Well, boiling water for starters. ;)
Anything BUT Ramen.
Is that even possible?
Can that be done?
i think its sesame oil.... i like sesame oil...
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.
Sometimes hot peppers.
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.