Vietnamese Crab Soup Ramen

I love seafood, even sometimes the fake crab meat, although I prefer the real stuff. Also, when I looked for the Vietnamese soup referenced below on Google, it seems to maybe be spelled Bun Rieu Cua, but I’m not sure. I’ve never seen it before, so you may need to go to an Asian grocery store to find it. Of course, one may note that using real shrimp and real crab meat (if you do) would probably violate the reason you're eating ramen to begin with...

Submitted By: Sarge

Submitted From: Indianapolis

  • 1 can of Bun Rieu Cau - Spicy Crab soup
  • 1 pack of Maruchan Ramen (any flavor)
  • frozen precooked shrimp - as many as you like...
  • Imitation crab meat
  • Chinese Red Pepper, black pepper, and Tabasco Sauce to spice it up
  • frozen peas
  • 1 egg
  • Pour the Vietnamese Soup into your pot (you don't need any water) and heat to boiling. Once boiling, throw in the shrimp and crab meat. Simmer for a minute or two and then add the peas and crack a egg in - do not break the yoke. Next add the ramen and cook as normal. You don't need the flavor packet for this one