One of the most recognizable and economic ways to feed yourself in Korea is with Ramen! It’s relatively popular with locals as well as people who view Korea from afar. And not only is the selection of ramen wide and varied, there are also so many ways you can prepare it!

The footage from this video was taken in the end of 2013 when maki was a kitten, and somehow we managed to not upload it, and save it until now. Not sure how that happened exactly but the end result is pretty cool, at least for us anyways. We get to share vintage Maki clips when she was a kitty, and you can also see me prepare authentic Korean Ramen with a few twists thrown in there!

How do YOU like your ramyun? Regular? Spicy? With cheese, vegetables or meat? Any unusual ramen recipes to share? I’d love to hear about it! ^^

Another Cheesy Video: Ramyun And Cheese On Our Chicken Galbi!

  • Amanda McLain

    My ramen recipe goes like this:
    1 packet of Beef Ramen
    1-2 drops of toasted Sesame Seed Oil
    A splash of Soy Sauce
    1 Beef Bullion Cube
    Some of the rougher parts of a green onion
    A sprinkle of Parsley

    All the above go into a small pot that I bought just for ramen. Boil. Add the noodles, which is break in half at the seam. Cook for EXACTLY three minutes. Put the noodles and seasoning packet into my soup mug (Which I bought specially for ramen.) Add some chopped green parts of the green onion that you used earlier in the broth. Add broth just til it barely covers the noodles, stir to combine….And enjoy.

    Occasionally, I will add some beef that I saute with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and toasted sesame seed oil.


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    • hallyuback

      Love the sound of your recipe – I love beef ramen but couldn’t find it in Korea.. :(