This will likely re-ignite the debate as to whether ramen is vegan or vegetarian, my answer is that I don’t really know and that it probably depends on the brand. Let the arguing begin! PS – Did you know that Rotel is a brand of AV equipment in addition to the yummy spicy tomatoes?
Submitted By: everettattebury
Submitted From: Sarasota, FL
- 3oz package Nissin Top Ramen (any flavor)
- 10oz can Rotel Mild or Original
- 2 Tbs nutritional yeast (aka brewer’s yeast)
- 2 Tbs margarine
This is my favorite food right now, and it’s so easy. Crumble the ramen noodles in the package, then pour in a bowl. Recycle the flavor packet for something else. Sprinkle the nutritional yeast over the crumbled noodles. Open a can of Rotel and pour over the noodles, then add about 1/4 can of water. Cook in microwave on high for 6 minutes, then stir in margarine. The nutritional yeast adds a cheesy flavor, if you’re not vegan, you could use some cheese instead.
I did a brief interview with Chris Solomon about ramen (of course). It was posted this week. As usual, my best quotes are about jail.
“I do get some crazy recipes from people in jail,” says blogger Matt Fischer, the founder of The Official Ramen Homepage. “What they’ll end up doing is open up the package and then turn up the tap water really hot, and mix it up, and then chop up a Slim Jim and put it in there, and then put in some Cheetos.
“Makes you think that the food in there must be pretty bad.”
Looks like the TV networks are clueing into the economic issues that the country is facing today and how ramen can help to solve them:
Everybody Loves Ramen
PS – This is satire.
WordPress doesn’t have an easy way that I know of to edit the site theme except to have it “live”, so I will be messing around with it today. It’s going to look all sorts of odd until I get it working. I am doing this because my old theme is about 400 years old and can’t take advantage of all the features that WP 2.6 offers.
If you’ve ever wanted to cook ramen in the microwave without getting “soup” out as a result, you may want to try this method which ends up
evaporating absorbing the excess water. Take note, this is for 1/2 brick, I’m not sure whether doubling this would work or not, so someone let me know if you try it. Also take note of the prep time here, you need to plan ahead a bit.
Submitted By: Dave Carnell
Submitted From: Wilmington, NC
- Half pack of noodles (single serving)
- 1/4 cup liquid (water, wine, broth, etc.)
Put the noodles in a bowl large enough so they lie flat. Add the chosen liquid and seasoning. Allow to soak until the liquid is absorbed, turning the cake over once. This takes about an hour. Microwave 1 minute at high followed by 3 minutes at 30% power (1100W microwave). You can also have added shrimp, tuna, cooked chicken, whatever. Turn out onto plate-cooked with no excess liquid. Enjoy!
I’ve never had Johnny’s Salt before, but I think any mixed seasoning will do. My wife came home from Savannah, GA with some Paula Deen Silly Salt. It’s pretty good.
Submitted By: Mikey Hall
Submitted From: Kennewick, Washington
- 1 fried cut up hamburger patty
- 2 packs chicken Ramen and flavor pack
- 1 table spoon of Johnny\’s Salt
- 1 teaspoon A-1 sauce
- 1 teaspoon Worcester sauces
- 2 slices American cheese
Fry hamburger and add Johnnys Salt, A-1 Sauce, and Worcester sauce. Cut pre-cooked hamburger into 1/4 inch pieces. set aside. Boil ramen, drain, and put back into pan. Add cheese, hamburger, and flavor packs. Pull through ramen with fork to ensure cheese and seasoning is spread evenly through out. After the cheese is fully melted and stirred in.. Enjoy!
A colleague of mine said that ramen noodles were on “How It’s Made” last night, or at least he thinks that’s the show. Can anyone confirm?
Update: I think it was on Unwrapped, not How It’s Made, which I have already reported on here, sorry!
Sorry the site was down earlier, it was my fault! If it happens again, there is a link to mail me about the issue, which you should do please!
Just thought I’d point out that McDonalds apple pies are not the best way to gauge a bail-out. $700 billion USD will buy you 3.5 TRILLION (3,500,000,000,000) packs of ramen at 20 cents per pack, although I imagine you could get a better discount at that bulk rate. Since ramen is about 1″ thick, we could stack this pile of ramen from the Earth to the Moon over 230 times (I hope I did the math right). At 6.725 billion people, we could also buy every single person on earth 520 packs of ramen! Or, we could give every investment bank employee a three year supply of noodles, either way, this is a bailout that I support!
Update: As I suspected, my math was wrong in the earlier posting. I forgot to convert from inches to meters when I did the calculations.