Ramen noodle add ons
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Landon Kramer
(Lando) - F
Ramen noodle add ons on 11/13/2011 19:41:09 MST Print View

I'm looking for ideas on things to add into Ramen to help dress it up a bit. Meats, veggies and anything dehydrated/freeze dried...etc.
I have been doing the foil packs of tuna, chicken, spam and what not, but wanted to get some input from other folks.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Ramen noodle add ons on 11/13/2011 19:48:20 MST Print View

Oscar Mayer Ready-to-Serve Real Bacon Bits, hickory smoke flavor added. 3 oz.

The plastic package says 12 servings per package, but those are only 1 Tbsp, and one serving is 25 calories. So, one whole package is 300 calories, fairly high in fat, protein, and salt.


Craig W.
(xnomanx) - F - M
Re: Ramen noodle add ons on 11/13/2011 23:28:47 MST Print View

My favorite is "oriental" flavor with spinach, mushrooms (shitake or brown), bean sprouts, tofu, and chili paste. I usually add these fresh, though mushrooms, tofu, and spinach are easy to dehydrate and chili paste can be carried in a mini ziplock. Never tried to dehydrate bean sprouts.

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: Ramen noodle add ons on 11/14/2011 07:22:20 MST Print View

Pretty much everything works for adding in - whatever you like.

If I use dried veggies I add it to the water before boiling and then add the noodles, although ramen can be FBC'ed easily since it is pre-cooked.

But personally if eating ramen my favorite is to soak the noodles FBC style with fd veggies, drain and then shake in herbs and spices, olive oil and Parmesan cheese. It is really tasty:

Other ideas?

And that is only a fraction of my ramen recipes ;-)

Dwight G

Locale: Southcentral AK
Wow, great post/-links-ideas from Sarah... on 11/18/2011 10:31:20 MST Print View

...and easy to tailor recipes, Quick Mountain Spaghetti, for instance up/down depending on your trip, caloric demand, morale-boosting-flavor factor. I also like the QMS idea because all the ingredients could be premixed in a ziplock. Add sliced pepperoni and boiling water. Easy. No packaging trash, etc.

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: Wow, great post/-links-ideas from Sarah... on 11/18/2011 12:22:03 MST Print View

Dwight, yep! Pepperoni, bacon, chicken, etc all work well - so does other cheeses :-)

That is the beauty of thinking FBC - you can customize recipes SO easily!