Favorite Top Ramen flavor?

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Favorite flavor?

  1. Oriental

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  2. Chicken

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  3. Beef

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  4. Shrimp

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  5. Pork

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  6. Other (post in thread)

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Aug 25, 2010

Favorite Top Ramen flavor? by overslept at 2:03 AM (3,317 Views / 0 Likes) 57 replies

  1. overslept
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    I've been eating Top Ramen for years, but I usually only eat the Beef or Oriental flavors. The other day I decided to pick up some new flavors at the store. I got pork, chicken, and shrimp.

    I tried the Chicken flavor yesterday and loved it. Really salty flavor.

    I tried the Pork flavor today, and liked it just as much. Even saltier flavor.

    I'm going to try the Shrimp flavor tomorrow. I kind of have a bad feeling about it though... nobody ever buys the shrimp flavor.

    Those are the only flavors my grocery store carries. What's your fave flav?
     


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    I like beef and chicken. SOOOO good.
     
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    Favorite top ramen...

    If I'm making egg drop noodle soup, my favorite is chicken.

    If I'm making buttery spicy noodles, I use beef.
     
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    beef [​IMG]
    i havent had ramen in a while, sounds good about now
     
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    Beef and Chicken [​IMG]

    EDIT: Went for chicken. BTW, I still have some French Cup Ramen to try. I've recently tried some USA Nissin Bowl Ramen, and I didn't like it [​IMG]
     
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    Kimchi. It's spicy and absolutely amazing!
     
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    Oh God...
    I haven't had Kimchi in FOREVER.
    I'm gonna get some now.
     
  8. overslept
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    UGH, you people and your designer Ramens.

    I live in a pretty white area... our grocery stores only carry Nissin and Maruchan noodles. No french kimchi egg drop ramen. Stop teasing me [​IMG]
     
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    Hmm?
    No,no, you misread what I said [​IMG]
    You can make egg drop noodle soup WITH the chicken ramen.
    Just need an egg and a pack of chicken ramen noodles, then season as you like.

    Don't make me have to give you the recipe step by step.
     
  10. overslept
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    plz?
     
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    Same here, the poll options are the only ones I've ever had. I voted for Oriental, though beef and chicken are very good.
     
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    Designer ramen? Kimchi is cheaper here than the other flavors! [​IMG]
     
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    I stopped eating ramen when I left college and got a job.
    [​IMG]
     
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    1. Let your water boil on high(cause the egg takes about 4 to 6 minutes to poach)

    2. Crack an egg and as a whole(don't whip it) dump it in the boiling water.

    3. Set a timer for 3 or 4 minutes and then put your noodles in the water.

    4. Once your noodles get to your liking, scoop or fork them out and into a bowl, they'll be covered in cooked white from the egg, but that's part of the good part.

    5. Check the egg to see if the yolk is thoroughly cooked, if so, put it over the noodles in the bowl, if not, let it keep cooking until it's done.

    6. Pour some of the boiling egg water over the noodles and egg until you're satisfied with the amount of soup.

    7. If you want it to have full flavor, empty the chicken seasoning pack over the noodles/egg and mix it in with the soup. If you want a mild chicken flavor, empty the chicken seasoning pack in with the noodles and egg when they're both boiling.

    8. Add seasonings of your flavor, I add black pepper and hot sauce(Louisiana).

    9. It's best to eat it while it's hot, so enjoy!!'

    10. Wear your smile in satisfaction.
     
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    Will try. Thanks!
     
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    I eat kimchi ramen.
     
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    The cultured palate prefers rice noodles.
     
  18. Blood Fetish

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    I imagine you eating them with your pinkie out, monocle securely on.
     
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    Do all of you have the brain worms?
    Shrimp is CLEARLY the best.
     
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    Yeah, Ramen with pork or Shrimp is totally delicious and terribly addictive *O*
     

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