Ramen is a type of Japanese noodle soup. It consists of wheat noodles, broth, and often times pork, eggs, and vegetables. Ramen is a very popular dish in Japan and can be found in almost any restaurant. There are even Ramen museums!
Ramen noodles were first introduced to Japan in 1958 by Ando Momofuku. Momofuku is the founder of the Nissin food company, which is the company that makes Top Ramen. The word “ramen” is actually just the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese word for “noodle”.
So how do you make your own DIY Instant Ramen? It’s actually quite simple!
First, you’ll need some Ramen noodles. You can find these at any Asian grocery store, or even some regular grocery stores.
Next, you’ll need some broth. You can either make your own broth, or buy it pre-made. If you’re making your own broth, you’ll need to simmer it for at least an hour to get all the flavors out.
Once you have your broth and noodles, it’s time to add the toppings! This is where you can get creative. Some popular toppings include:
-Eggs (boiled, poached, or raw)
-Pork (sliced or ground)
-Vegetables (sliced or chopped)
To cook the noodles, simply place them in a pot of boiling water and cook for 3-5 minutes, or according to the package instructions. Once the noodles are cooked, add them to the broth and toppings of your choice.
And that’s it! You now have a delicious bowl of DIY Instant Ramen. Enjoy!