Sup /b/, how does everyone eat their Ramen? Personally, I put egg, Franks redhot, and a shit load of butter.
usually just end up dumping some of the water out to make sure the flavor packet is all over the noodle, other tiems ill add some veggies if i have any green beans, peas or corn if i make it really spicy i add some light mayo
Well i make a HUGE portion of random vegetables about once a month, add random cheap beef and freeze these in 20-25 tupperware boxes. On usage i fry these portions straight out of the freezer and add ramen plus a little water, let cool off and done.
It's not a masterpiece but reasonably fast, tasty and cheap.
>look at package.
Seriously you fucking faggots, stop acting special because you eat your ramen different.
Cook ramen and add flavor packet and franks RedHot. Then in a pan, crack open like 2 eggs and start cooking them, add the ramen after the eggs partially cooked and stir fry the rest of the way.
onion, carrots, and celery (as well as egg and hot sauce).
sometimes add some powdered ginger and soy sauce as well.
either saute the vegetables first, or just go ahead and boil them.
also, i usually started by bringing the water to boil with the flavor packet first as opposed to the noodle cake, and i typically cook it a little longer to evaporate some of the broth away and let the noodles have more time to soak that stuff up.
alternatively: cook the noodles, strain them, then fry in a pan with vegetables and meat and what have you.
sesame seed oil tastes great, but smells skunky. olive oil works pretty well otherwise.
That's the easiest/best way imo. When I used to work construction a guy would walk around selling cup o noodles for $1 each and an extra 25¢ if you wanted him to put an egg in it
you can hard boil an egg, cut it in half and throw that in at the end.
crack the egg right in and stir it all up.
crap the egg, whip it a bit first, but it doesn't make too much difference once it's in the brother since it'll cook quickly.
also, you can crack the egg right on the surface and then cover the pan, and over a few minutes, it should cook.
remove noddle cake from packet
place cake in boiling water
look at flavour sachet
throw flavour sachet away
add soy sauce and cajin spices to water
boil until noodles are soft
drain off excess
place in bowl
add I small can of tuna[drained]
add chopped veg
allow to seep
Found a pic. I usually do it with ramen but this one is rice noodles.
T&T, an asian grocery chain bought out by a bigger grocery chain, and now you can often find them pretty close to each other. Otherwise, chinatown.
For frozen without broth, there's only like a couple available here, and they taste pretty much the same. As for the ones with broth, they're significantly pricer, better off just dropping a few extra dollars and going to a proper ramen place.
I like my ramen with some fresh Maine lobster mainly. I always have kobe beef laying about and'll toss that in for a nice surf and turf variation- sometimes just beef or just shrimp is meh. Also- truffles, Iranian caviar (goes great w/ pork flavor...)
Veggie wise I'll usually sautee up some asparagus- maybe some courgettes or mangetout peas...
Saffron always kicks thinks up a notch.
>barbecue sauce on ramen
First off, buying American brand ramen is an auto fail. You're doing it wrong.
Go to an international market or a Japanese grocery, and buy imported ramen.
Ad a sliced hard boiled egg, or what I do, add two fried runny eggs. Add quality chicken or beef and your choice of vegetables and fungi (mushrooms).
Like in Japan, ad sesame seed oil and/or soy sauce (I prefer both) to the broth, assuming the flavor packets don't come with it.
Lastly, also like in Japan, ad S&B chili powder.
adding any of the these will elevate your ramen game
lightly fried spam
cut up hot dogs chunks (fry before for best results)
Korean pepper paste - gochujang
red pepper flakes
Chinese dumplings or perogies
leftover roast chicken
and my personal favorite is a slice of American cheese right before eating--remember to add fewer seasonings cause the cheese is salty
If adding eggs crack them directly into the pot and envelope the noodles around them, forming a noodle blanket. then wait about a minute and enjoy!
and while we're on the subject: vinegar, ginger, soy sauce, red pepper flakes or ground, a dash of cumin, and sesame seeds go really well with crackers.
this leads me to believe that it'd be nice as a sandwich, preferably on toasted bread, maybe with some lettuce, but i've never ventured this far
I can. I did.
And I did again. Cock fag.
>cut up hot dogs chunks (fry before for best results)
>Korean pepper paste - gochujang
>red pepper flakes
>Chinese dumplings or perogies
>leftover roast chicken
That's budae jjigae
>calling someone a weaaboo
>for taking notes from the Japanese, where ramen originated
only if it's fresh feces, imported from the san fernando valley. Again it has to be fresh...
1. cut bacon into small strips
2. fry bacon
3. beat egg jalapenos tamari sesame oil and pepper together
4. pour egg mixture over bacon and roll it into an omelette
5. chop into pieces and add to ramen
veggies, corriander, ramen, gyoza, eat as soup.
Original. Regurgitate more 4chins lingo, since you obviously can't come up with your own insults.
I just said that you're doing it wrong. I didn't call OP a faggot or anything for doing so.
Just because stupid Westerners buy cheap packets of ramen doesn't mean ramen can't be quality and high end. You can be a .99 cent stake from the Dollar Store in America, or you can buy a free range, organic ribeye for a lot.
Visit Japan and go to a local, authentic ramen shop. You'll not only pay a lot for quality, but you will also wait in line for an hour.
I live in Washington, near the Puget sound and many salmon running rivers. Salmon is not expensive for me, even if I don't have the time to catch it. Dumb little tail pieces are perfect for ramen and you can buy them for a couple bucks since they aren't the best cut.
Roll it up in chips and squeeze cheese with some summer sausage. Learned it in jail, and now i do it all the time.
I was the in the store the other day telling my girl about how Chili flavor is hard to find outside of jail in a grocery store.
Anyone, Google Prison or Jail Mofongo. Best thing ever if done right.
lol, even though I like to cook salmon ramen, sometimes I'll be high as fuck just eating raw ramen with the seasoning packet sprinkled on. Wait, that's why I don't buy plain. I figured me out.
Ramen is fucking disgusting. The best way to eat it is throw it in the trash.
Also, I saw a post earlier on Facebook with a pic of uncooked Ramen that was infested with maggots. They claimed the last three packs they opened all had the nasty little fuckers. Must be a bad batch.
I don't care how hungry I am, I will never eat that shit. I'd rather starve to death.
chicken flavored ramen with mustard and pickle juice. it's the jam, my dudes.
Jumping maggots you say??
I fry up some bacon and tear it into pieces and eat it with this and add tobasco sauce
I lightly sautee the shrimp, cook some mixed veggies, and then toss everything together along with some sriracha and soy sauce. I do something similar with the roast chicken flavor too.
You make a sauce, not a soup base. 5 flavor packets enclosed.
Fried egg and some sardines.
your time will come porkaholic, enjoy the flesh and broth of swine while you can. won't be much longer
goblin man lives in crawl space/basement of people's home (they know, and he pays rent).
he uses a bucket to poop
the owners keep giving him broken laptops
he's digging more space in the basement
i know i ruined it, but get it first hand. still worth it
I mean, I admit I'm not a fan of frozen shrimp, but I live in Arizona. If I COULD get fresh shrimp I'd use em, but I am a big seafood fan so I use what I can. If there was a crab flavor I would go back to Virginia just to make it with fresh blue Chesapeake crab.
Is that not the right spelling? Google agrees with me. If not, forgive me, I am pretty drunk.
That would be fucking amazing. I might just use old bay and butter for the shrimp ramen in the future.
Yo anon, this is another anon who lives in Arizona. Can you tell me why they don't sell the crabs down here anymore? When I lived here ~15 years ago, we used to be able to get fresh crab for like 2$ a pound. Now I can't find crab anywhere other than frozen and fuck if I'm paying 10$ for a pound of frozen crab.
Pepper jack cheese
Soak whole brick Noddles 20 -30 sec in boiling water
Pull out on aluminium foil Noddles should just fold open
Put salsa on each side
Cheese on each side
Pepperoni and fold backup
Wrap up aluminium tight wrap again in to well wake 15 eat pizza noddles
Would that I knew man. I moved back here in '05 at age 18 after years in the southeast, I never saw fresh crab once I moved away from there. My hypothesis is that the drive from Virginia/Maryland is too long for the crabs to stay fresh.
Oh! Well, never seen that show, so I guess it makes sense I didn't get it. I really want any media involving Hannibal to be good, but that's more because I like Anthony Hopkins than anything else.
Shin black masterace
>Two whole eggs
>chopped green onions
>liberal use of siracha
>one slice of american cheese
>couple drops of lime juice
Nongshims noodles suck. Too mushy for my taste.
Whenever I eat ramen like Maruchan, its always too weak. I usually need to use 3-5 spice packets for each brick. Obvisiously this is a huge waste.
Hmm, my American netflix might not have it. What's the name of the show?
Everything except the american cheese seems good in this. Do you ever use meat if you get tired of eggs? Also, do you boil the eggs in the water, or cook them seperately?
Is it because I'm not a fish guy? I can stomach salmon and some mild fish like cod if it's fish and chips, but tuna seems like the epitome of "skanky fish taste", at least from the smell.
The only thing I get is a movie. Oh well, I will watch it on some other site. Thanks for the title though!
I can understand, I tried to eat tuna raw as sushi and it tasted like windex. Not everyone has the same tastes.
No seasoning packet like it often comes with, loads of scrambled eggs, soy sauce, salt and a few cut up peppers if feeling like I want to fucking kill my mouth, as the gigantic pussy I am.
just toss it in and let it cook in the soup, so fucking good.
And dude. If you leave this thread with nothing else. Try. The. Cheese. Kraft slices are good but if you have the foresight grab some deli sliced american. I swear to you, you will not regret it. To add to it I didn't even like american cheese until i tried it in ramen. Found this from an authentic korean dude at a previous job.
Eh it doesn't really have a fishy taste, at least in the way you'd normally think of
It. But yeah I can see why you'd have an aversion to it. Probably best avoiding it. I love it. I'll open up a can of tuna and throw some tobacco salt and pepper in there and go to town.
Holly shit balls, this thread is still up?
Strange that you would know what tranny dick tastes like.
Boil eggs. Peel them and put into pickle brine. Store the jar in the fridge for at least a week. Add sliced pickled beets if you're feeling fancy. I prefer sweet (bread and butter) but dill works, too.
>tell me how to soft poach an egg
OK, sure. Cook the ramen almost all the way. Turn off the heat. Crack the egg(s) onto the noodles. Put a tight-fitting lid onto the pan. Let it sit undisturbed for 3-5 minutes (depending on the size of the eggs and how runny you want them to be). The noodles will finish as the eggs cook and the dish as a whole will cool a bit (so you probably won't scald yourself when you spill the bowl into your lap). You're welcome.
It's been a while since I've eaten that shit, but I used to add
>Kikkoman soy sauce
i like to put a shitload of thyme in mine. yummy. but that's only those flavorless maruchan shitholes.
go to an asian market nearby if you can. what they have in grocery stores are nothing compared to chinamen stores. better noodles (vermicelli mmmm) with dried vegetables, oil packsas well as different kinds of powdered spice. very different from maruchan. plus they're cheap as fuck.
honestly everything in those stores are cheap as hell it's absurd. you can spend like $15 and feel like you just went grocery shopping for the entire month.
also if you see these jasmine teas they are so fucking good. it's like walking in a field of flowers.
have you tried taking out the yolk? the yolk definitely ruins it. also the water has to be VERY hot and don't stir the fuck out of it.. just enough so it doesn't fry at the bottom. just let it do its thing for like 20 seconds and you're good
They sell nongshim in fucking western grocery stores you faggot and that's the best "import" you're going to get. It's a good 8/10 with just the soup base.
OP, get nongshim though if you're not a poorfag. You don't need to go to some weeb market like anon is telling you.
>shit load of butter
Optional ingredients egg or 3 (you can just drop it in but it comes out better if you scramble them on the side), hot dogs, meatballs, black pepper, cayenne pepper, hot sauce, butter.
But the most common additions for me are eggs, butter (greatly helps the taste, but makes an unhealthy dish even worse), and black/cayenne pepper.
OR the negro stir fry.
Boil with frozen peas and carrots (or whatever frozen veggies you may want), add egg(s), when cooked dump the water and either add a buttload of soy sauce or oriental seasoning packet.
If you want them to taste like lo mein noodles, add a bit of butter with the soy sauce and let just the noodles in the the pot fry a little bit after.
Any flavor I just add a lil pepper or onions since that is all I have ever
I don't go near ramen. Fuck that shit. When I was dirt poor back in the day I would have ramen for breakfast and lunch then have a 99cent whoper for diner. The sight of that shit makes me cringe