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Unread 04-16-2013, 05:14 PM   #31
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Canned pork ribs wins!
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I can't even look at them anymore. When I moved out and I was around 19 my roommate and I would frequently by them by the case. When we had extra money we would add in frozen tortellini, yum!!
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Had some left over Italian beef and remembered this thread so I boiled a batch, drained, and then added the Italian beef and a splash of Worcestershire sauce...mmmmmm
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Originally Posted by sic.semper.pork View Post
Everyone knows, the best and most manly way to eat Ramen is too, eat the noodles dry, chug a cup of boiling water, and snort the spice packet!
That was funny right there. I don't care WHO you are. That was funny.
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Unread 04-17-2013, 02:42 PM   #35
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The way I ate them in the Army, crackers and cheese warmed up in a canteen cup with a heat tab.
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I tried to doctor some up for my lunch today and remembered that some of you add an egg.
I used the shrimp version of ramen noodles, added the egg, cooked shrimp and scallions. Then added 1/2 of the seasoning pack.
It was good, not great but the egg and shrimp really helped a LOT.

Thanks for the ideas!!
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i crush them, throw away the packet, cook them in beef broth, add pulled pork, drain after a few minutes and cover with shredded cheese.
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I did this a couple years ago and the Ramen part came out quite good. So much so that the kids actually ask for it. The plate is cedar paper grilled Salmon, spinach salad with Mandarin Oranges, crushed ramen and some kind of Asain dressing, the mushrooms are stuffed with crab meat and topped with a Chipotle Cheddar and the ramen was cooked normally in water, drained and dried on paper towels and then fried to a golden brown in Sesame oil with a splash of Rice Wine vinegar. Freakishly good.

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Anyone ever tried adding a raw egg with microwaved Ramen? Like, maybe microwaving them super hot, stirring in the raw egg, then nuking a minute more? Wonder if you could get egg drop soup like that.

The whole point of Ramen to me is simply and dirtying up a pan is against my Ramen philosophy. LOL, joke. But for real, I don't think I've ever pan boiled Ramen in my kitchen.
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Now, this will be odd, as I am of Japanese descent, but, most of the Japanese ramen is really poor quality anymore. The better stuff is hard to find. Sooo, I buy the Korean Nong Shin Ramyun, in the spicy flavor.

I cook the noodles until they just come apart, remove from water. Using 2 cups if clean water, I add 1/2 of the spice packet, then 2 tablespoons of cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon pepper sauce. I then saute up bean sprouts, shredded cabbage, sliced green onions, toss the noodles into the broth until soft-ish. Noodles in bowl, boiling sauce, then vegetables. Then a soft boiled egg on top.
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Unread 04-17-2013, 06:52 PM   #41
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The trick to egg flower soup is you need a fair amount more soup than egg, and the broth needs to be moving in a circle gently. Then the egg is streamed in a thin stream into the broth slowly so it spins and 'blossoms' into the broth. It does not work in the microwave.
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Here's our favorite use for Ramen Noodles:

Oriental Chicken Salad

DRESSING:
5 T. White Vinegar 1/2 C. Vegetable Oil
3 T. Sugar 2 Ramen Noodle seasoning packets
Mix together and shake well

SALAD:
3 Green Onions 1# Cole Slaw Mix
5 T. Sesame or Sunflower Seeds 2 pkg. Ramen Noodles
2-3 C. cubed Chicken 3/4 C. Slivered Almonds

Slice Green Onions and break up Ramen Noodles into small pieces. Combine all salad ingredients in a large bowl. Add dressing. Mix well, let stand 2 hours or up to overnight before serving. Enjoy!
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I like to boil the noodles till soft. Drain, add seasoning packet, green onions, and shrimp. Fry over medium heat for 1 to 2 minutes or until shrimp is opaque. plate and serve. It doesn't matter what flavor pack u use.. but I usually use pork or beef
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Half a pack of seasoning, garlic, any meat. Ive used everything from leftover Q to got dogs. Drain the liquid after done cooking. Put back on stove and crack a couple of eggs into it. Add hot sauce to taste.
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I've not tried frying them after cooking. Thanks for the idea!!
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