Quick Crispy Fried Ramen

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This crispy ramen takes 5 minutes to cook and is very tasty. All you need is some cooking oil spray, some packet ramen, and seasoning. You will also need a bag (or the one the ramen came in), and an air fryer.

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Step 1: Split the Ramen

I am using Maruchan instant packet ramen. However, by default it is a bit thick. You will need to split it into the two slices that are about 1 cm thick.

Step 2: Spray the Ramen

Spray the ramen with cooking oil on each side to your own preference.

Step 3: Air Fry the Ramen.

Air fry the ramen at 375F for 3-4 minutes on each side.

Step 4: (Optional)Season

Season the ramen with, really anything. French fry seasoning or taco seasoning works well.

Left: Raw

Center: Fried

RIght: Seasoned with taco seasoning.

Step 5: (Optional)Crush

Crush the ramen by putting it into a bag and crush it. Either press it or hit it repeatedly with something heavy or your hand.

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    SlihnSpring611

    Answer 4 weeks ago

    After you fry it, you can use the flsvor pack to season it. I wouldn't recommend it as the flavor packet doesn't taste that good when eaten dry like that.

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    Spring611

    Question 4 weeks ago on Introduction

    And when and what do you use the package the noddels came in ad when do u add seasoning pack and on both sides or just one

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    shark_bloody

    1 year ago

    First, that's not ramen, those are noodles. And second, how is this thing featured?

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    Lorddrakeshark_bloody

    Reply 1 year ago

    While the cheap packaged "food" from the Maruchan company may not be authentic traditional ramen, If you say ramen to most people not from a region where authentic ramen is a popular food, they will most likely think of the little package of noodles so popular with college students.

    As far as why it is featured; it is well written, easy to understand, and the pictures are original and good quality.

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    Lorddrake

    1 year ago

    I have used lo mein noodles before as "crunchy bits" in a salad, but never knew you could fry the ramen noodles and break them up for the same purpose. I am excited to try this.