Shio Ramen with Vegetables
Normally I’m one to just eat the cheap Sapporo Ichiban ramen. But when I saw this fresh ramen at the market I decided to give it a try. Was it worth it?
This is the Sun Noodle Brand Shio Vegetable Ramen. I almost always choose shoyu ramen when I eat out at restaurants but this one looked interesting and had a fresher date on the package so easy choice.
These types of fresh ramen noodles that are found in the refrigerated section take a little longer to make than the dry version but it’s not too bad. Instead of just throwing everything together and boiling, the noodles are boiled separately.
The broccoli and carrots that I added were compliments of leftover Korean takeout that I had the day before. The other vegetable you see in the bowl is bok choy. I thought the Korean vegetables might taste a little weird in the soup but it actually matched very nicely.
Would I get this ramen again? I think so, it was definitely better than the dry ramen I normally eat. This shio vegetable flavor was very light and went well with the leftover vegetables I happened to have. But shoyu ramen don’t you worry, shio while being perfectly fine and tasty, has nothing on you.