20 things you should be adding to your ramen
how many have you tried?
Published Oct 13, 2016 5:00 AM
Have a little fun with this fan-favorite pantry staple by adding a few out-of-the-box (literally!) fun ingredients. Did we miss one of your favorite additions? “Gram yours and tag @dominomag!
beef top ramen & flamin’ hot cheetos
Yaaas, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. This is a definite case of “Don’t knock it ‘til you try it.”
healthy homemade kimchi ramen
Kimchi adds hot spice, a sour punch, and some healthy probiotics to your soup!
sapporo style miso ramen
Miso, corn, and bamboo shoots come together, creating the perfect comfort food for those first chilly days.
vegan ramen with grilled vegetables and tofu
Not a meat lover? Not a problem. You can beef up your ramen without any beef at all. Yams, tofu, and buckwheat soba bulk things up!
parmesan garlic ramen
Ramen makes a few new friends. Cheese, butter, and parsley are all welcome at the party.
Yup, we went there. If you like a mean green eats, then add some pesto and basil to your beloved ramen noodles.
If you live for salty, savory flavors, opt for this recipe by Diana Yen.
thai chicken ramen
Thai curry is the perfect addition to ramen soup. We repeat: PERFECT! Hello, Friday night dinner for the next three months.
lemongrass chicken soy sauce ramen
If you want something on the lighter side, try lemongrass and chicken rather than pork and richer toppings. This is a good lunch that (hopefully) won’t have you asleep by 2p.m.
Everyone loves this creamy, eggy Italian pasta, so why not take it next level with a college staple food?
char siu ramen
Char siu pork belly with noodles is exactly what you want on a frigid fall day.
ramen noodles with spicy korean chili dressing
If you can stand the heat, then try spicy Korean chili and feel your tongue ignite.
kamo negi (duck and scallion) ramen
Here’s something to quack about! Sorry, we can’t help ourselves when it comes to the buttery, gamey taste of duck meat.
budae jjigae (army stew)
Hungry? This stew ought to do the trick. Just dump it all in (mushrooms, meats, ramen, kimchee, American cheese, and more), watch it simmer, and enjoy!