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!

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