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  • Ramen Champ

    how do u like it? some people like ramen dry?
    which i dont get. otjher people make it watery

    is there a special way that u make ramen?
    for me i call myself the world champion ramen
    noodle maker. ive seen and heard all kinds of
    ways to make it. so heres mine.

    i cant make just one packet. i usually make 3
    packs at one time. i get a med sauce pan and
    fill it to about a third of the way with cool water
    haha *my eyes are totally calabrated* and
    bring that to a boil.

    i dont have any patience so ill walk away for a
    bit and when its boiling ill add only two of the
    little packets cause all three would be real salty.

    ok then turn down the heat to medium i usually
    break the noodles in half cause it will boil down
    faster lol for next few minutes ill stand there
    and mix it up evenly. when the water gets down
    to about a quarter inch itll be almost done.

    i will usually keep turning the noodles cause i
    dont want the noodles to stick but i want the
    water to evaporate. before the juice gets to
    the bottom ill shut the heat off and cover it for
    a minute or so. get a bowl out and tada!

    overkill,, heck yeah but delicious
    thanks dad for showing me the way, teaching me the language, and not leaving my mother...*L*

    *RoUg3 MoD sTaTuS*

  • #2
    Ramen champ? I was expectingIron Chef - Ramen!!

    I can make ramen ALL KINDS of ways! Froms lo mein to alfredo to sweet, crunchy snack.
    Stroganoff, hot & sour soup, with hamburger, with vienna sausage, with veggies.

    But plain old ramen is super good when you're hungry! I leave the noodles whole and partially drain before mixing in the packet, if I'm in the mood for asian noodles. Or break them in to tiny pieces if I'm in the mood for asian soup.

    Who's up for the Ramen Challenge??
    ...it is what it is...

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    • #3
      challenge huh? lets get some more people and do this!

      my ramen is thee best and everytime u see mee ur just gonna want more
      thanks dad for showing me the way, teaching me the language, and not leaving my mother...*L*

      *RoUg3 MoD sTaTuS*

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wyo_rose View Post
        But plain old ramen is super good when you're hungry! I leave the noodles whole and partially drain before mixing in the packet, if I'm in the mood for asian noodles. Or break them in to tiny pieces if I'm in the mood for asian soup.

        Who's up for the Ramen Challenge??
        Haw! That's what I do, too, though I tend to leave very little water when I pour the noodles. Just enough for the packet to dissolve.

        Now, if I want to get really fancy, I add a couple slices of processed cheese. It melts better than the "real" stuff.

        Although... Alfredo ramen sounds like a fantastic idea. Mmm!

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        • #5
          I usually drain off virtually all the water and then add 1/2 packet of seasoning to package of noodles.

          BUT...The best ramen noodle soup recipe I ever had was 1 packet of oriental flavor ramen boiled with 1 hot dog cut up into little pieces, some shredded baby carrot, 1/2 packet of seasoning, and then when the noodles are done throw in a teaspoon of gochjuang (Korean pepper paste) - that's some good eatin'!

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          • #6
            yep add greed onion , some chopped up meat a boiled egg cut up or to the hot broth add raw egg and stir hot peppers to taste

            good eating
            Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass..It's about learning to dance in the rain. for me and the wolf

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            • #7
              drain water cook a little under done add real butter with season yum

              well until the motum glutamate kicks in,then its dang why did i eat that oh i rember im lazy and don't want to go to the store or im broke and need to eat somthing
              Last edited by 2lineCarrandMorgan; 04-11-2009, 01:07 PM.
              Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass..It's about learning to dance in the rain. for me and the wolf

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 2lineCarrandMorgan View Post
                well until the motum glutamate kicks in,then its dang why did i eat that oh i rember im lazy and don't want to go to the store or im broke and need to eat somthing
                Hee! Yeah, the MSG probably isn't a good thing, but oh well.

                Actually, have you looked at the nutritional value of those bricks? There's a whole lot of nothing in them. Then again, it's probably not something that's supposed to be eaten straight.

                But for the price, it can't be beat (and it's darn tasty to boot).

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                • #9
                  Jerky is good to break up and put in also, The broth and heat soften up jerky

                  Weather its salmon, beef, deer jerky


                  I also like to throw jerky into mac n cheese, makes for yummy sustanance


                  (My family thinks salmon jerky is the rankest stuff in the world and cant believe i eat it like i do)

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                  • #10
                    my ramen doesnt need anything ayes! i never thought about ramen with a jerky twist.
                    thanks dad for showing me the way, teaching me the language, and not leaving my mother...*L*

                    *RoUg3 MoD sTaTuS*

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                    • #11
                      Ahh... Ramen the friend of grad students everywhere.

                      Grad Student Pad Thai

                      2 pkgs chili ramen noodles;
                      1/2-3/4 c. water;
                      1 Tbsp fresh ginger root, grated ;
                      2-3 Tbsp peanut butter;
                      1 Tbsp honey;
                      3 cloves crushed garlic;
                      chopped green onion and peanuts.

                      Boil and drain noodles, retaining 1/2 to 3/4 c. water depending on how wet you like your noodles. Return pan to heat and add 1 soup packet, peanut butter, honey and garlic. Simmer until peanut butter is dissolved. Remove from heat, added noodles, stir until coated and top with chopped green onion and peanuts.


                      Ramen Chicken Slaw

                      2 boneless and skinless chicken breasts, sliced;
                      1 bag coleslaw mix;
                      1/2 c. peanuts;
                      3-4 green onions, chopped;
                      1 small can mandarin oranges, drained;
                      1 pkg. Oriental-flavor ramen noodles, uncooked and broken into small pieces;
                      3 tbsp. sesame seeds;
                      1/4 c. sesame oil;
                      1/4 c. vegetable oil;
                      3 Tbsp . rice vinegar;
                      3 Tbsp sugar;
                      oil for cooking.

                      Cook chick in 2-3 Tbsp oil and save drippings. In a large bowl, mix coleslaw, cooked chicken, peanuts, onions, oranges, noodles, and sesame seeds. In a small bowl mix remaining ingredients and 2 Tbsp of chicken drippings until sugar and seasonings are dissolved. Pour over salad and toss to coat.


                      Grad Student Lo Mein


                      2 boneless and skinless chicken breasts, sliced;
                      2 pkg chili ramen noodles;
                      1/2 c celery, sliced ;
                      1/4 c onion, chopped ;
                      1/2 c cabbage or bok choy, chopped
                      1 Tbsp fresh ginger root, grated;
                      2 cloves garlic crushed;
                      1/4 c water;
                      soy sauce;
                      2-3 Tbsp oil.

                      Boil and drain the ramen noodles. In a frying pan, heat oil and add garlic, ginger root, and chicken. Cook chicken until is about half done. Add celery, onions, and cabbage. When the onions are translucent add noodles, 1 sauce packet, water and a splash of soy sauce; stir well. Cook with until water is evaporated and noodles begin to brown.


                      Ramen with Hamburger and Peas

                      1/4 lb of hamburger;
                      2 pkg beef ramen;
                      1 c frozen peas;
                      1/4 c water.

                      Boil and drain noodles. In a frying pan, brown hamburger and drain off most of the fat. Add water, peas and 1 sauce packet; stir well. Add noodles and cook until peas are heated through.

                      One colleague of mine used to eat ramen, topped with Wolf chile, raw onions and shredded cheese. I've also seen -- but refused to eat -- ramen, with kielbassa and peanut butter.

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                      • #12
                        Cheers OLchemist! Nice variations =)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Asmajol View Post
                          (My family thinks salmon jerky is the rankest stuff in the world and cant believe i eat it like i do)

                          Shredded and mixed with cream cheese on saltines. Yummy!

                          Seriously, we had Native influenced food at a gallery night one year. The caterer made canapes with a puree of salmon jerky, cream cheese, and a touch of dill. He piped it into canape shells and garnished with fresh dill.

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                          • #14
                            now those are some ramen recipes!!

                            i wish i invented ramen
                            thanks dad for showing me the way, teaching me the language, and not leaving my mother...*L*

                            *RoUg3 MoD sTaTuS*

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                            • #15
                              i need a recipe for a navajo taco flavored ramen dinner lol
                              thanks dad for showing me the way, teaching me the language, and not leaving my mother...*L*

                              *RoUg3 MoD sTaTuS*

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