american ramen in the packet has just the noodles and broth packet…. but in the instant-cup form, it has dehydrated peas, carrots, and corn? i mean. what is the point of dehydrated vegetables that sink????
the superior ramen is
shin ramen. korean spicy ramen. two packets - one for broth and the other with green onion and dehydrated mushrooms. and a bigger noodle cake. AND ITS SPICY!
you don’t have to add tapatio to shin ramen. but you have to add tapatio to chicken ramen..
This last Friday (11-18-11), my classmate, Coleen and I had a deal of having a spicy ramen-eating contest at school. She brought a Nong Shim ramen in a cup (the biggest) and we ate it during our lunch break. However, there’s a rule that you can’t drink water unless you’re already choking/if you haven’t finish the whole thing. Of course, I finished the spicy ramen first LIKE A BOSS. She’s planning on having a re-match, I don’t care, as long as I get free ramen. :P
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added beef, broccoli and white onion. The noodles are thinner than standard ramyun and have a light texture which was very good. The broth was better than I expected to be honest - it’s spicy and has a very nice beef and spices flavor. The vegetables hydrated well. 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 031146029181.