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Posted 6/2/15
boil water. pour it in.

...is there some mysterious steps i don't know about?
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2 ways:

1st; my normal way
-Get medium sized pan, pour water and turn on the stove to heat it up till it boils.
-Add the noodles
-Add the seasoning
-Add some sugar to even out saltiness
-Crack two eggs and mix it a little and let it sit until eggs are cooked
-Put lettuce in my bottom of my bowl
-Pour the masterpiece into the bowl
-Eat your masterpiece
-Enter through the gates of heaven
-Live happily ever after

(if you're the recipe does not exceed your expectations, try 2nd way)

2nd; the stir fried way
-Get medium sized pan, pour water and turn on the stove to heat it up till it boils.
-Add the packaged noodles into boiling water and let it sit until noodles are edible
-Pour 85% of the boiling water into the sink
-Put the pan back on the stove and add the seasoning(feel free to add anything else, like sugar, peppers, etc.)
-Crack two eggs and cook however you like, sunny side up or scrambled.
-Pour your stir fried masterpiece onto plate
-You can add rice or lettuce to your plate if the noodles are too salty
-Eat your masterpiece
-Enter through the gates of heaven
-Live happily ever after

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Posted 6/2/15
-boil noodles for 3 minutes on high heat.

-Cut off burner

-add seasoning pack, black pepper, cilantro, cumin, chile powder, and cinnamon (yes, cinnamon)

-whisk 2 eggs then pour into pot while stirring noodle

-put half of the noodles into a bowl and add a slice of provolone cheese and American cheese

-add rest of noodles then another slice of provolone

-pour whatever is left on top to melt the cheese

^.^ a lot of work but definitely oishi


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Posted 6/2/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

boil water. pour it in.

...is there some mysterious steps i don't know about?


Yes:
- Open the styrofoam cup
- Look at the tiny petrified pebbles that claim to be vegetables and the sea-monkeys claiming to be shrimp
- Throw it in the trash
- Go out to a real grocery store and buy your ramen in the flat dried packages that you have to use your own pot and a burner to cook

Many, including those on this thread, aren't aware of these unique tips, but starting from there, they'll perk your ramen right up!
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Posted 6/2/15
well if it's the creamy chicken, I usually cook it in a sauce pan with a slice of cheese and pepper then add some sriracha sauce
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Posted 6/2/15
Hmnnn...

-cook ramen on stove
-strain a little water out
-add seasoning
-add 1 tbsp peanut butter

YUMMY :D
Posted 6/2/15 , edited 6/2/15

artgal1 wrote:

open package
add water up to line
add veggies or meat
3-5 minutes in microwave
take out and put soy sauce on or other dressings
or sometimes just cook it on the stove
(this is for teriyaki or ramen or cup noodles)


^ this
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Posted 6/2/15
Throw away the seasoning packet, make dashi from katsuobushi and konbu. Add roughly equal portions of red and white miso. Cook white parts of green onion and takenoko in soup. Cook ramen in separate pot and strain. Add sliced age and dried wakame, then sliced greens from green onion. Put ramen and soup together, top with Onsen-tamago and some shichimi. Delicious miso-ramen.
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Posted 6/8/15
I crunch up the noodles then put in the flavour powder from the packets
then I mix up them up and eat it (is that a weird way to do it??)
no need for water! I also drink mountain dew when eating that
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Posted 6/8/15
I've seen my dad and brother take the dry noodles out of the package and just eat them right then and there. Crazy world.
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Posted 6/8/15
*I eat ramen with just the flavor packet normally, I seem to be the only one...*
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Posted 6/8/15

Masafuta wrote:

Throw away the seasoning packet, make dashi from katsuobushi and konbu. Add roughly equal portions of red and white miso. Cook white parts of green onion and takenoko in soup. Cook ramen in separate pot and strain. Add sliced age and dried wakame, then sliced greens from green onion. Put ramen and soup together, top with Onsen-tamago and some shichimi. Delicious miso-ramen.


That actually sounds really good. I'll have to try that.
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Posted 6/8/15
This is what I usually do:
  1. Cook ramen by itself.
  2. Strain ramen out to a bowl.
  3. Put some lettuce leaves on top of noodles. (The lettuce will soften and cook easily and quickly when in the soup)
  4. Throw on a couple slices of lunch meats on top of that (ham/roast beef/turkey).
  5. Put in soup base (usually right on top of the meat).
  6. Pour in the hot water. (The hot water carries and mixes most of the soup base away)
  7. Lay a cooked egg on top, best with a runny yolk. (I don't do this every time, though)
  8. Garnish it with some nori. (Only if I have some in stock)
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Posted 6/8/15
i prefer this one taiwanese pork ramen with a gooey msg laden soup base packet and a korean fiery garlic one. if i have top ramen, (which i rarely do anymore) or a ramen with waaaaaaaaaay to much salt, i will make my own soup base. i will always add at least two eggs to poach in there. sometimes i whisk them first. sometimes i break them up in the pot. sometimes i add smoked fish (i always have some type of smoked fish lying around) at the end. sometimes ill dice up a bit of hard dried sausage. sometimes leftover chicken or whatever. i always add way more garlic powder. i sometimes add ginger powder. when im not lazy, i do this with real garlic and ginger. ill also put spinach or kale in if i have it. i almost always add huy fong chili garlic sauce. if i have, ill eat an avocado on the side.
now im hungry. i love ramen.
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