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The Quick and Easy Way to Make Flavor-Packed Korean Ramen

Making real-deal ramen is a lengthy project that requires planning in advance. But there are days when you just want a delicious bowl of it, without the fuss. This easy Korean-style kimchi ramen is for those times. It's loaded with flavor, but takes less than an hour to throw together, thanks to several umami-rich ingredients and a cool baking-soda trick that turns angel-hair pasta into ramen-like noodles. More

Quick Kimchi Ramen With Shiitake Mushrooms and Soft-Cooked Egg

Making real-deal ramen is a lengthy project that requires planning in advance. But there are days when you just want a delicious bowl of it, without the fuss. This easy Korean-style kimchi ramen is for those times. It's loaded with flavor, but takes less than an hour to throw together, thanks to several umami-rich ingredients and a cool baking-soda trick that turns angel-hair pasta into ramen-like noodles. More

Taste Test: Shin Ramyun Instant Noodles

I didn't grow up a ramen prescriptivist, but more often than not my selection landed upon Shin Ramyun, the Korean brand of instant noodles flavored with beef and chili. Its fierce heat and intense saltiness has earned it some rabid followers. It's one of the best selling non-Japanese brands around, available in over 80 countries. In 2011, they introduced Shin Black, the premium version of their traditional ramen. We embarked on a taste test to see how they stacked up. More

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