Shin Ramyun

Ramyun

Today is Taron’s birthday!

Interview with Taron

  • How old are you now? Four
  • What is your favourite sport? Skiing
  • What is your favourite colour? Dark green and light green
  • What is your favourite animal? Polar bear cuz it goes in snow, and tiger cuz they are on the same team and a lion is on the same team. Which one is a boy one? I mean a dad one?
  • What is your favourite toy? My moving tractor in the house
  • What do you know about Korea? Our teeth comes out and we throw them on the roof
  • What Korean words do you know? Haseyo (hello) Hajabi (my grampa that died) Halmy (grandma) cusumeda (thank you), adul (dad’s name for me)
  • What is your favourite Korean food? Ramyun
  • What is your next favourite Korean food?  The one with pasta and cheese sauce and broccoli.  What is that one, mom?  (It is not Korean) Rice cake soup…. that’s Korean one.

So in honour of Taron and his birthday, here is the recipe for ramyun:

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The time you need: 7 mins

The things you need:

  • Shin Ramyun package (In my humble opinion, and my yobo’s expert opinion, it is the most delicious of the ramyuns)
  • 2 1/4 cups of water
  • 1 egg
  • a handful rice cakes (optional)
  • green onion

The how to:

  • Bring the water to a boil
  • Add the seasoning package and the veggie package along with the noodles (there is much debate in our home whether to break the noodles or not…. to break or not to break, that is the question!)
  • Add an egg (we enjoy our egg whole, if you prefer to have it scrambled, mix it around once it has been dropped in the soup)
  • Add the rice cakes (they are Taron’s favourite add-in)
  • Cook for 4 minutes.  Do not overcook!  Over done ramyun noodles are not yummy!
  • Add onions in the last minutes
  • Serve with rice and kimchi

march 2013 014The birthday boy!

 Note: though Taron does like spicy ramyun, he also enjoys it made with Mr. Noodles!


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