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Many you probably no and many of you probably don’t – Tapatio, the popular hot sauce – now has their own range of spicy instant noodle products called Tapatio Ramen Noodle Soup! Want a chance to be the envy of your friends at lunch with some of these bowls? Read on to find out how – it’s really easy to enter to win!
Yep! It’s a contest! So, how does it work?
First, click on the video and subscribe to The Ramen Rater channel on YouTube. Second, write a comment on the video as to why you think you deserve to win! That’s it!
The best five comments will be selected by us and each will receive a case (6 bowls) of either Original, Chicken, or Beef Tapatio Ramen Noodle Soup! The contest ends September 20th at 2pm Pacific Time. Winners will be contacted via YouTube and I’ll pass your choice of flavor and info on to the company that makes these and they’ll ship your free case directly to you for free! Note: this contest is open only to residents of the Continental United States. Good luck!
Got a call from the office at my apartment complex about a package…
Awesome! So Nongshim America had a contest around Easter on their Facebook Page and I was one of the winners!
How cool is that? Thanks, Nongshim America!
If you’re new to The Ramen Rater’s Show Your Noodles, you can email me a picture of some noodles you’ve made, include your name and location and I’ll post it on the Show Your Noodles 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 the next 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 first place we have Gillian S. from England –
Hello, my name is Gillian. S from London. I am the girlfriend of Joe who you have spoken to before. He will get back to you about Pot Noodle soon, he is lazy. Anyway, here are some pictures I got him to email me of his work lunches of late, plus a video we made of us making some delicious ramen noodles the other weekend. We bought them whilst shopping at one of the small local oriental supermarkets we like to frequent, after recognising them from your blog. Please excuse us in the video, we are slightly intoxicated. Hope you enjoy!
Here’s Gill & Joe’s video!
In 2nd place, Robert J. from New York
Sapporo Ichiban Chow Mein Ramen from my local Wegmans! They have a very large variety (atleast more than any other store around here) of noodles!
Poached egg with pan fried mushrooms and chicken, topped with “Huy Fong – Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce.” It came with a topping of seaweed sprinkles.
The noodles and powder mix alone were pretty good honestly but I wanted a meal out of it instead of a snack.
I hope to do more of these now knowing we have a huge section at my local store! Also thank you for giving me ideas of what to add to my ramen instead of having just plain boring noodles! Keep up the good work!
Finally in 3rd place, Heidi X. from Germany:
I’m a huge fan of your blog and thus I want to contribute.
So the other day I made some Creamy Mushroom Ramen and took a pic of it…
hope that you can feature it in Show Your Ramen #21!
Thank so much 🙂
Wow – awesome group of submissions this time! Thank you very much! Would like to do this as a weekly thing, so everyone in earshot, contribute some pictures of your noodles for all to see!
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 second place, here’s Annika L. from Tallinn, Estonia’s entry:
These are Ajinomoto Oyakata curry soba noodles with bacon, fried veggies, benishouga (plum vinegar marinated ginger) and sour cream.
In first is Drew D. from Los Angeles, California:
This is Nong Shim HooRooRook with corn, green onion, portabello mushrooms, jalapenos, cabbage, carrots, hard boiled egg with McIlhenny Co. Tabasco Pepper Sauce and Mixed Up Krazy Salt. In the broth, I boiled red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper, Srirracha Garlic Sauce and a pinch of sea salt. These have definitely become my favorite noodles!
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!
Been busy lately so decided it’s time to do this one up! 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!
There’s three entries this time. In third place, Michelle L. from New York’s entry
It was my lunch today: udon w/ tofu & veggies, gone psychedelic!
In second place, Anniqa from Sweden’s entry:
I got hungry, reading your review of Nong Shim’s Jinjju Jinjju ramyun. At 3am, I couldn’t very well go see what the local supermarket had, so I made my own version: Wei Lih Jah Jan Mien with peanut butter, sri
racha, some vegs and a few slices of salami. It was ok, but not really great. The salami didn’t really fit, but I was all out of ham. I’ve done MAMA’s Tom Yum ramen with gado gado, habanero, and salty
black beans a lot of times though – that’s better!
In first place, Venessa from Indonesia’s entry:
My noodles is Nongshim’s claypot ramyun. I added some homemade chicken balls, sausage, and an egg. I thought it will be spicy enough so I don’t add any bird eye chilli but I was wrong. It was kind of mild even though the broth’s color is red. But after all it was so fulfilling.
Awesome entries, everyone! Please — enter more photos as often as you like! Hoping to have a lot more next time around!
Unfortunately, nobody sent pictures again so no Show Your Noodles this week. Send your pictures of noodles you enjoy! Email them to me at [email protected] – include your first name, last initial and where you’re from! They’ll be in next week’s installment of Show Your Noodles!
Hey! Some more noodles I got from Cindy C. of Middlesex, UK! Thanks again! So this one’s Chinese Chow Mein. It’s also promising the possibility of currency inside the packet!
Another tip! I really dig this a lot.
Click image to enlarge. Notice on these directions they don’t refer to it as a stovetgop but as ‘on the hob.’ Can someone post a comment if they know about this term?
A mound of powder. I must admit it sure has a funky odor; although it’s somewhat familiar…
Click image to enlarge. The finished product. I figured out what this flavor is – I even have a story. When I was much younger, I would go out and party up a bit and return home late. I’d quietly climb the stairs to the kitchen so I wouldn’t wake anyone up and sequester myself in there, attempting to find a midnight snack. More than once I would take a can of Campbell’s soup – often Vegetable, and a pack of Top Ramen and make it together, then bring it back downstairs and ingest it. Well, that’s what this stuff reminds me of. Unfortunately, it wasn’t all that great then and it isn’t all that great now, except it reminded me of old times, which in itself was nice, but can’t be part of the score really. So this one is going to rate at 2.75 out of 5.0 stars.
A couple of commercials…