January 19, 2013

Show Your Noodles #21: Momofuku Ando Day Edition

Welcome to Show Your Noodles #21: The Momofuku Ando Day Edition! It’s been a couple of months since I’ve done a Show Your Noodles, mainly because I haven’t received any submissions. Well, recently people have been sending in quite a few and I thought today would be a good day to try it again. As always if you would like to participate in show Your Noodles #22, all you need to do is email a photo of anything you’ve made with instant noodles (a new recipe or a sculpture; really – go wild with it) with your first name, last initial, general location and a description of your noodles to [email protected]. Don’t forget to check out the Momofuku Ando Day 2013 post – worked hard on that one! With that, let’s check out some noodles! My wife judges them – here we go!

#9 Here’s one from Ray A of Nongshim America in Rancho Cucamonga, California:

This was Jinjja Jinjja and emart soupbase. Mmm spicy goodness!

#8 Here’s one from Justin C:

YUM! SO good! No need to add hot sauce as Shin Ramyun Black is spicy enough. Hey @theramenrater ! Here’s my pic. :)

#7 Here’s one from Lisa H of Nissin Foods USA’s Marketing Department in California:

Chow Mein Thai Chicken Noodles

Ingredients:
1. 2 packages of CHOW MEIN Thai Peanut Flavor
2. pre-cooked chicken, diced
3. Thai Peanut dressing/marinade
4. chopped celery
5. green onions
6. peanuts
Cooking Directions
Prepare CHOW MEIN following the cooking directions on the package.
Add pre-cooked chicken, celery, green onions, and peanuts (as much or as little as you like). Toss and serve hot or cold.

#6 Here’s one from Joe & Gill of the UK

Here’s some more noodle pics and a video that we meant to send you October/November time….enjoy!

Video:

#5 Here’s one from Naho K of Nissin Foods USA’s Marketing Department in California:

Instant Chow Mein

Ingredients: ½ cup chopped green onions, handful of bean sprouts, char siu (roast pork), vegetable oil, salt and pepper.
Directions:
1. Cook Chow Mein Teriyaki Beef according to directions on package
2. Sauté vegetables and char siu
3. Add vegetables and char siu to cooked Chow Mein
4. Empty the liquid seasoning (from Chow Mein package) on top
5. Toss and serve

#4 Here’s one by Christina Y of Nissin Foods USA’s Marketing Department in California:

Souper Meal Shrimp

Ingredients:
1 Nissin Souper Meal with Shrimp
4 pieces large cooked shrimp (41 to 50 count per pound)
Baby Broccoli
Directions:
1.       Prepare Souper Meal with Shrimp according to instructions
2.       Steam baby broccoli with a little water in microwave
3.       Top noodles with baby broccoli and shrimp
4.       Enjoy

#3 This is a submission by Aya H of the Nissin Foods USA Marketing Department in California:

Bacon Spinach Ramen
Ingredients:
1 package Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor
½ cup fresh, baby spinach
1 Tbsp of Bacon bits or cooked minced bacon
2 cups water
Coarsely ground black pepper (to taste)
Directions:
1. Boil 2 cups of water in a pot. Add noodles, breaking up if desired.
2. Add baby spinach 2 minutes and 30 seconds after adding the noodles. Stir occasionally.
3. Remove from heat 30 seconds later. Stir in seasonings from flavor packet. Top with bacon bits or chopped bacon and ground black pepper to taste.
Serves 1
Cooking and Preparation time – 5 minutes

Ramen Italiano

Ingredients:
1 package Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor
½ cup fresh, baby spinach
3 Tbsp chopped tomatoes and juices (from a can)
2 cups water
½ tsp garlic seasoning
½ Tbsp grated parmesan cheese
Directions:
1. Boil 2 cups of water in a pot. Add noodles, breaking up if desired.
2. Add the tomatoes after 2 minutes and baby spinach 30 seconds later. Stir occasionally.
3. Cook for 30 seconds then remove from heat. Stir in seasonings from flavor packet and garlic seasoning. Top with parmesan cheese.
Serves 1
Cooking and Preparation time – 5 minutes

#2 Here’s one from Josh S:

Namja Ramen from Paldo with Corn, Green Beans, Onion, Imitation Crab, and an Egg marinated in Bulgogi sauce!
Delicioso!

#1 This one’s from Scott A from the Nissin Foods USA Marketing Department in California:

Chow Noodles Alfredo Carbonara

Ingredients: two slices of Canadian bacon or two strips of regular bacon, a splash of cream or milk, parley, EVOO, pepper, and parmesan cheese
Directions:
1.       Cook Chow Noodles Alfredo according to directions on the package
2.       Slice Canadian bacon or regular bacon – cook
3.       Add and heat EVOO in a skillet
4.       Transfer cooked Chow Noodles Alfredo to the skillet
5.       Add a splash of milk or cream while you mix the noodles and bacon for 3 minutes
6.       Add pepper to taste
7.       Add chopped parsley
8.       Add parmesan cheese to taste

Wow this was an awesome roundup! Thanks to everyone who participated and hope to see more pics from you and everyone else that reads the blog!

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

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