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    Thread created on 05:01:34 - 20/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    Last replied 05:13:57 - 14/09/15 (8 years ago)
    Alright so, there's always been a stereotype that Ramen Noodles are usually used by people who are broke, mainly because they only cost $0.20 per pack. But, I don't know if I'm the only one, but I actually -LOVE- them. But, I usually cook them differently. Usually, I cook them in the stove on a pot, get them boiling. Then, I strain them out and put them in a frying pan with some Teriaki, some Soy, a little bit of garlic, onions, hot sauce, and pineapples, and it usually comes out amazingly.

    Anyone else do anything like this with their Ramen. I'd love to see some "recipes" i guess...
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    Posted on 02:24:46 - 21/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    Haven't had ramen since college.  I used to eat them right out of the package without cooking them.  Crunchy snack for watching TV.  Weird?
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    Posted on 20:20:13 - 21/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    A friend of mine from High School used to bring a pack of them in with him and eat them like that during class. Ahah, I've never tried it, but it just really doesn't look appetizing to me like that. Maybe I'll have to try it sometime.
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    Posted on 22:41:16 - 21/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    Ramen is only good with the soup and with what ever is in the fridge.
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    Posted on 00:27:47 - 22/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    i make mine with some fish sauce, nori, and daikon before adding the noodles, and once its done i might add an egg or 2 (either let them sit and poach or break them and mix it in good)
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    Posted on 11:35:53 - 22/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    Try using it with dashi, shiitake and random vegetables

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    Posted on 23:25:10 - 29/04/15 (9 years ago)
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    I used to dump a bunch of cheese in--nice for a change of pace
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    Posted on 01:18:50 - 04/05/15 (9 years ago)
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    i'm a firm believer in "slow food"  but my one, and only, instant food sin is instant ramen  ... 

    if i'm actually cooking then my choice is usually chinese egg noodles

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    Posted on 22:23:20 - 12/05/15 (9 years ago)
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    It's supposed to be really bad for you, but I quite like ramen. And I'm a student, so heck. 

    I usually add frozen vegetables and some jalapenos. And at the end drizzle with a bit of sesame oil. Yum. I mainly fry it, rather than have soup.

    I've tried it with cheese, but it just feels wrong to me.
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    Posted on 05:13:57 - 14/09/15 (8 years ago)
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    I avoid top ramen at all cost lol. I usually go for a brand called Sapporo Ichiban (Red or Miso) which usually cost .60-.95 and just add a egg, ham and green onions and keep it simple. If you don't mind spending 1.75-2.25 per packet, then Chuuka Zanmai series from the Myojo brand si pretty good.
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