Well, boiling water for starters. ;)
Anything BUT Ramen.
Is that even possible?
Japanese mayo and some chilli powder mmmmm! dont say its gross it gives it a creamy yummy umami taste!
I make my own garlic bread...I use a large soup bowl, let the butter get soft, then using the garlic press to "mince"out the garlic, I swirl it around in the bowl, scoop up most of it for the garlic bread, and, later, I heat the bowl by putting it in the oven for about 5 minutes, and then make the Ramen & pour it into the hot, garlicy soup bowl....It makes the Ramen noodles taste much butter.
If making garlic bread is too much work for you, just cut up a very small clove of garlic & mix it with a small amount of butter & swirl it around in the bowl you use for Ramen...Does that sound like "an awful lot of work"?
Lots of fresh vegi's
Depends on the mood.<br />
Sometimes Tabasco.<br />
Sometimes eggs.<br />
Sometimes hot peppers.<br />
Sometimes green onions.
More red pepper flakes and cheese :)
I'll add mixed vegetables to the broth sometimes, but for years now I've eaten ramen with all of the broth strained out afterwards. That's how I like it best.
I add chopped up green onions and mushrooms, with soy sauce . . . yummy.