoonfull until it's thick/peanut-y enough for you. You can add it whenever, but it should be hot the the pb can dissolve.

level 2
3 points · 5 years ago

I just figured this out last semester at school. I'm eating about 2 packs a day and this just about saved my taste buds life.

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level 1

I'm sorry, but does this say to add actual orientals to the oriental flavored ramen?

level 2

Just one will probably last you months or even years if properly stored and frozen.

level 3

Yea but the human trafficking market is really pricey right now.

level 4

You need to harvest your own

level 5

You might also consider marrying one and making your own.

level 6

then its just like a garden. get it real fresh.

level 7

Like veal

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4 points · 5 years ago

That's what I did. AMA

level 3

You need a big freezer for one piece. Maybe you split it up with a few friends.

level 3
2 points · 5 years ago

Frozen oriental just isn't the same, I usually go out and grab a few every week for my ramen.

level 2

I don't know why you would you'd just be hungry again in an hour.

level 2

Not sure, but one of the things they suggest adding is soy sauce. Because if there's anything a ramen flavor packet needs it's more salt.

level 2

I don't believe "oriental" is the preferred nomenclature.

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Just drop me a PM if you don't know where to find them...

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I don't know but I fucking lost it when I saw that.

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49 points · 5 years ago

Shin Ramyun (신라면) is the best, in my experience.

Source: I'm Korean.

level 2

Shin Ramyun is best.

Source: I'm Shin Ramyun.

level 3

Account active for 1 year, 10 months. Checks out.

level 4

I trust you. You're a law student.

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3 points · 5 years ago

Shin Ramyun is best Ramyun.

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http://i.imgur.com/AVEldYO.jpg

this ones the best

it even literally has a beef packet

level 3
4 points · 5 years ago

While it's good, I can't justify double the price for specks of beef jerky.

level 3

That stuff is blasphemy. No spice at all, twice the price.

level 3

ONCE YOU GO BLACK....

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6 points · 5 years ago

I like Neoguri better.

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level 1
10 points · 5 years ago

Okay, this has to be the place where I finally answer two of my all-time ramen questions:

  1. Is there anyone that has found a valid replacement for the old tomato Ramen that was discontinued?

  2. I'm trying to find a green-colored Ramen that I bought a few years ago and cannot find anymore. If was pretty spicy, and had a rapper similar to the one on the bottom right of the OP's picture. The thing that stands out to me is that the noodles were green.

I figure both of these are a long-shot, but it's so worth asking.

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I'm surprised no one's mentioned /r/ramen yet.

level 1

No mention of creamy chicken?! Cook it, Pour out half the water, mix in seasoning, add a bit of dry mustard.

level 2

Creamy chicken is by far my favorite flavor ever. Upvote for you.

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Sapporo Ichiban is the best brand by far, especially the miso flavor.

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5 points · 5 years ago

I disagree, Nissan's 出前一丁 is clearly superior and they can be found in most Chinese supermarkets. Also, they cost about 50 cents if you buy in bulk (this applies to Shin Ramyun as well).

level 3
3 points · 5 years ago

It's Nissin. Nissan make's cars

level 1

A way I like to cook it sometimes is by boiling the ramen, draining the water, then stir frying the noodles with the sauce packet and minimal water. I would add tofu and soy sauce. Cheap and good!

level 1
149 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

If I have to resort to ramen im not going to blow money on green fucking onions.

edit: why do people keep reaponding. Someone has already told me green onions are cheap. I dont see why multiple people are reaponding.

level 2

but you can lifehack green onions and add the stems to glasses of water and grow new green onions.

level 3
11 points · 5 years ago

You can also just get a regular onion and stick it in a cup, glass or small bowl of water and that shit will grow like green onions are going out of style.

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2 points · 5 years ago

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level 2

Why? Ramen is a perfectly fine choice for a meal, you just really should do things with it since it has a crippling amount of Sodium in it.

Just because you're broke doesn't mean you're the only ones eating ramen.

level 3
35 points · 5 years ago

yeah, there's a lot of restaurants that specialize in ramen. Whenever I invite people out to eat at a ramen joint, they look at me like I'm trying to poison them. I have to explain that chefs make FRESH ramen, and not all dried packets of ramen are crap either.

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14 points · 5 years ago

There are people that haven't heard of Ramen joints? They don't know what they're missing

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3 points · 5 years ago

Isn't fresh Ramen just called noodles?

level 5

ramen is a type of noodle. When they make it fresh, its still called ramen.

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level 4

I have no idea if the guy(Gary Taubes) is right about this but why is it always a guy that is hocking a book or product that knows the entire establishment has it wrong? If profit was not a motive I would say this is a trait of various personality disorders.

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level 2

Or, alternatively, if you're going to make your ramen more interesting, use better stuff than the 20 cent packs. It's a bit silly to put actual shrimp or orientals into low-quality noodles...

level 3

What are some quality noodles? My daughter loves ramen but we can only get Nissin top ramen or Maruchan. I feel they are garbage so we only allow one or two a week. Some higher quality suggestions would be much appreciated.

level 4

There's some suggestions in the main post.

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level 2

Green onion is cheap, so are cilantro and bean sprouts, all will make the Ramen better.

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5 points · 5 years ago

You've done it now (green onion is cheap).

level 2

trader joes near me sells a big pack of green onions for $2

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4 points · 5 years ago

If you get stuff like the Shin Ramyun or any of those larger Nong Shim Korean ones, they usually come with dehydrated green onions. They also make a kimchi flavor one with dehydrated kimchi bits.

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4 points · 5 years ago

Green onion is cheap

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2 points · 5 years ago

Green onions do not cost a lot of money. Just wanted to reapond to let you know.

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level 2

from ghetto to gourmet baby. It's all about utilising shit tht is sitting around in the pantry and fridge moreso than buying it specifically.

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Regular old yellow onions work fine, if you don't want to go too ridiculously extravagant with those fancy pant green onions.

level 2

Green onions are cheap as hell

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2 points · 5 years ago

Green Onions are one of the cheapest vegetables you can get though. Alternatively, I suppose you could substitute dried chives (since they last longer) for green onions, but it won't be as good.

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level 1

Is Ramen really as nutritionally detrimental to you as people say? Especially in the sodium category? What if you don't eat all the flavoring every time?

level 2

The package itself tells you to use less seasoning for less sodium. It's still its own meal and as long you don't eat it constantly.

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level 1

Serious Eats did a big thing on this too.

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26 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Life hacks are getting really silly.

PUT NEW INGREDIENTS IN FOOD!

Pretty much this whole sub is a joke.

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4 points · 5 years ago

I like to boil the noodles scramble some eggs and add tuna and green beans. Mix with the drained noodles and add soy sauce. My kids and I love it.

level 1

If there is a Korean supermarket nearby, you do have the option of buying ramen in bulk boxes. Popular brands like Shin Ramen and Ichiban should be available at most places. Not too sure about Japanese markets. The bigger ones are at least a city away from where I live.

Protip #2: When cracking in the egg, put it in as the final step to the cooking process. How early/late you do that determines how well-cooked the egg is. At the very most, heap the noodles on top of the exposed egg to cook. Don't stir that shit into the broth. This ain't cake batter. Go for something like a soft-boiled egg-like yolk instead, minus the shell.

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3 points · 5 years ago

Mi Goreng Indo Mi. that's my shit right there.

level 1

You know what I love? Uncooked ramen- eaten like a Rice Krispy bar.

level 2

I like to break it up a bit in the bag and add a bit of the seasoning.

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4 points · 5 years ago

One thing that wasn't mentioned - try adding a little Sesame Oil (and/or Chilli Oil) to the broth. Such an awesome flavour boost for so little effort.

level 1

/r/foodhacks might like this, too.

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level 1

I can cook fairly well, but this post is going straight to my save box.

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3 points · 5 years ago

How to make delicious ramen? Make the ramen with a little bit of water in the skillet then add Alfredo sauce and the seasoning package. Viola, your ass just made some serious gourmet shit.

level 1

Where can I get some freshly ground?

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level 1

Get a bottle of good teryaki sauce. Drain the broth and sautee it for a little bit. Makes it more like lo mein

level 1

As a white male who's noodle endeavours(lol) usually end with a trip to the local to buy SuperNoodles, reading this thread has made me invest in some Shim Ramyun Hot and Spicy, £20's worth. Reddit, I'm counting on you.

level 1

I pity you non Asian to not know the true form or his other form.

level 2

He's going super ramen!

Also, I'm non-asian, but have had real ramen, and still will make some awful "ramen" every now and then. It's simple and not so bad with just like half the flavour packet, some hot sauce and basically poaching an egg in it when it's almost done. This post all seems like a lot of work though.

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3 points · 5 years ago

Seen this before, it's really good info. Use an egg, make it breakfast! The great thing about Ramen is you can do almost anything to it.

Also check out this awesome website http://www.theramenrater.com/

I used it to find some really good Ramen at Jungle Jims.

level 1

Ramen is like Level 2 Bouillon Cubes

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7 points · 5 years ago · edited 5 years ago

Listen guys.

Guys. Listen.

MOPARMOGUL'S RAMEN SECRETS

"How to eat like a Baller for less than a Dollar"

*Boil ramen, flavor don't matter you're throwing that packet of salt bullshit out anyway.

*While ramen is boiling, sautee onions (1/2-1/4th an onion) in butter (or bacon grease if you're a fatass).

*Add a few shakes of cumin, paprika and garlic to season the onions.

*Once onions are starting to brown (ramen should be almost ready), add your favorite tomato based salsa (about 1/2 cup) and stir.

*Drain ramen and throw into the onion/salsa mix.

*Add more salsa as needed until it's formed an almost spaghetti like apperance, but don't overdue it!

*Crack in one egg, continue to stir.

*Once most of the water has left the salsa and the egg is almost done, slide onto a plate and add a pinch of four cheese or sharp cheddar and serve immediately. Garnish with hot sauce if preferred.

*Thank me later.

level 2
4 points · 5 years ago

Lost me at throwing out the packet of awesome.

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level 1

I seriously fucking miss Maruchan ramen. Sure it's the cheap stuff but I moved from Hawaii to Canada and the cheap stuff here is vastly inferior and twice as expensive. Fucking Mr. Noodle.

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10 points · 5 years ago

Mr. Noodle is shit, Ichiban is the good stuff.

level 3

Sapporo Ichiban is delicious, that's for sure. Also a dollar a packet which makes it harder to justify for me when Mr. Noodles is 40 cents a packet atm.

level 4

Sapporo Ichiban's Miso ramen is fantastic, but for some reason is not as common as other flavors at the store I shop at. When they have it in stock, I find myself buying a whole box full.

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Ichiban: They're Number One!

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2 points · 5 years ago

I prefer YumYum ramen!

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level 1

Mi Goreng is fucking amazing with fried egg and sliced chicken breast. It's my go to hangover meal.

level 2

I definitely cook up ramen when nursing a hangover! Nice to meet a fellow genius!

level 1

WHERE can I get picante chicken? I haven't seen it anywhere in ages.

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2 points · 5 years ago

I always add:

Left over meats garlic onion Soy Sauce Parsley

level 1

Namja Ramyun Man Ramyun.

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As a Korean who's had Shin Ramyun all my life, I never realized I've been eating the "quality" stuff.

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In New Zealand, ramen is known as 2 minute noodles.

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On a similar note: add green onions, cayenne pepper, bacon, and pineapple bits to your mac n cheese.

level 1

if you get the spicy shin kind

IT'S FUCKING SPICY

level 1
2 points · 5 years ago

Indomie is the best!

level 1

Like many a poor student, I lived on these in college. I would add peanuts for protein. Easy and cheap. Also the "oriental" flavor is vegan.

level 1

The noodles are cheaper at the Asian markets. Especially if you buy them in the boxes. We keep a constant supply of Korean ramen and Mama in our home.

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Ranch 99 (or 99 Ranch depending on your nothern/southern CA dialect) has an ENTIRE aisle dedicated to ramen, not to mention dumplings and other awesome asian food in general. See you all there!

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Yes I love that place! Fish, veggies, ramen, ginger candy! What's not to love?

level 1

the shin ramyun is fucking delicious my mom buys it at a asian market for a lot cheaper. they come in like a box with 20-25?if you eat a lot what my family usually does is add in rice and kimchi after most of the noodles are gone.

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The thing about is that it's high in sodium and way too many carbs and while it's cheap adding lots of extra ingredients defeats the purpose of it being inexpensive.

If you're going to all that trouble just make some pasta and add all the extras to that.

Or is it the seasoning packet where all the tastiness is?

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Scumbag OP: sends ramen recipes at the end of the school year.

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Or just buy instant ramen from Asian market.

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2 points · 5 years ago

Hahaha the fucking picture for oriental

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Want to make bad food better? Add good food!

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Didn't see it on the list. But add sliced SPAM into your chicken Ramen. Shit is bomb.

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This has inspired me to make some ramen.

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1 point · 5 years ago

i didn't think i could learn anything new from this but omelet mode has my curiosity

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ITT: Asians tell us how much better they eat.

Me. I just snack on the ingredients. Nothing ever ends up in the pot.

level 1

Reminds me of prison. 'The hook-up' they called it.

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Super creamy mode: Add two heaping spoons of sour cream after draining the broth.

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I also like kimchi, jalepenos (pickled or fresh), government cheese, and yellow onions. Also, I add crushed red peppers, siracha, paprika, or cayenne sometimes.

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Shin Ramyun is best.

You can trust me.

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I learned how to make the omelet ramen while in Indonesia. It is very tasty and super easy to make!

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Shin Ramyun is the shit.

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1 point · 5 years ago

Top Ramen is disgusting. I can recommend you guys some pretty good ones I've had over the past couple years that have made me remember them.

Tung-I

Nong Shim Bowl Noodle Soup (a bit more pricey, but so worth it if you have the extra cash)

Wai Wai

These are only 3, but almost any other brand of instant noodles you can find at an Asian market will taste better than Top Ramen and Cup Noodles. Also, protip: add an egg into your bowl of noodles as it's cooking.

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Where did you find these? Besides asian markets, anywhere common?

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This rules. I am a pleased bachelor.

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add kimchi if you have it.

kimchi stew ramen.

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The ramen you can only find in Asian grocery stores is fantastic. But soooo spicy.

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Ever since I got the better quality Korean and Chinese ramyeon/mian, I get sick every time I try the low quality. It is really disgusting to me now, even though I used to eat it all the time.

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Ichiraku!

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Wow, you know your Ramen

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Why doesn't this mention adding cream cheese? Instant creamyness and calories

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