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noodles

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by isor357, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. isor357

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    noodles

    Discussion started by isor357 - Jan 15, 2005

    Nong shim hot and spicy ramen noodle soup appreciation thread. I thought i would let you folks in on some nong shim hot and spicy ramen noodle soup tricks ive discovered since i found this breathtaking creation.
    Fresh Vegetables- I have been adding extra shitake mushroom, bamboo shoots and baby corns. I just bought some bean sprouts that i plan to add to the mix just before i take it off the heat to maintain crunchiness. Freeze dried hot and spicy squid is good too. I usually boil it seperatly to soften it before i add it to the soup. I go to a korean restaurant occasionally that has better noodles than those that come in the package. I havent made that substitution yet but i shall soon.

    You can buy these noodles in bulk for really cheap. If you go to a normal grocery store its a dollar a package. At most asian markets you can buy bulk.

    I usually drain the noodles and add fresh water before i add the soup base. The noodles cloud the water and make it thick

    You can use the soup base to marinate meat. Ive done it with steak but not chicken. I will let the cut sit in soup base overnight and i throw it on the grill with sprinkling the dry base on the steak as it cooks. The base burns to the steak.

    Nong Shim also makes Seafood and Spicy. I have mixed the seafood and spicy with hot and spicy and its really good. Use half of each vegetable packet. The Seafood and Spicy vegetable packet is mostly seaweeds. Different but good

    If you like hot food and noodles you should try this stuff. It makes your lips burn your mouth burn, the skin around your mouth burn and your forehead sweat
     
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    panic - Replied Jan 15, 2005

    awsome idea
    i really like to add egg whites with mine, and some odd vegies if theres anything around.

    college life.
     
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    T=E=A=S=E - Replied Jan 15, 2005

    you post more new threads than me.

    cut it out already, shits annoying.

    :lol:
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Jan 15, 2005

    naptime
     
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    graff goon - Replied Jan 15, 2005

    i like smashing chips up in them and making burritos with bread :love2:
     
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    GLIK$ - Replied Jan 15, 2005

    Sai fun
    chicken broth
    an egg
    two thai chilis
    garlic
    soy sauce

    Thats the jump off noodle bowl right there.
     
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    justaname - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    i have to agree with you dude, nong shim is the shit but in my bowl of nong shim are these
    couple slices of raw beef, just have it in the bowl pour broth over it..
    chinese vegetables
    pieces of tofu *fried tofu*
    you should add a little bit of lime juice to the soup...
    oooooweeeeee...
    eat it on a cold night with doors open and windy like a fucking storm is coming...
    ok im gonna go make some now..
     
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    Hank Parker - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    well i just aquired 2 pounds of fresh made kimchi, so i'm gonna add your noodle recipie to my meal.
     
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    Hank Parker - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    ohhh yeah, i too throw freeze dried quid in my soups, chop it up real small.
    i also like to make soups w/tomoshiraga somen noodles.
    add shrimp, bamboo shoots and such.

    i'm still working on a bi bim bop that will come close to any good korean restaruant.

    hoisin is goo stuff to add to your meal as well
     
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    TuffKid - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    bump for top ramen
     
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    GnomeToys - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    I'm making some hot & sour soup with black forest and shiitake mushrooms.
     
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    Neskoner - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    last night i had some macoroni with cajiun pepper,and some tomato sauce n meat...chicken watermelon n grits.
     
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    LadyNapua - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    I made some awesome soup the other day....cabbage, yellow squash, celery, onion, diced tomatoes, garlic and vegetable stock. Damn...it is so delicious.
     
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    isor357 - Replied Jan 16, 2005

    yeah im feeling that lime juice suggestion
    but the raw meat... you mean straight off
    the cow no cooking at all?

    What is hoisin?

    Sounds like some home made minestrone lady. You should try adding noodles, and parmesan. Bump for cabbage in soup. especially savoy cabbage. Shit is good for you too. Bump for any healthy food that tastes good
     
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    Fabo 2 - Replied Jan 17, 2005

    super noodles. mild curry flavour.
    standard.
     
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