Shin Ramyun
Traditionally Korean hot noodles in minutes

Shin Ramyun from Nong Shim are the most well-known and widely accessible Korean noodles. Exported all over the world nearly every Asian supermarket stocks them and you can even get them in some mainstream supermarkets.

Shin Ramyun are a spicy red pepper and beef flavoured instant noodle soup. You eat the noodles and drink the soup. You can add in many other ingredients as well such as meat, dumplings, eggs, kimchi or vegetables.

You need the following to make Shin Ramyun:

  • 1 pack of Shin Ramyun
  •  300ml – 450ml of water
  •   ½ spring onion
  •  1 Egg

Start by bringing the saucepan with water in to boil, start with 300ml. You can put more water in if you want the soup to be less spicy. Once boiling add the soup packet and vegetable packet that come with the noodles and stir it in. Then add the noodles to the soup.  Help the noodles to separate by lifting them a few times with chopsticks or fork.

The noodles take between 3-5 minutes to cook, try not to overcook them because they will become soft.

I often add vegetables like mushrooms, courgettes, prawns or meat, you can also pop in an egg.

Once all is cooked put in a large bowl to enjoy and serve with rice and kimchi if you would like. You can add some rice to the soup after you have eaten the noodles and don't forget to drink the soup!

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