Reddit Reddit reviews Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20)

We found 50 Reddit comments about Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20)
PREMIUM QUALITY - The spicy flavor, cooked with beef, mushrooms and carrots, was inspired by the world's finest peppersSOFT AND CHEWY NOODLES - The soft and chewy noodles combined with the spicy beef broth create the perfect recipe that will pleasure any palateSPICY BEEF BROTH - Our specialty is a well-spiced soup that will have you sipping and savoring the sweetness of the meal down to the very last dropREADY IN MINUTES - A fulfilling yet simple meal that is easy to make and ready to eat in minutes0g Trans Fat per serving; Made In USA
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50 Reddit comments about Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20):

u/WeShouldHaveKnown · 83 pointsr/Cooking

This is my personal favorite. It is spicier than anything you would usually get in a grocery store and I think it has pretty decent flavor. I always doctor ramen with sauteed vegetables like mushrooms or scallions and almost always with an egg poached in the soup while its cooking.

u/bruhmanchillin · 48 pointsr/funny

that's actually the good korean ramen

u/99gthrowaway2 · 41 pointsr/pcgaming

I recommend this (just found out about it recently myself) if you're still eating the basic maruchan that I have almost all my life. Worth the extra price.

u/MacGregoman · 21 pointsr/videos
u/chevybow · 20 pointsr/college

Buy better ramen. I don't know how people can eat tons of Maruchan or Top Ramen. Get some quality shit on amazon. Its more expensive but you'll hate yourself a bit less. Here's some things to get you started with:

u/ccai · 17 pointsr/gifs

NongShim Shin Ramyun is my go to instant noodle, flavorful and delicious. Easily complemented with a fried/softboiled egg, simple greens and some fried spam. Each pack is $~0.87 each, much cheaper if you buy it from a local Asian market. I typically get mine for about $0.60/pack.

u/SunBelly · 13 pointsr/slowcooking

TIP: don't cook the noodles in the crock pot. Boil the noodles by themselves, drain, and then add them directly to your bowls before adding the soup. This keeps the noodles from getting soggy and is much easier to portion and serve.

Also, please don't use crappy instant noodles for this dish. You already spent so much time and money preparing good ingredients, you can surely afford to spend more than a dollar on noodles. If you can't find any fresh or frozen ramen like Sun Noodle or quality dry ramen like Hakubaku, get Nongshim brand instant noodles. They're WAY better than Top Ramen/Maruchan.

Of course, you don't have to use ramen noodles at all. This recipe isn't Japanese, so why not use lo mein or rice noodles or Chinese flat egg noodles or buckwheat noodles or bean threads. If you can't find any of those, you can always substitute spaghetti or linguine. Literally anything would be tons better than cheap instant noodles.

u/Bilbo_Fraggins · 10 pointsr/Cheap_Meals is pretty good and has sales around holidays and back to school times if you're not in a rush.

I get Shin Ramyun via amazon subscribe & save, not the cheapest noodles by far but a good deal on some good noodles with the 5+% off plus free shipping from subscribe and save. I order with a few other items every few months and get 15% off most orders.

u/heisenberg747 · 9 pointsr/drunkencookery

I used to do it that way years ago but I've found better ways to add some class to instant ramen since then. If you're going to try it, I recommend using something other than American or cheddar. Go with something gooeyer like mozzarella or Swiss.

A better way to improve instant ramen is with egg, celery, bean sprouts, chili oil, sriracha, soy sauce, sesame oil, fresh green onions, cilantro, kimchi, or leftover meat. The absolute best thing you can do to improve your ramen game, however, is to buy higher quality instant ramen like Shin Ramyun (throw away the freeze-dried veggies if you have fresh ones, though). Find a local Asian market, they probably carry this stuff or something similar.

I always keep some chopped green onion and celery in the fridge because there's nothing that can't be improved by a little sprinkle of green onion and celery, not even ice cream. And any time I make steak, I always make an extra steak for drunken ramen that night or hungover ramen the next afternoon.

Here's how to make this masterpiece of an instant ramen. you will need the following:

-1 packet of Shin Ramyun

-a handful of chopped celery

-handful of chopped green onion

-1 TBSP kimchi

-1/4 tsp minced garlic

-Soy sauce


-1/2 handful of chopped white onion

-handful of bean sprouts

-leftover steak/chicken/pork/grizzly bear/whatever kind of meat you made last night, sliced like in the pic above

-one egg

-1/2 TBSP chili oil (I use this stuff)

-600mL of water (~2.5 cups)

Bring the water to a boil in a pot with a bottom no wider than 6 inches. While the water is coming to a boil, add the flavoring powder, and throw the freeze dried veggies in the trash where it belongs. Then add a splash of soy sauce, a good long squirt of sriracha, the garlic, and chili oil. When the water starts to boil, reduce the heat to medium low, and add the noodles and onion.

When the noodles are looking sort of close to done, take a spoon and scoop them to one side, and crack an egg into the space without noodles on the other side (being able to crack and open an egg one handed is very useful here) . Spoon the hot broth onto the egg until the white sets, then add your celery. The idea here is to get the egg and noodles to be done at the same time, but before the broth reduces too much.

Once your egg is cooked to your liking (which by law should be over-medium), pour everything into a bowl. Pour from the side of the pot opposite of where the egg is so it comes out last and lands on top of the noodles. Add your green onion, kimchi, bean sprouts, and meat slices (cold is fine, the soup will warm it up). Follow the Seinfeld Soup Nazi rules and eat this while sitting down, because it will make your knees buckle if you've never had anything but plain Top Ramen.

Edit: added recipe for instant ramen that doesn't suck

u/eraserewrite · 8 pointsr/povertyfinance

The Maruchan ramen is $9/12 on Amazon, but it's only about $0.15 in the store for each pack. T___T You could upgrade to a $22/20 of Shin ramen at that point:

u/SirMontego · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/jarijasm · 3 pointsr/ramen

I made a trip to my local asian supermarket and picked up a few different kinds of instant ramen to try. I was looking for this one to try as well, but they didn't have any at this particular supermarket. I have another asian supermarket nearby that has a bigger variety of instant ramen and I plan on going there in the next few weeks. I would love to try other brands not pictured here, so let me know your favorite instant ramen that you think I should try. If possible link some pictures so I know what to look for at the store. The ramen pictured here are:


Mama Tom Yum


samyang spicy chicken

samyang 2x spicy I tried this one and it is way too spicy for me, the flavor was delicious though

saporo ichiban miso this is one of my favorite instant ramen, I buy it all the time, it's so good

shin ramyun spicy This is my favorite instant ramen. This was the first instant ramen I tried that wasn't maruchan and I fell in love. This led me to try other brands from the asian store that I wouldn't normally have tried.

*edit: i just tried the indomie and wow, it was delicious, so flavorful, definitely getting some more of those

u/polyethylene108 · 3 pointsr/ramen

My technique is not as posh as proper Japanese ramen, but it may give you a start. I tend to use something like Nongshim Shin in a flavour I like. First, I soft boil 2 eggs. Then I prepare veg like Pak Choi, spring onions, peas, asparagus, baby corn, and perhaps some sauteed mushrooms or cabbage, and maybe some water chestnuts for texture. I then boil water and add noodles and spice packets followed by my veg (excluding water chestnuts and things that needn't be cooked). I rinse and drain and peel my eggs. I pour my cooked ramen and veg into a big bowl and then top with the split boiled eggs, sauteed mushrooms and cabbage, spring onions and something like Shichimi Togarashi.You can also add grilled or stirfried meat to your taste. I'm allergic to meat, so I tend to keep it simple. You can use different kinds of seaweed, too. I like to soak arame in cold water while my eggs boil and then sprinkle this on top with my other toppings. The only limit to what you can do with your ramen is your imagination. The Wagamama noodle cookbook is quite awesome and you should be able to get it in America, too. It'll give you some starting points. Good luck and enjoy!

u/Symbolis · 3 pointsr/financialindependence

Even a superior ramen can be had for ~$20 for 20.

u/pikimaung · 3 pointsr/NCSU

They literally use this to make their ramen.

u/TheDemonator · 3 pointsr/spicy

Check out I promise I'm not affiliated but it's a hell of a resource. There's top ten lists that should help.

Also fwiw I used to and still buy the basic Maruchan ramen from most grocery stores and use powdered Habanero, Ghost and Scorpion peppers from Sonoran Spice Company and it heats up my ramen very nicely to the point where these Samyang varieties are delicious but I'm not blowing smoke out of my ears or anything.

Also I have these saved in my wish list from other recommended flavors people have shared (I'm hoping to get them on my asian market and not online):

u/tresbizarre · 2 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu
u/agod2486 · 2 pointsr/shittyfoodporn
u/djthreedog · 2 pointsr/Perfectfit

It's actually shin ramyun, which is sort of like Korean ramen! This is my favorite and the one pictured.

u/91stcentury · 2 pointsr/bangtan

This is the one we buy!

u/_Changyu · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Korean Ramen is the prepackaged stuff.

Shin Ramen - A classic. Link

Jin Ramen (Spicy)- My personal favorite. Link

Bul Dak- This one isn't cooked in a soup but you just cook the noodles, drain, mix in sauce. Link Super spicy. You have been warned.

Additions to ramen: Egg, Green Onion, Kimchi, Rice in the soup after you've eaten all the noddles if you're still hungry.

u/DeltaNu1142 · 2 pointsr/trailmeals

I love ramen for cold nights. The shin black is OK, but this one is spicier and I like it a lot more. I add a dehydrated veggie mix like this one.

This makes for a relatively low-sodium soup. Add chicken or some other freeze-dried protein and it’s a light weight and tasty trail meal.

u/MisterRoku · 2 pointsr/ramen

Usually sold in a Super Walmart in the Asian food section. Far more pricey than Nissin Top Ramen though. I personally, for a cheap and quick meal, get Maruchan Yakisoba noodles and throw in some pieces of chicken breast and carrots. I find the oily part of the noodles satisfying. I'm sure many here will find that info disgusting.

u/KippTheKidd · 2 pointsr/Hammocks

Well, the hammock, insulation, tarp etc are all a part of a system my girl made. I will leave it up to her to talk about those details. There are some details in with the images.

We are ultra-light, so we don't bring much with us. The heaviest we'll go is about 38lbs for 5 nights.

We used a penny stove for the longest time, but for just a few extra grams, the Titanium Sol Jetboil is very light, more convenient and faster. Less fuel is wasted, so overall it might be lighter.

The dog carries his own bed and food with a Mountainsmith dog pack.

We use an in-line mechanical water filter, pulled from a Sawyer water bottle that we added to our Platypus (superior to Camelback IMO). The hose has a quickconnect, so we can dunk the platy in the water then reconnect the hose without worrying about contamination.

We have a variety of backpacks, mostly GoLite, and we generally select them based on the size of the trip. I haven't found a backpack that is uniquely noteworthy.

We generally choose food for calorie density. Creamed coconut is nutritional and significantly more calorie-dense than.. well, everything. We also bring a lot of powders, thick indian curry sauces, high-calorie instant noodles, mayonnaise packets, tuna packets, thin rice noodles, dates, olive oil, candies. But we would never bring something as low calorie as bacon.

We also collect and eat various wild foods, including morel mushrooms, wood sorrel, indian cucumber-root, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, wintergreen berries and other mints (and leaves for tea), Jewelweed/touch-me-nots (seeds taste like walnuts, young stalks taste like green beans, flowers are sweet), cattail, arrowroot, dandelion, wild ramps (delicious when fried and added to instant noodles).

Edit: More links to gear.

u/Silverlupin · 2 pointsr/Fitness

are you using the maruchan brand? (more commen in the US). Korean/foreign brands often taste...SO much better. LIke

I like to add veggies, Rice cakes, sometimes even the frozen dumplings, as well as some extra sausages if you want to make it taste better.

Edit: Im korean, and almost threw up when my friend gave me the maruchan "chicken flavor" to taste. *shudder, never again. Ah! forgot egg! egg always makes things more yummy

u/twonicorn · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Fuck it, I'm eating all the cinnamon rolls.

I still have a half a box of these, the most delicious ramen you can get from a package, but I don't know if I really want to eat something hot right before we crash into the sun.

Oh wait, I wasn't linking that for a prize, I thought you meant something cheap to eat.

I am not smart.

u/el_americano · 1 pointr/tampa

Setting Sunson's on the water is by far the most delicious I have come across.

u/Taojnhy · 1 pointr/ramen

Personally, I quite like Nongshim's noodles. On a cold day, I'll even use the seasoning packet if I don't feel like making broth!

u/samantha_pants · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/WhiteMexicanJesus · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I make home forged knives. I felt that this was one of my most creative works. I made it from a railroad spike. here

Also, I love Asian food, so this would make my day or possibly my week

u/Swartz55 · 1 pointr/wholesomememes

Okay friend so this right [here ]( Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20) my favorite ramen but I don't know how much spicy food you have in Norway (I'm from Southwest USA so spicy is my go to and this is spicy) so if you want something quality but not too spicy I found that [this one is really good]( Yakisoba Teriyaki Beef , 4.00 Oz., Pack of 8 and [this one]( Ichiban Noodle Instant Bag, Original, 3.5 Ounce (Pack of 24) is a favorite of mine too!

u/spockspeare · 1 pointr/tifu

To replicate the experience without leaving your house, have some of this delivered.

u/nickels_for_tickles · 1 pointr/videos

This is my favorite:

Chapageti w/shrimp and a lil hot sauce is flavorful and filling as well.

u/StrawberryKiss2559 · 1 pointr/Cooking

I make this ramen (the best instant):

according the package. (That includes adding the spice packet.) Then I drain all the liquid and crack in an egg or two. I stir it around and it coats the noodles. It’s seriously good.

Or, of course, you could always make spaghetti carbonara. It’s a similar take on eggs. The eggs coat the spaghetti noodles.

u/NEp8ntballer · 1 pointr/Whiskyporn

My favorite ramen is Shin Red:

Add some lime juice and some fresh veggies/meat during or after the boil and it's magic.

u/carrotcakevegan · 1 pointr/Northwestern

OH MY GOD FUCK hahah . I'm Korean, the ramen that Koco sells is literally less than $1.00 a pack in grocery stores. All Koco does is add a slice of cheese or some eggs and vegetable medley to it. No asian person orders ramyun and pays $7+ plus tax and tip in a restaurant.


u/Draqur · 1 pointr/Fitness

I need a minimum of about ~75g carbs before a workout. Usually about 30 minutes before. It should be mostly low fat/low protein, and low/no sugar.

Then I'll usually do another ~50g carbs in a more sugary form intra workout.

Lately Shin Ramyun are my go to preworkout. Extremely tasty, easy to make... fairly cheap (less than $1/pack if you buy at BJs). Best Ramyun around imo. It's kind of a cheat, but since I do it preworkout I allow it. :)

u/Aetole · 1 pointr/Cooking

Instant ramen, but the good stuff, usually spicy - at least 2nd or even 3rd tier (measured by number of soup/spice packets). It's shelf stable, and easy to toss in whatever extra protein and veggies we have.

u/zarat · 1 pointr/casualiama

Have you had Nongshim ramen? It's by far my favorite and would recommend to everyone.

It's this.

u/texasflowergirl · 1 pointr/ramen

Shin Ramen Then add a bunch of stuff to it.

u/Janiichan · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm sure you can find them in Atlanta or something! They're pretty popular noodles :D

u/whiskeyinthebutt · 1 pointr/ramen

Not an expert, but I say get some Nongshim. It is one of the better repackaged brands I've had. Also seems to have relatively good reviews within this sub versus other instant packages.

Will be a step up in quality and easy to get from amazon

u/redditmarks_markII · 1 pointr/ramen

Shin Ramyun is a solid A- at all times. Its a nice staple, good spice packet, good dried veggie packet (shiitake is always welcome). Some people will call bullshit, but I actually like Shin Ramyun black.

Mama's Tom yum flavor is awesome. just awesome. kind of tiny, but also cheap.

Same with Indomie hot and Spicy flavor.

Sapporo Ichiban is again a nice staple. I'd say solid B unless you really like one of the flavors. Wife REALLY likes the tonkutsu, but its artificially flavored, and the only one of the basic flavors that has that on the label. I don't know why.

I also enjoy the Myojo Udon you see there with a lot of scallions and white pepper added to the mix. Obey the instructions on this one: boil noodles separately from a pot of just water. use the hot water on the flavor pack (and white pepper to taste, probably a lot), drain noodles and put in stock, add scallions and whatever else. maybe do a soy egg or something. I like beef or spicy flavors on this one.

u/JohnCryptoRambo · 0 pointsr/CryptoCurrency

I eat their Shin Ramyun! It's like the primo cheap ramen.