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The creamy chicken flavor is my favorite.
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The creamy chicken flavor is my favorite.
They feel so very curly in your mouth.
I love eating Ramen all the time!! It’s an easy way to get rid of a rumbly tummy and it’s also very quick. All hail the Ramen!!
1 package chicken flavored cook as directefd
drain water and add seasoning
1 package of .99 doritoes crushed up
some cheese in a can
Mix all together with enough cheese to coat.
Trust me this is very tasty!!!!
If you desire you can cut a salami stick into it as well.
Ramen noodles are awesome! Besides being super-cheap, it’s extremely versatile! I was hoping I’d find more than 2 variations on a regular package of Ramen!
My brother’s recipe:
1. Prepare noodles according to package.
2. Drain noodles.
3. Return noodles to pot.
4. Add seasoning.
5. Crack one egg and add to pot.
6. Place pot over medium heat and stir, stir, stir!!!
Some other great and inexpensive items to add:
Add one or several – mix and match!
Cheese (countless types of cheese – get creative!)
there’s more sodium in one package of these than you are supposed to consume in a day. ick!
I finally found some vegetarian top ramen! Spicy Vegetable in a green package with a little circle that says no animal fat or animal meat (or something like that). I could only find it at the 99c store though so who knows how long they’ll have it
i’ve gotta say, shrimp are my favorite.
people tell me that’s gross, but i tell them, “hey, they don’t even taste like shrimp.”
i used to eat regular shrimp ramen (i don’t eat chicken or beef or pork, just seafood) and it was mediocre…but then my best friend’s little sister convinced me to put ketchup on it. sooooooooooooooooo good! seriously. it sounds disgusting, and it’s no doubt super unhealthy (sodium overload) but it’s delicious. you cook the noodles like normal, then drain the water, then stir in the shrimp seasoning, then put the ketchup on. it was a life-changing experience. i don’t know how i survived before.
It is once again tasty.
And, satisfying enough.
In a way.
Because, right now, I am eating it. And, it is tasty. And, going in my belly.
Today my 16 month old daughter and I had this for lunch. I made a inpromtu cold noodle salad out of just what was lying around the kitchen. It was delicious.
Here is what I did.
• Two packages of chicken flavor Top Ramen
• Canned peas
• Slivered Almonds
• Italian Dressing
I prepared the ramen according to package directions while Teletubbies was on in the other room. I only used 1 seasonsing packet (too much salt). Rinsed noodles with cold water. Toss the noodles in a bowl toss with italian dressing. Mixed in peas, slivered almonds, and a little dash of Mrs. Dash.
Put in 1 small bowl and 1 large bowl. Eaten and enjoyed.
And I thought I had nothing but Ramen noodles to make for lunch.
If your only exposure to ramen is of the “top” variety, you don’t know what you’re missing. Do yourself a favor and google “ramen+” and you should find something. If that search comes up empty you can call a few of your local Japanese restaurants to see who might have it on the menu.
Ramen comes with all different types of ingredients with my favorite being katsu curry ramen – ramen noodles with a thick curry broth and fried chicken. This may be difficult to find and you’ll more commonly find ramen with a clear broth served with slices of pork. Of course all bowls of ramen come with noodles (it wouldn’t be ramen without it) in addition to one or more of the following: nori, mushrooms, hard boiled egg, etc.
Once you have a real bowl of ramen you won’t go back to the top. Well, never say never. I have to admit, a good bowl of top ramen really hits the spot now and again.
MMMM… I love Ramen, pork is the best. A regular part of my diet… (I can’t believe I found a picture of the right one!)
well, I’m Asian. can’t help it :)
(utilizing chopsticks singular-handed rocks!)
oh ramen noodles, how do i love thee? let me count the ways…
as a starving college student, i pretty much exist merely on top ramen, i can just barely afford one a day, and that’s quite sad, i know. But other than student loans, i have no debt (credit cards, etc), my car is payed off, and i pay all my bills on time!
top ramen saved my life. i hate it with a passion, and yet, it’s soooo good.