When you think of ramen, you probably think of those cheap packets students eat — which is fine, but real, fresh ramen is a different — and much more delicious — matter. This graphic from the folks at Lucky Peach shows you how to make your own.
Of course, making your own ramen isn't going to save you time or money, but it's definitely going to give you a much better-tasting meal when you're done, and you'll have complete control over what goes into your dish. It's all about treating your water (using a tip from Harold McGee, food scientist and author of On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen) the toppings — from chashu (roast pork) to simple chopped spring onions to corn or the ever-present boiled egg. It's completely up to you, which is part of what makes homemade ramen so amazing. Hit enlarge on the graphic below, or the link below to read more.
How to Make Ramen [Lucky Peach]