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Posted: 7/27/2002 10:52:28 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 10:54:33 PM EST
Why drain it? That just washes off the MGS... err... MSG ;)
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 10:54:56 PM EST
Only eat the noodles, Broth is icky [puke]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 10:55:21 PM EST
Eat it like soup.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 10:56:47 PM EST
I agree with edward. Screw the broth!
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 10:56:59 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:04:05 PM EST
You forgot the other option... sprinkle contents of Flav-o-packet on it and Chow down dry. Makes a great snack! p.s. I don't wanna hear anybody ripping on it till they've tried it! [:D]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:04:59 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/27/2002 11:05:40 PM EST by BusMaster007]
Soup. The broth helps the cardboard taste better. Oh. Those are NOODLES, not cardboard!!! edited to say: then, I go drain MY noodle! [;D]
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:05:03 PM EST
Are we ramen eaters so that we can save our money for the important things in life... like guns? [:D] At 15 cents a bag, you can't go wrong.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:09:00 PM EST
Man, you're getting ripped off. I got mine today for 10 cents a pack, for Maruchan!
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:21:54 PM EST
Ah yes, the great ramen debate, heard echoing around campuses for years. Ditch the broth. The package says Raman Noodles, not Ramen Soup. FOTBR
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:23:45 PM EST
Stuff is some nasty shit. I buy Campbell's Condensed Tomato soup and eat el-cheapo saltines when I want to go cheap. One can makes like 5 bowls worth using water. Cans are only $.50 around here. A little more expensive (about a $1.25 a day), but a lot more palatable.
Link Posted: 7/27/2002 11:24:15 PM EST
I like my noodle slurped. [url]http://www.punchbaby.com/media/laters/clips/ads/NoodleSoup.asf[/url] (right click, save as)
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 12:31:37 AM EST
Boil noodles, drain water/broth off, add little packet of flavoring/seasoning, stir and eat.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 12:36:29 AM EST
I eat mine with chopsticks so I drain off the broth, and my fav a little cold rat meat. Hey it worked for the NVA![puke]
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 1:21:16 AM EST
No, you're getting ripped off! I get ine for .08 per bag, just like the legal limit BAL. You can load up your shopping cart full to the brim for about $10! (Believe me, had some hard times)
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 1:43:25 AM EST
throw in Lots a salt lots a pepper & whatever I happen to have in the fridge at the time, (which probibly isnt much if Im eating Ramen) and eat it like a soup, the broth is good!
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 4:08:43 AM EST
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 4:13:37 AM EST
Ramen?? Never heard of it. Is it like Mr Noodles?
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 5:03:54 AM EST
Originally Posted By Stormbringer: Ramen?? Never heard of it. Is it like Mr Noodles?
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And yet another thing wrong with Canada...Mr Noodles??[;)] Sgtar15
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 5:23:52 AM EST
Well I haven't eaten Ramen in quite sometime. But I always drained the water and ate just the noodles. It's also good if you mix in some canned chili.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 6:25:34 AM EST
Somewhere in the early 1980's the soups flavor changed . The only way to get that classic Chinese Noodle flavor from the 1970's is to mix the shrimp and oriental flavors and fix a double helping. Ben
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:02:44 AM EST
With broth, basil, oregano, feta cheese, tabasco, salt, pepper, and pesto. Now that is some Ramen dining!!
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:15:28 AM EST
The broth is nasty. I keep the noodles, ditch the broth.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:43:05 AM EST
When I was 19 I was on my own and very poor. I have also eaten them dry on the way to a construction site to work for the day. Otherwise I drain them. Balming
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:54:13 AM EST
Out of a vomit basin I borrowed from the back of my ambulance. Hey, I was a kid.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 8:07:55 AM EST
Eat it like a soup. Add eggs or hot dogs or SPAM. Maybe some chopped veggies.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:12:46 AM EST
With chopsticks [:D]
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 12:18:59 PM EST
Broth, who wants a dry noodle??? [;)] Ok, around here they are like 6/$1.00, but go to like Walmart they are 2 cases for $5.00. I heard Sam's club is cheaper yet. The best is the Chili flavored than add salsa...of course mild salsa, it clears up the sinuses real fast... When it comes to save money for guns, this is the way to go....
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 12:51:46 PM EST
I leave the broth in, while heating up I dump in a can of Swanson's chunk chicken and ground pepper. Makes a great chicken noodle soup.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 5:30:21 PM EST
Anyone else think it doesn't matter what flavor you get they taste the same?
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 5:58:15 PM EST
when i was about 16 we were camping and out of water but we had yukon jack so we boiled it in that. i haven't touched either since.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 6:13:37 PM EST
I try not to eat it, but if I have to...drain then eat
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 6:19:53 PM EST
Originally Posted By Chida66: With broth, basil, oregano, feta cheese, tabasco, salt, pepper, and pesto. Now that is some Ramen dining!!
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This man has the correct idea. I CRAVE Ramen noodles. Pork flavor especially. Sometimes ya just gotta dress 'em up a little.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 6:46:27 PM EST
Use about 1/2 the water, add Herb-Ox bullion, and maybe Tabasco or other (read: WAY HOTTER!) hot sauce. Sometimes, finely cubing an old steak and sauteing thoroly before making the ramen (then toss in) is a good way to deal with the stuff that's too tough to eat any other way. I used to find a "curry" flavour (made a good base for adding Tabasco, as above) but haven't seen it in a while. Of course, here in the KSSR you can't find proper "HOT" food anymore... Hot links, aren't. My hot sauces come from back home. I don't buy peppers locally, I have a buddy back home with a pepper garden that keeps my fix supplied... FFZ
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:44:01 PM EST
Ramen Breakfeast, lunch and dinner of Anime fans
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:50:46 PM EST
i take most of the broth off. sometimes i add left over pork or chicken or strips of beef. ramen is god. if im on the go i have some ramen cups. add water and nuke it for about 2 min. it has noodles, flavor powder, and dried vegies. its quite good. ramen has to be the greatest thing ever
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 7:53:41 PM EST
Depends on the mood, I eat the ramen both ways.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 8:39:11 PM EST
WRONG - WRONG There should be virtually no broth left!!! Cook the noodles and let them sit a bit - they'll absorb most of the broth. If you are one of the CRAZIES that discards the broth, well - you are a wastestful rich person. Crazy people..... [soapbox] [:D]
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 8:51:51 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:05:37 PM EST
1. Take two packets of noodles, boil for recommended time in water. 2. Drain off water and dump flavor packets directly in noodles and mix. 3. Melt butter or oil in frying pan and get very hot. You'll probably need a good 1/8th cup to keep the noodles from sticking unless you got one of them fancy teflon pans :-)! 4. Dump noodles into frying pan and spread evenly. When the down side starts to brown, flip "entire" noodle pancake over and brown that side. Cut into pie slices and serve. To be fancy, fry up some eggs, hamburger, and mushrooms (shitakke are best), and maybe some veggies and or tofu all together, and then dump on pie slices with a bit of the juice. Verrrry tasty and noone knows you started from cheapo ramen noodles!
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:12:42 PM EST
everytime i check this thread it gets a little more bizarre. LORDTRADER: tell me aboute hte proscess of adding eggs to ramen please
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:28:01 PM EST
Hmmm, as one person commented, in Canada there are more than a few problems. Mr Noodles I believe were mentioned, a name brand, and shitty. The best is to go to the Real Canadian Superstore (I know I Know) But they sell Enough types of Ramen to make anyone happy, imported Japanese, Imported Korean, Even cheap ass Viet shit. I like the Korean, I have cases of that shit, it is more expensive than cheap Ramen, but comes with TWO flavor packets, one is straight flavor, the other is various dried vegetables And These particular noodles I like to fry and dump on straight steamed rice, usually with hot sauce as well, make s a very HOT meal [pyro]
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:47:49 PM EST
One .10 cent bag of noodles,one .79 cent can chicken and one .49 cent can stem and pieces mushrooms from "Cheapo Depot". Sautee chopped onion in pan and add 2 tbs liquid chicken broth to 1/2 amount of water. Add rest of ingrediants. Add Tabasco to taste and enjoy with a cold HARP. If cooking for date(BAM!) double the recipe.[:D]Yum!
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 9:55:23 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/28/2002 9:59:02 PM EST by schapman43]
Originally Posted By mattsd: everytime i check this thread it gets a little more bizarre. LORDTRADER: tell me aboute hte proscess of adding eggs to ramen please
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You add the egg when the water is boiling. Its really good that way. I like to add some frozen vegetables to mine when it starts to boil. I have also eaten them dry as a snack. Most of the time I boil the noodles, drain off allot of the water, add seasoning, and a whole lot of tabasco sauce. I have my parents buy them for me at the store on base. Most of the time they are .05 a bag. Here is a bunch of ramen recipes [url]http://mattfischer.com/ramen/recipe.html[/url] I found this to be really entertaining. Title: Slam Ramen Date: 04/12/01 Submitted By: Keiffdog Submitted From: Jail Ingredients: 1 package ramen (crushed) 1 bag of cheetos (crushed) 1 bag Jalapeno chips (crushed) 2 cups hot water Recipe Text: Crush all ingedients. Combine the ingredients into one of the chip bags, with seasoning. Add 2 cups of hot water. Knead in bag thoroughly until mixed. Wrap in a towel and let sit for 5 minutes. Split bag down middle to use as a plate and eat! Note: Keiffdog learned this in jail.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 10:16:51 PM EST
I like mine with a can of Campbell's chicken brothe, and some veggies, chicken or whatever that was left over from the nite before. I hate those powdered soup bases because they have too much MSG(i.e. sodium), but the Campbell's is no slouch in that dept either, but there is a bit less. The excessive MSG causes my mouth to feel dried-out which is kinda annoying to me.
Link Posted: 7/28/2002 10:25:55 PM EST
Beef Cook the noodles for 3 minutes, drain, add the powder and stir until evenly coated... add a splash of soy sauce and a dash onion salt and black pepper.
Link Posted: 7/29/2002 7:23:37 AM EST
boil noodles, drain, add butter and a 1/4 packet of flavor mix and eat.
Link Posted: 7/29/2002 7:34:04 AM EST
I drink the broth and then eat the noodles...
Link Posted: 7/29/2002 7:50:30 AM EST
Option #3: Throw it away and let the rats deal with how to prepare it! That stuff is absolutely horrible Keving67
Link Posted: 7/29/2002 9:47:41 AM EST
Like soup. I have to smash the shit out of the "noodle block" before I put it in the water though. MMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm............ramen fragments.
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