June 26, 2012

Show Your Noodles Week 18

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If you’re new to The Ramen Rater’s Show Your Noodles, every week you can email me a picture of some noodles you’ve made. include your name and location and I’ll post it on the weekly roundup! Fancy or functional, it doesn’t matter. I mean, you could do literally anything you want with some instant noodles – use your imagination!  Want to be part of next week’s Show Your Noodles? Just email me at [email protected] Let me know you first name, last initial, and city/state or country! My wife does the judging – here we go!

In fourth place, Patric C. from Virginia!

Sapporo Ichiban Chow Mein
2 fried eggs
Butterball Deep fried turkey sandwich meat
dried seaweed on top

In third place, Sue L. from Anacortes, Washington!

This is a Nong Shim Noodle Bowl, Beef flavor. I am definitely new to the different types of noodles, and these noodles are killer, so thin and buttery-feeling. I added snap peas, shredded carrots, green onions and crunchy won ton strips. The seasoned veggies that come with it are great – I just added some extra yellow and white petite corn to make it a bigger meal. Mom was smelling it, saying “Mmmm…what’s that? Smelly yummy!”  And so it was.

In second place, a submission from Gerben W. from Amsterdam, Holland!

As it is kind of a leftover day, I had lot’s of delicious stuff to fill up my noodles.
Here’s what you see:
Indomie noodles, with bean sprouts and morning glory (Ong choy) and a small tomato for veggies.
Some leftover tofu and a poached egg give it body, spring onion and koriander extra flavour.
As I am a big fan of soups like Vietnamese Pho, I often go easy on the added bumbu pack and add some fish- & oyster sauce to make up for it, works great on several instant-noodle-flavours.

Finally in first place, Drew D. of Los Angeles, California!

I can’t get enough of Nong Shim’s products!  This is their Spicy Kimchi ramen, with additional cayenne pepper, portabella mushrooms, green onions, corn and a sunny-side up egg with krazy-salt on top.  There’s also some fresh kimchi at the bottom that you can’t see.  My significant other’s mom makes it herself 🙂 Mmmmmm!

Well, that’s all! Please send your pictures of what you do with noodles! Anything you got, it’ll make it on here! From gourmet to bizarre!

Like these noodles? Hate them? Let everyone know with a comment!