Saturday, February 12, 2011

Great Ways To Make Ramen Noodles Better.

Being a student myself, I have always seen what most college kids can concoct in their dorms as freshman.  Ramen noodles are the first thing that come to mind, but trust me on this, I have seen how to make plain noodles taste extraordinarily yummy. 

Take your average Top Ramen package of noodles, boil the noodles with a few chopped carrots, celery, potatoes, and a teaspoon or two of shoyu (soy sauce). If you're feeling exotic, mix some bean sprouts in as well, but make sure to mix anything in only after you have poured the flavor packet in.

If you prefer the shrimp flavored noodles, take some small shrimp, which doesn't cost anything more than a couple bucks, and boil them along with the finished noodle product, and pour in some shoyu and eat away.

Now, if you enjoy eating noodles, but want some meat instead of vegetables try this.

Take a package of beef or chicken flavored Ramen noodle and boil the noodles.  After a minute or 2 add some cubed SPAM, but no more than half the size of the can or else the SPAM won't cook properly. Then after the noodles are cooked to your liking add some shoyu and any hot sauce you like. I prefer a couple drops of Tabasco sauce or Sriracha, but you can always use Frank's instead.

If you want me to help you with making any normal packed foods taste better, leave me a suggestion in the comments.

18 comments:

  1. I have ramen all the time! Thanks for the tip!

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  2. Oh hey, I have all of these ingredients! I'm going to go try some of this!

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  3. Yay ramen recipes, these will come in handy when I go off to college

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  4. YEEEE i was lookin for a good noodle recipe thanks man

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  5. Thanks man! I always put potatoe on my ramen and then put a dab of lemon also and it tastes amazing.

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  6. Sriracha is the best condiment ever, and it's not close. Just had some.

    great post!

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  7. I'm going to go make some noodles now!

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  8. I love ramen, and that actually sounds pretty good! Hmmm, wonder if I have any left

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  9. I am going to go try this right now. Great post.

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  10. Hell yeah, dude. Very useful. Consider yourself followed.

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