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    Ramen Noodles

    First three years of college I go to Walmart to buy Ramen and have the choice of Chicken, Creamy Chicken, or Beef.

    Went to Walmart a couple of weeks ago. See Chicken, Creamy Chicken, and Beef.

    Take a closer look.

    Chili and Shrimp flavors have been added. Shrimp is just like chicken and beef - alright tasting but not the same as actual shrimp, chicken, or beef.

    Oh my God Chili. I feel like I'm eating a hot bowl of actual Chili. It's delicious. And less than a quarter. It's super spicy. My nose runs every time I eat it.

    Ramen - I praise you for adding to your flavors. The selection is wonderful.

    What flavors would you add to Ramen?


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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    There is chili ramen now? Praise the heavens.



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    It's delicious. I've had like 15. Thats like...15 meals for 3 bucks.


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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Ive never heard of it. I know the shrimp with lime one is good. I need to go look for it now.

    You fortify that **** with bread pieces?



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCubswin View Post
    First three years of college I go to Walmart to buy Ramen and have the choice of Chicken, Creamy Chicken, or Beef.

    Went to Walmart a couple of weeks ago. See Chicken, Creamy Chicken, and Beef.

    Take a closer look.

    Chili and Shrimp flavors have been added. Shrimp is just like chicken and beef - alright tasting but not the same as actual shrimp, chicken, or beef.

    Oh my God Chili. I feel like I'm eating a hot bowl of actual Chili. It's delicious. And less than a quarter. It's super spicy. My nose runs every time I eat it.

    Ramen - I praise you for adding to your flavors. The selection is wonderful.

    What flavors would you add to Ramen?
    We take a brick of Ramens, discard the flavor packet, then wrap it in tin foil and close it almost all the way up. On the top, you fashion the foil into sort of a funnel, and pour in 1/3 cup chicken/beef/vegetable stock, some rice wine vinegar, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, red pepper flake, garlic, ginger, diced onion, carrot, siracha, water chestnuts, chicken, shrimp, steak, etc. Really, whatever you want/have on hand. Close up the funnel, leaving a little room for steam to get out, and put them in the oven for like half an hour. When the noodles are tender/meat is cooked, pour it into a bowl, making sure to get any leftover liquid. Give it a quick stir and it's ready. Very easy to make and good to eat. Not nearly as much sodium as with the flavor packet.


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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    We take a brick of Ramens, discard the flavor packet, then wrap it in tin foil and close it almost all the way up. On the top, you fashion the foil into sort of a funnel, and pour in 1/3 cup chicken/beef/vegetable stock, some rice wine vinegar, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, red pepper flake, garlic, ginger, diced onion, carrot, siracha, water chestnuts, chicken, shrimp, steak, etc. Really, whatever you want/have on hand. Close up the funnel, leaving a little room for steam to get out, and put them in the oven for like half an hour. When the noodles are tender/meat is cooked, pour it into a bowl, making sure to get any leftover liquid. Give it a quick stir and it's ready. Very easy to make and good to eat. Not nearly as much sodium as with the flavor packet.
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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    We take a brick of Ramens, discard the flavor packet, then wrap it in tin foil and close it almost all the way up. On the top, you fashion the foil into sort of a funnel, and pour in 1/3 cup chicken/beef/vegetable stock, some rice wine vinegar, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, red pepper flake, garlic, ginger, diced onion, carrot, siracha, water chestnuts, chicken, shrimp, steak, etc. Really, whatever you want/have on hand. Close up the funnel, leaving a little room for steam to get out, and put them in the oven for like half an hour. When the noodles are tender/meat is cooked, pour it into a bowl, making sure to get any leftover liquid. Give it a quick stir and it's ready. Very easy to make and good to eat. Not nearly as much sodium as with the flavor packet.
    This would be nice advice if anybody eating ramen could actually afford luxuries such as these.



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Janny View Post
    We take a brick of Ramens, discard the flavor packet, then wrap it in tin foil and close it almost all the way up. On the top, you fashion the foil into sort of a funnel, and pour in 1/3 cup chicken/beef/vegetable stock, some rice wine vinegar, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, red pepper flake, garlic, ginger, diced onion, carrot, siracha, water chestnuts, chicken, shrimp, steak, etc. Really, whatever you want/have on hand. Close up the funnel, leaving a little room for steam to get out, and put them in the oven for like half an hour. When the noodles are tender/meat is cooked, pour it into a bowl, making sure to get any leftover liquid. Give it a quick stir and it's ready. Very easy to make and good to eat. Not nearly as much sodium as with the flavor packet.
    That seems like a lot of work for ramen noodles.


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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Shrimp has been around forever. Nothing new there.

    Chili flavor I've never heard of...



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Scrap the packet and mix the noodles with a can of soup. That was a staple for me in college 20+ years ago. I prefer vegetable beef soup with it.



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Janny just turned a $.35 package of ramen into a $16.95 noodle dish.



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Anyone ever snorted the flavor packets? #yolo



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    This would be nice advice if anybody eating ramen could actually afford luxuries such as these.
    If you pay more than 2 bucks for any one of those ingredients you're paying too much. And you don't need to use all of them, just whatever you have on hand.


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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Any of the older folks out there get ramen craving here and there? About once a year I get a huge craving for some chicken ramen, mainly after talking about Friley.



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    Re: Ramen Noodles

    Quote Originally Posted by Farnsworth View Post
    Any of the older folks out there get ramen craving here and there? About once a year I get a huge craving for some chicken ramen, mainly after talking about Friley.
    Dude. You're never too old for ramen.

    Chicken ramen and Franks.



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