When most of us think of ramen noodles, we think of one or two ways to eat them, and that’s that. There’s no reason for such limited thinking, though, since ramen noodles are noodles like any other… with the exception of the fact that they come in bricks. Seattle Weekly’s put together a guide for intrepid noodlers to eat an entire day’s worth of meals with ramen as the foundation, with the idea that you can do it without getting sick of the stuff.
Photo by Florian Boyd.
The list starts off with a creatively awesome ramen breakfast burrito, which makes use of egg, some hot sauce and a tortilla. Anybody who’s ever done the schoolyard “dry ramen” snack trick should love the idea of mid-morning ramen trail mix, and light eaters might like the idea of a top ramen salad for lunch. Afternoons can turn into siestas with ramen and salsa, while dinner is a real masterpiece of dorm-room inspired creativity — with ramen beef pie.
Basically, if you love ramen, and you love shepherd’s pie, you’ll probably love a blending of the two. Check out the link below for more details and full recipes!
24 Hours of Ramen Recipes [Seattle Weekly]