Ramen noodles

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Water or Drained

  1. Water

    8 vote(s)
    33.3%
  2. Drained

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    66.7%
  1. Sw1tchFX

    Sw1tchFX TPF Noob!

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    I like mine MOSTLY drained, the noodles are going to suck up at least some fluid when they're inthe bowl(or usually still in the pot), so MOSTLY drained seems to work best for me.


    when they're completyly drained, they get dry, and that's just gross.


     
  2. Missdaisy

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    The ONLY way I'll eat Ramen Noodles is dry and uncooked.
    I take a bag of Broccoli slaw put it in a bowl then I crunch up the uncooked noodles add them to the slaw then pour about a 1/4 cup Balsamic Vinegarette dressing and about 1/4 cup sliced green onions. Stir it all up then eat it right away before the dressing makes the noodles soggy. It's an awesome side dish.

    I got the idea from Kraft Food and Family magazine, here's the recipe. I modified it a little bit, but the printed recipe is good too.
    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/crunchy-asian-broccoli-coleslaw-109739.aspx
     
  3. dxqcanada

    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Don't buy that cheap Mr. Noodle stuff.
    Sapporo Ichiban is the better stuff in North America.

    Must be with soup base (though my wife likes it dry).

    Many Korean/Japanese/Chinese groceries carry this ... and even Fortino's (in Canada).

    Yakisoba is supposed to be dry.
     
  4. LBPhotog

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    WAIT!! If you can afford to go out to eat why would you order RAMEN?? This seems counter intuitive .... RAMEN is for broke people ... :lmao:
     
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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Yup.
     
  6. Insanity

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    I'd vote, but my option isn't there...

    I just break em up in the bag, pour the seasoning on em and eat the chunks.
     
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    Mostly drained.

    Then the cheese and egg I add make a nice creamy sauce. :)
     
  8. FemFugler

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    I got the Sapporo Ichiban once and it was quite gross to be honest. Maybe it was just the flavour i tried. I prefer Mr. Noodle. To be fair, neither of them are good for you....

    I've seen Ramen Noodles at Save On Foods a few times. Mr. Noodle is everywhere there. :) For some reason though theyre in different aisles. I can't remember why, nor do i even remember which aisles they were in. I just remember going and looking for Mr. Noodle and coming across the Asian food aisle and being like 'wtf? no Mr Noodle!' and then when i was looking for something different i came across Mr. Noodle in different aisle. If i remember correctly, the Mr. Noodle is with the pastas and stuff, and the other stuff is in the Asian food area.

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    If i take them to school/class then i eat them raw and plain or with only a bit of seasoning. It's actually not bad, especially if you're too lazy to make a lunch or got up late.
     
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    Word.

    That's another thing, the Ramen Noodles in Canada are expensive like 2 or 3$ EACH. Seriously...

    Mr. Noodle here are like 10 for 4$
     
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    You remember me talking about Ramen Noodles 5 or 6 years ago? Why was I talking about them? LOL!
     
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    That was how I used to eat them in high school. I always had a pack or two in my backpack and a bottle of tabasco sauce. I'd put a few drops on the brick of noodles and take a bite, then repeat until the brick was gone.
     
  12. Dmitri

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    Well, over twice as many people say drained as leave the water in. The yays have it - drained is the way to go!
     

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