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vonk
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So people say that your favorite Beatle or Ninja Turtle says a lot about you. So i figure, the way you eat Ramen Noodles may say a lot about you too.

How do you prepare you Ramen?

I crush mine into little pieces in the bag, empty into bowl, add exactly enough water for it all to absorbed, microwave it until it all is absorbed, add two dallops of butter and seasoning. serve hot enought to burn you. i call this the perfect consistancy, soft and mushy enough that you don't need teeth and it can just slide down your throat.

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Ramen Noodles = Disgusting
Ramen Noodles = High Sodium Garbage
Ramen Noodles = Too cheap not to eat when poor.

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Paul & Don.

Ramen I prepare by following the directions (to a point). Often, frozen or fresh veggies go into the water before it boils. Kamaboko (little pink-edged white fishcake slices if you've ever had Japanese-style Ramen) or ham or BBQ pork (char-siu) make good flavor additions if you've got some extra minced or chopped in the fridge/freezer. Green onions are key as the finishing touch if you haven't added veggies.

When feeling lazy, two packages of noodles, boiled, one flavor pack (both is usually disgusting).

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The Pixiest
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I dunno what it is about ramen... what ingredient that vexes me... but I get terribly ill when I eat it =(
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Let's skip the ramen and have saimin instead.
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I love ramen noodles!

I crush them into tiny pieces.
Put them in a bowl and fill to just higher than the noodles.
Microwave.
Add seasoning packet.
Add an ice cube or two.
Stir and eat.
Burn my tongue. Always.

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ketchupqueen
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Ramen noodles are great ingredients in other dishes.

They're also good with ketchup and a dash of Worchestershire sauce.

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Wow, this bring backs memories of high school (boarding school, no food accessible after 9:30pm). We all had hot water heaters and it was either ramen or Easy Mac.

I think I just dumped in the noodles and then the packet. Sigh, utterly uncreative. I'm such a bad cook, even my Ramen is boring.

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Ramen noodles have been my favorite food for as long as I can remember. I prepare them by boiling water, then putting the noodles in the water, then when the noodles are wonderfully soft I put them into a bowl with just enough water and add the sauce. I can NOT eat ramen noodles without cheese. American or cheddar it just makes it so much better. = D
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In elementary school I used to crush it in the bag, mix in the flavoring, and eat it raw.
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When I was in High School and needed a quick snack before after school practice, I would break them up in the bag and just eat the noodles dry.

Edit to add: no seasoning Celaeno, that's pretty gross [Eek!]

[ March 02, 2006, 06:46 PM: Message edited by: sweetbaboo ]

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quote:
Originally posted by libertygirl:
I prepare them by boiling water, then putting the noodles in the water, then when the noodles are wonderfully soft I put them into a bowl with just enough water and add the sauce. I can NOT eat ramen noodles without cheese. American or cheddar it just makes it so much better. = D

I do this but instead of cheese, I eat it with an over-easy egg (runny yolk and all) that gets broken apart into the noodles. Sometimes I'll add veggies.
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Noemon
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Ever stirfry them with the egg, Rusuena?

I don't eat ramen, but I do eat various flavors of Mama noodles, which are ramen[/i]ish[/i]. How I prepare them varies depending on my mood though.

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I just make it the normal way. But I don't like the cheap ramen but the good Japanese kind like Ichiban...
I don't bother to drink the broth. People in Japan would frown at me, but I do not care.

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Noemon - No, I haven't. I'll have to keep that in mind the next time I'm int he mood for ramen.
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My roommate and I in college used to make this Ramen concoction all the time. We'd start by cooking the ramen with slighty less water than required. Then when it was about done, we'd add a can of mixed veggies and some microwaved hotdogs that were cut up into bite-sized pieces. Also added were a couple slices of cheese and a good mix of whatever spices we had laying around.

We made it up one night when we were too lazy to go out and the aforementioned ingredients were all that remained in the kitchen. Turned out so good that it became a regular thing at our place.

We used to experiment with food and cooking all the time. Too much Food Network maybe. We also made grilled cheese with an iron. I recommend having a can of butter spray handy so it doesn't stick to the iron. Oh, and make sure its empty of all the water... not that I would know anything about that. [Big Grin]

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quote:
a can of mixed veggies
You ate canned mixed veggies? Why on earth? Didn't you have a freezer? [Eek!]
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Ick ick ick!

So what does not even coming within 10 feet of ramen noodles say about me?

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ketchupqueen
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Either you're really picky, allergic to wheat, or you've never had them made right?

There are lots of things you can do with them; I usually avoid the seasoning packets.

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quote:
Originally posted by ketchupqueen:
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a can of mixed veggies
You ate canned mixed veggies? Why on earth? Didn't you have a freezer? [Eek!]
Or maybe they were frozen? [Dont Know] I don't remember. The point was that they were mixed veggies. It's not like we were broke or anything. We both had jobs and lived rather well for students. I guess it was the novelty of making it. Besides, that was quite a step for me. At the time, my motto for food was basically, "It can't be good unless its fried. And if its fried, it must be good." Haha. Mind you my eating habits have changed quite a bit since then, and for the better I might add.
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I start of with Shin Ramen and Gochujang. I cook the ramen with too little water. I cook two bags with a can of tuna, an egg, green onions, and kimchi. When it is done I add a few drops of seasame oil, some more kimchi, and I put it into a large bowl with shredded cheese on the bottom.

I then add a big tablespoon of gochujang and mix it all together. mmmmm...spicy warm goodness. I think I will make some tonight!

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I usually boil the noodles, drain the water and add like 1/5 of the seasoning. Good stuff! [Big Grin]
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quote:
I dunno what it is about ramen... what ingredient that vexes me... but I get terribly ill when I eat it =(
Probably monosodium glutamate
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I eat ramen a couple times a week. I'll start by mincing some garlic and sticking it on a skillet with some oil, then I'll cook the ramen, strain it and add it to the skillet. Add some frozen corn and whatever other frozen veggies I've got and some cut mushrooms then I'll add a little tamari or shoyu. Sometimes I put a half a teaspoon of chili paste in the mix. It tastes pretty good and doesn't take much time at all.
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I make 2 or 3 packets at a time with about half the total amount of water it calls for - I eyeball this. Serve out for the kids, then add 2 or 3 raw beaten eggs to what's left in the pot and mix those in well, and continue to cook it till the eggs are cooked through. I don't bother with veggies or other meats or extra seasonings. Oh, and always chicken ramen, never beef or any other variety.
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They are great crushed up and roasted in an oriental cabbage salad that I make.

If I bother to have "normal" ramen, I stir an egg into the simmering broth.

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It's not that I don't like ramen - I really do. [Embarrassed] I just never seem to buy it...I don't know why.
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I haven't eaten ramen in years, but it was a staple when I was in college. My boyfriend at the time thought it was disgusting, but I didn't care--I liked it! And I'm sorry, but someone who eats "potted meat product" (or something like that) on bread doesn't have a whole lot of room to call my ramen noodles disgusting, IMHO! [Taunt]

I would make it just plain w/ half a seasoning packet, or sometimes used the simmering egg and/or frozen veggies methods mentioned.

And it IS great as a crunchy item in the salads a couple of you described. As a matter of fact, I think I might have to go buy myself a couple packages of the stuff!

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I cook it for exactly 2 minutes, not a second longer. Then I drain away the boiling water and add the seasoning packet (Chicken is my flavor of choice). Yummy! Once in a while I add a mixed-up egg at the end and keep the broth -- instant egg drop soup!
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Noemon
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Anybody else have ramen for dinner as a result of this thread?
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I'm ABOUT to have ramen for dinner as a result of this thread, I think...

When I make ramen, I crush it up into little pieces inside the bag, dump it out, add just enough water, microwave, drain, and then sprinkle lightly with the seasoning packet.

Sometimes I add soy sauce.

Worchestershire sounds good!

Hmmm...maybe I'll have this "Asian garlic chicken noodle" concoction...it looks like high-class ramen to me.

I just need to add some butter...

-pH

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...or diced avocado.
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Oooh I second Celaeno's raw saimin. But after you reach a certain age it kind of loses its appeal.

Now, I eat just the noodles (no soup!) with eggs and lots of Tabasco or chili water. Those little packets are gross!

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Am I the only one who eats it as a soup? "Oriental" or "vegetable" flavoured, enough water to make it soupy, boiled till they're soft, eaten before the noodles soak up all the water and go mushy and gross.
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quote:
Originally posted by Noemon:
Anybody else have ramen for dinner as a result of this thread?

They're finishing cooking (the eggs need to set) now.
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quote:
Originally posted by Eaquae Legit:
Am I the only one who eats it as a soup?

Now what does that say about you? And what on earth does how I eat my noodles say about me? I am dry and spicy?
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I only eat ramen when part of cabbage salad:

1 head of cabbage thinly sliced (or a bag of coleslaw mix)
2 pkgs crushed ramen noodles
4 cooked chicken tenders
green onions

optional:
sesame seeds (toasted)
almond slivers (toasted)
shredded carrots
bell pepper

Dressing:
vinegar (white wine vinegar is the best)
oil
sugar
soy sauce
ramen flavoring packets
pepper
nutmeg

Best if it sits overnight.

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Over at the Shvester house, we've been feeling a little poor, lately. We've been eating lots of brown rice and beans, cornmeal mush (polenta) and beans, pasta and beans, with just enough veggies to keep everything healthy.

So far, we have escaped the Ramen dinners. I don't look forward to serving that up to my family and telling them that it is a nutritious food.

I think I may just be an anti-Ramenite.

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Tante, you should check out the link I posted. There's some really cool stuff you can do with ramen.
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Are ramen and saimin actualy two different things? I tend to use the two words interchangably, but then again I am no cullinary expert.

I like my noodles uncrushed with the whole packet of seasoning added once the noodles have finished cooking.

On a related note, what utensil do you use to eat your ramen/saimin? I generaly use a fork; with a spoon I find the noodles tend to fall off halfway between the bowl and my face.

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I used to eat ramen a lot when I was away at college, but I've never really had a desire to try it since then, and I cringe whenever I look at the sodium content in it. However, a while back I bought some Thai noodles that were in a pack a lot like ramen, and they were really good. I like rice noodles a lot more than I do ramen.
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quote:
On a related note, what utensil do you use to eat your ramen/saimin? I generaly use a fork; with a spoon I find the noodles tend to fall off halfway between the bowl and my face.
...chopsticks. What else?
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quote:
Originally posted by Tante Shvester:


I think I may just be an anti-Ramenite.

Tante, you haven't been reading the Book of Mormon, have you? That totally sounds like a Book of Mormon term, LOL! (in case you have no idea what I'm talking about, there are groups of people called Nephites, Lamanites, "and all manner of ites"--yes, that last part is a direct quote--and one group of converted Lamanites gave themselves the name "anti-Nephi-Lehies")
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quote:
Originally posted by Uprooted:
Tante, you haven't been reading the Book of Mormon, have you?

Not yet.
quote:
"and all manner of ites"
I like that term! Maybe I'm a termite.
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I don't eat Ramen noodles, but I knew I had reached the true "Back Country" when I heard the following on the radio..."IGA is have'n a sale on Raymond Noodles"
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quote:
Originally posted by Tante Shvester:
Not yet.

O_o

Do you need three days to think it over?

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quote:
Posted by Celaeno:
In elementary school I used to crush it in the bag, mix in the flavoring, and eat it raw.

Heck yeah!

quote:
Posted by Friday:
Are ramen and saimin actualy two different things? I tend to use the two words interchangably, but then again I am no cullinary expert.

When I think ramen, I think 12.5 cents a pack. When I think saimin, I think restaurant style. Preferably with shoyu and hot mustard.

For ramen, I like S&S brand. The noodles are thicker and chewier, and it makes a broth about 80 times better. I guess they only sell it in Hawai'i, though, because even google search only turns up a few articles that mention it in passing.

On a side note, I feel like I should plug Asian soup spoons. They hold more than regular spoons, and the angled handle makes it easier to get that last bit o' broth out of the bowl. If they made spork varieties, I would use no other utensil.

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Okay, my Pastaroni Asian Garlic Chicken Noodles, also known as high-class ramen, came out quite nicely with eggs and teryaki sauce.

Also, I don't think I followed the directions at all.

But really, isn't that the true life purpose of ramen? Surely, the Lord hath placed it upon this earth so that college students may make use of its infinite versatility.

-pH

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RRR, I prefer rice noodles as well (although my absolute favorite is bean thread noodles). Those Thai Kitchen varieties are hidiously overpriced though. Go to a local Asian grocery store and get some rice noodle based instant soups there, that's my advice. Among my favorites are:

Rice Vermicelli:
Clear Soup (second row, first packet)

Normal-sized Rice Noodles:
Beef Pho, Chicken Pho, and Clear Soup (ie everything on the top row of this page)
Instant Pad Thai (this is what I actually had for dinner last night)

Bean Thread Noodles:
Clear Soup

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I like instant noodles. Like Chef Woo.
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