My Go-To Ramen


It’s so funny to me to think back to college when I was broke and would eat that horrible ramen! I remember it being around $.10 per package. That’s scary! I think everyone has had eaten that package at one point in time!

Now, ramen restaurants are popping up all over! Why are they so popular now?

Thankfully ramen is very easy to make at home and the quality can be low (the low priced highly processed versions) to homemade using udon or soba noodles or even zoodles if you want!

The best is to make it at home. Of course it is because you can control your ingredients and make the way you want!

When I am in a pinch, this is my go-to meal. I like to use Lotus Foods Rice Ramen. I prepare it as the package directs using Pacific Chicken Broth in place of the water and adding green onions. I also will add a hard boiled egg, pork or chicken or bok choy (or a combination of all of them).

How do you cook your ramen?

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