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Make Better Ramen
How to Make Better Ramen
Regular ramen of the highest quality.
Boil water 8 cups loaded up here.
Chop green onions
Boil all the ramen noodles for 3 minutes or till soft and delicious
Strain noodles from the water.
X - DO NOT USE FLAVOR PACKS!
Add 1/4 cup of soy sauce and sesame seed oil
Stir in green onions and sauces till the seductive aroma of noodley goodness astounds your senses and then eat! ( also really good with regular onions and eggs )
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Joshua De Koker
Sesame seed oil
11 months ago
Also I did not update my photos so that is a confusing radical!
Well I really made five but it was too many noodles so I figured four would have been a better dose of noodles. Also I'm a horrible cook so accuracy is not my strong point in the culinary arena. :)
Is it 4 or 5 ramen packages? In the picture you show 5, but on the list you show 4. Thanks for the guide :)
I agree on the Maruchan, much better name. However I tend to default to just whatever is available from my local bulk purveyor.
Great ideas! thanks. Do you recommend Top Ramen? I usually use Maruchan, but I must confess that that is because I think the name is cute.
I wanna try this! Looks yummy!
Tonya @The Dieter's Academy
I think it's time I throw those flavor packs away. Good tip & will definitely apply the teachings.
Tracy Moore Jr
Awesome tutorial. Definitely going to spruce my lunch up.
Thanks for the ideas! No idea on calories but I bet it's over 7. :)
I've never used those packaged flavour packs - have you read the ingredients?! Great tips. I recommend adding frozen peas to cook with the noodles to boost veggie intake.
this sounds delish! we add unsalted peanuts to our ramen ;)
Mmmm. Noodley goodness.
How many calories
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It's a trick I learned when I lived in Japan. Drop a raw egg into the boiling noodles and it cooks through the noodles. I did this when making udon. Then you drain the excess water from the ramen and noodles.
Do you add the raw egg when you add the onion or after straining the water?
Whoa! I never thought of that! Nice '👍
I actually crack a raw egg into the boiling noodles and it cooks in through the noodles. Really yummy!
I add sliced boiled eggs to mine :)
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But...they're my favorite part!
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