What is your favorite Ramen flavor/toppings?

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#1 k0r3aN_pR1d3
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I just cooked up some Ramen with Eggs + Bacon Strips + Pepperoni + Tuna + Onions and it turned out pretty delicious.

Any other recipes you guys enjoy?

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#2 Pirate700
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That sounds disgusting. Anyway, chicken.

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#3 hamstergeddon
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I like sprinkling on some cheese. It melts upon contact with the steamy Ramen and makes it awesome. Oh yeah, that and baby fetuses
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#4 Big_Bad_Sad
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Is ramen just the same as super noodles?
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#5 cjek
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What's ramen?
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#6 raven_squad
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Yeah....wow. That sounds like a big bowl of garbage. I just go for the creamy chicken or picante chicken flavored Ramen, and eat it by itself. :P
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#7 Theokhoth
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I have never, ever, in my entire life, put anything but the little packets of chicken flavoring into my Ramen. Ever. Now I want to try a hundred dozen things. Thanks a lot for the upcoming ruined lunches and food poisonings.
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#8 heysharpshooter
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Beef, with a little bit of butter... makes the noodles cook better, but yeah I don' stick anything else in.

Chicken flavor makes me physically ill just to smell it...

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#9 FFCYAN
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I have never, ever, in my entire life, put anything but the little packets of chicken flavoring into my Ramen. Ever. Now I want to try a hundred dozen things. Thanks a lot for the upcoming ruined lunches and food poisonings.Theokhoth
The Ramen itself is the poison source. There's more sodium in a packet than a bag of potato chips..........

I add cheese.

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#10 aransom
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I like the beef flavored ramen the best. Take two packages of ramen. Throw away one set of noodles (they only cost 12 cents, so it's no big deal), then you can put double dust on the remaining set of noodles. Delicious, and I didn't have to throw in any crappy vegetables.

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#11 raven_squad
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I like the beef flavored ramen the best. Take two packages of ramen. Throw away one set of noodles (they only cost 12 cents, so it's no big deal), then you can put double dust on the remaining set of noodles. Delicious, and I didn't have to throw in any crappy vegetables.

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And I thought one package of the seasoning was heart killingly salty....
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#12 hammerofcrom
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I found some sort of Spice Chicken flavor when I lived in Florida (Chili Chicken might have been the name), that stuff mas pretty darn good (considering it was college, and I had to live off them for a week, a flavor like that was like a gift from Jesus). but yeah, I don't usually add anything to my Ramen other than a flavor packet.

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#13 cjek
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Right I'm guessing then that ramen is just the American word for instant noodles. I never add anything to be honest, I just use the sachet of flavouring that comes with them. I only eat Tesco Value instant noodles though, because the portion size is just right, they don't taste like dough, and they cost 9p (14¢) a pack.

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#14 hammerofcrom
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Right I'm guessing then that ramen is just the American word for instant noodles. I never add anything to be honest, I just use the sachet of flavouring that comes with them. I only eat Tesco Value instant noodles though, because the portion size is just right, they don't taste like dough, and they cost 9p (14¢) a pack.

cjek

yeah, it's just instant noodles. everyone calls them ramen because, well you should be ble to guess by the pic.

(because who the hell wants to say Maruchan brand instant Ramen Noodles)

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#15 megagene
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Right I'm guessing then that ramen is just the American word for instant noodles. I never add anything to be honest, I just use the sachet of flavouring that comes with them. I only eat Tesco Value instant noodles though, because the portion size is just right, they don't taste like dough, and they cost 9p (14¢) a pack.

cjek
Well actually "instant noodles" is the American word for the Japanese word, "ramen". But yeah, close enough.
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#16 Second_Rook
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I like to add peas and corn to oriental flavor. I don't add meat cuz ramen is something that I make out of an unwillingness to do any actual preparation.
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#17 CRS98
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Maruchan Oriental with a raw egg cracked in while it's hot and steamy.
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#18 Big_Bad_Sad
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Right I'm guessing then that ramen is just the American word for instant noodles. I never add anything to be honest, I just use the sachet of flavouring that comes with them. I only eat Tesco Value instant noodles though, because the portion size is just right, they don't taste like dough, and they cost 9p (14¢) a pack.

cjek
Why would anyone put an egg with that?
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#19 deactivated-6016f2513d412
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I don't eat a lot of ramen. I mostly like the chicken flavor.
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#20 Lobster_Ear
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Shrimp. I don't care for the other flavors at all.
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#21 aransom
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Shrimp. I don't care for the other flavors at all.Lobster_Ear
Well, whatever floats your boat. I don't trust those little reconstituted shrimp.

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#22 CRS98
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[QUOTE="Lobster_Ear"]Shrimp. I don't care for the other flavors at all.aransom

Well, whatever floats your boat. I don't trust those little reconstituted shrimp.

It also tastes like boring. The ramen flavor I mean.
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#23 PeaceChild90
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Oriental flavor is my favorite. ;)

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#24 tester962
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Cook up a beef pot pie and put it on top of ramen noodles.
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#25 Sajedene
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Beef ramen or Chicken ramen w/ eggs.
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#26 MasterKingMP
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Shrimp is the best. Chili is not bad, it's kinda spicy.

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#27 AirGuitarist87
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Soft boiled egg and either chicken or fish balls.
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#28 Acemaster27
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beef.
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boiled eggs and spam

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#30 Lobster_Ear
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Soft boiled egg and either chicken or fish balls.AirGuitarist87
lol......fish balls
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#31 k0r3aN_pR1d3
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My favorite base ramen, Shin Ramen :D (though it isn't very spicy, i add in thai peppers usually for a extra punch!)

kimchi ramen ftw :3

tomorrow i will redo my seafood ramen with tuna, mackerel, and octopus legs.

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#32 spawnassasin
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shrimp

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#33 worthyofnote
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Chicken ramen with diced chicken breast strips, veggies, and hardboiled eggs. Good stuff. Same with the beef and shrimp flavors.

Then there is my favorite creation of my own - chicken ramen with chicken strips, teriyaki sauce, hot sauce, and cheese.

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#34 martialbullet
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For instant ramen I like beef, oriental or shrimp w/ green onions, egg and tender beef cuts (sometimes).

reamen cuts

and spicy beef if done right.

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#35 Shad0ki11
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I usually add Sriracha to Ramen. The other night I tried sriracha and a tiny bit of lime juice. It turned out pretty well.

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#36 worthyofnote
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I usually add Sriracha to Ramen. The other night I tried sriracha and a tiny bit of lime juice. It turned out pretty well.

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I love Sriracha!
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#38 raiden509
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Chicken ramen with a diced up seasoned chicken breast so goood .

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#39 Assassin1349
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This one.

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#40 JustBeingFrank
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Chili is my favorite flavor.
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#41 VXLbeast
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[QUOTE="worthyofnote"][QUOTE="Shad0ki11"]

I usually add Sriracha to Ramen. The other night I tried sriracha and a tiny bit of lime juice. It turned out pretty well.

I love Sriracha!

My parents just bougnt some Srirachai! Its different, never had anything like it. But, I haver never tried it in Ramen...I think I will do that sometime. My favorite is Beef Ramen with a small amont of peas mixed in, not overcooked, so they are still firm. Yuuuuum! I like an Ice cold glass of Doctor Pepper with it as well. One time I tried adding Parmesan Cheese (it sounded good), but I couldn't even taste it...oh well.