The Best Ramen
I have always been a big fan of noodles and I have always loved Ramen. I don’t usually eat them with the soup, though. I’ve always cooked my ramen, drained the broth and eaten my noodles dry with a dash of soy sauce. I think that’s why I love this recipe so much. This Kujirai style Ramyun is a Korean ramen recipe that is derived from a comic book. It is cooked with a smaller portion of water and reduced until it’s practically gone. Then you just add a few more fresh ingredients over the top and, literally within minutes, its done.
Kujirai style Ramyun Noodles
It’s hard to find anything about this recipe and where it actually originates from. I mentioned that it supposedly comes from a comic book but, as far as I can tell, it isn’t the kind you might be thinking of, with super heroes and such. No, I can’t be certain but I think it comes from the comic style cook book, “Let’s Make Ramen” by Hugh Amano and Sarah Becan. I haven’t finished reading it yet but this book illustrates a fun story and the history of Ramen working it’s way through time. So, if I’m wrong about the origins of this recipe, I still highly recommend this book because I think most Americans and many other cultures are completely ignorant to this perfected art.
Be sure to check out my other Ramen recipes: Lo Mein, Ramen Spaghetti Pizza, Dan Dan Noodle.
Kujirai style Ramyun Ingredients:
1 pkg Shin Ramyun
2 pcs Cheese, sliced
3 pcs Beef, deli sliced
1 Green Onion, chopped
This dish can easily feed 2 people and it only takes 5 to 10 minutes to make. Just follow the directions in the video tutorial and I’ll show you how easy this is to make.