Who doesn’t love ramen?

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Now that my kids are older, they love making ramen noodles on their own - even for breakfast! I just wish someone would develop gluten free ramen noodles, so I could enjoy them, too!

What’s your favorite way to enjoy ramen?

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15 thoughts on “Who doesn’t love ramen?

  1. Kat

    Love Ramen! I usually make LoMein or a soup with it. I don’t think I’ve ever used the soup packet from the US ones – I love the ones from Thailand though! Growing up my mom would make me a dish with ramen and scrambled eggs with a bunch of different spices (ahh the advantages of growing up Thai!)

    I’ve seen Gluten-Free Ramen though – I think it’s made out of Miso. I actually just looked at a package of it the other day in the Organic/Asian market by my house – If you’d like I can get the brand of them next time I’m there!

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    1. Anne-Marie Nichols Post author

      Kat, if you could get me the brand name of the gluten free ramen noodles, I’d really appreciate it. Thanks!

      My kids like the ramen packets from Korea. They come with little liquid packets of spicy sauce.

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      1. Kat

        Finally had a chance to get to the store! King Soba makes the ramen noodles. The two they had were made from brown rice and buckwheat. They had miso and chili miso also – the store owner said they are the popular ones! Hope that helps! Let me know if you get to try them, curious how they taste

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  2. Ratna

    OMG I love Ramen and would love some gluten-free and vegetarian recipes too – this is great to see and know… I sometimes take Soba noodles and put them inside of Veggie Broth w/ veggies that are pre-cooked by me… so yummy to soak in the broth. Thanks– you are making me hungry!

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  3. Mari

    I buy Peacock brand brown rice vermicelli at Amazon, and it’s a dream to use. You soak the noodles in room temperature water for five minutes and then they are good to go. I have tossed these in miso broth because I can’t find any gluten free ramen anywhere in the Twin Cities area. These noodles taste great and they reheated well. I have even used it in a pinch for spaghetti, although I don’t recommend it for that because it is so thin. Mainly I like it in broth as a quick and delicious ramen, or in an oriental salad. Even if I can find gluten free ramen some day, I will always have these on hand. It’s just as easy.

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  4. J9

    I cook the noodles and then melt in butter and Cheese Whiz…it sounds horrible probably but it’s delicious.

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