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Old 04-08-2010, 12:23 AM   #1
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Shin Ramyun Fans

Here's a twist to your favorite instant noodle.
You can use real cheese or the Kraft slices (they're a bit creamier) but I prefer real cheese.

Might sound strange, but it is absolutely delicious!

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Step 4: Wait till it melts, then eat!
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Old 04-08-2010, 12:29 AM   #2
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No offense, but you just added like two pieces of cheese into your noodle soup. If that is a twist, it must be a revelation when I add leftover rice into my cream of mushroom soup.

But maybe I'll give it a try, in about 2 hours or so when I get hungry.
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reminds me a gross post on a different forum where some guy put in cheese whiz and other crap in the noodles.

Stick with meat/eggs and some sliced cabbage or something!
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No offense, but you just added like two pieces of cheese into your noodle soup. If that is a twist, it must be a revelation when I add leftover rice into my cream of mushroom soup.

But maybe I'll give it a try, in about 2 hours or so when I get hungry.
None taken. A twist is not a revelation. I ain't claiming to re-invent the wheel.. This is just for sheer amusement.

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Old 04-08-2010, 12:46 AM   #5
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Cheese ramen is available in Japan, and popular, so it's not really a twist. Having said that, I love Shin Ramyun, but it gives me "gastro-intestinal difficulties" the next day.
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I love Ramen w/ cheese. Mmmmm...
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I'm a hardcore Shin Ramyun fan that owns pair of Shin Ramyun Socks and money/change holder.

I usually add peanut butter to the soup as I cook it. It gives off a very nice creamy texture. It's similar to the "Tan Tan" noodles you eat at Szechuan/Shanghainese restaurants.

Or I basically drop an egg a minute or two before it's done cooking then I separate the noodles with the egg from the broth. I then break the yolk and mix it/coat the noodles....Damn, now I'm craving!



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my dad use to add ketchup to his noodles lolol


me i just add vietnamese meatballs+beansprouts+hoisinsauce+rooster sauce

to any of my instant noodles

its like instant pho
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im sorry but that looks like it'll be giving me massive diarhea the next day lol
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im sorry but that looks like it'll be giving me massive diarhea the next day lol
It does, but it's worth it!
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I just brought a whole case of shin ramyun home, lol. midnight snack later.
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신라면 is really good stuff...i add 2 eggs and sometime, but rarely cheese cuz it tates like macaroni
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The sodium content of Shin Ramyun is horrific.
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The sodium content of Shin Ramyun is horrific.
that's why it tastes so good.
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The sodium content of Shin Ramyun is horrific.
+1 and MiGoreng as well.

So much sodium in those noodles
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You don't eat Shin Ramyum to be healthy LOL.
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you put too much water
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Shin Ramyun is ok just way too spicy. Makes my mouth burn so much
Ichiban original>Shinramyun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Adding the cheese is fail! next thing you know it'll be called ram'oroni and cheeze
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Kintaro used to have cheese ramen. But I no longer see it on the menu the last time I visited, which was 2 weeks ago
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The sodium content of Shin Ramyun is horrific.
pretty much all instant noodles and instant soup.
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pretty much all instant noodles and instant soup.
But Shin Ramyun is on another level. Not that I'm complaining....I love that shit. I used to put kimchi and more chili powder before...now my stomach can't handle it.
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Just brought a pack of these midnight snack later.


yeah the sodium content is really bad. LOL one serving is like your daily intake
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I'm a hardcore Shin Ramyun fan that owns pair of Shin Ramyun Socks and money/change holder.

I usually add peanut butter to the soup as I cook it. It gives off a very nice creamy texture. It's similar to the "Tan Tan" noodles you eat at Szechuan/Shanghainese restaurants.

Or I basically drop an egg a minute or two before it's done cooking then I separate the noodles with the egg from the broth. I then break the yolk and mix it/coat the noodles....Damn, now I'm craving!



HAH i got the same thing but supersized. Mine is a tissue holder I keep in the back of my car


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Where can you get those things?
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They sell them at malls or at night markets. Usually Crystal Mall and Parker place type of malls.
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