i just found a Korean store in the city i live, and i bought my first Korean ramyun (that truly comes from Korea, i mean)
So.. very happy, happy happy joy joy šŸ™‚
Now I need to learn to prepare it LOL

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    Yay, how awesome! Tell us how you like it!

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    Learn by watching Dances With Ramen / The K2.

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    I can help here! The secret is to boil the noodles separately. Yes, you can make it all together, which is the purpose of ramen, to make it quickly and easily, but it tastes so much fresher when you boil them to just barely al dente and drain the water. Have a tea kettle of boiling water prepared as well. Put the ramen in a bowl with the seasoning packet sprinkled on top and then pour in the new water from the tea kettle. Mix and enjoy. I usually put some spinach or kale in mine too and the water blanches it under the noodles. Also, I usually put a poached egg in too. Yum! I hope you enjoy it!

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      You know, Ally, I am breaking my head trying to figure out how to create the flavor. I cannot buy any of those mixing mini bags you get for it, seasoning, i suppose, because i hate spicy food. So, how do i season the water by myself??? Just like, paprika pulver, curry, cummin, and these stuffs??? I could add many things, even cilantro, which we love in the south, but it wont taste korean!!! šŸ™
      I want it to taste korean, but without the spicy touch!!! LOL

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        Sorry, Iā€™m clueless there. I use the packets, but you can always buy the nonspicy ramen, right?

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          Yes. That is what I did. Don’t worry. YouTube has the answer. I have to search for related cooking videos.
          Also, I will visit with an unnie a korean restaurant very soon. I will ask there too…. 😉

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