I love ramen but I have a difficult situation. Almost every one of my favorite ramen joint is always jam-packed with people with a line longer than the great wall of China.
The wait is frustrating so I usually give up, as a result, I can’t have ramen as much as I wanted to.
But it all changes with Nissin RAOH–the first brand of restaurant-quality ramen available in the US, in a packet that takes practically 4 minutes to cook.
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When I say restaurant-quality, I am talking about ramen that tastes like it is straight out of Santouka or Kitakata (both are famous ramen restaurants in the Orange County area); think Tonkotsu Ramen, Miso Ramen, and Soy Sauce Ramen, three authentic ramen flavors that we all love.
What’s more, the dry noodles in Nissin RAOH are almost like fresh ramen noodles after cooking, thanks to Nissin’s state-of-the-art technology to create triple-layered air-dried noodles.
The texture of the ramen noodles is silky, smooth, yet with a chewy and firm bite. Nissin ROAH–which means Ramen KING in Japanese language–is the real deal and by far the BEST instant Japanese ramen in a packet.
This Nissin RAOH Umami Miso Ramen is uniquely Japanese and has become a modern classic.
It’s one of my favorite flavors. To make my homemade ramen extra delicious, I made some fresh shrimp wontons and added corn as the toppings.
The whole meal took about 20 minutes to make but I had a bowl of piping hot, authentic, and extremely delicious Japanese ramen at home.
I enjoyed it so much that I slurped the last drop of the miso broth. The 20 minutes cooking time sure is shorter than the wait time!
If you love ramen, you HAVE to buy and try out Nissin RAOH. Trust me, you will not believe that this is an instant ramen.
Now check out my cooking video below and learn how to wrap shrimp wontons and make amazing ramen.
About Nissin RAOH
Nissin was founded in 1948 by Momofuku Ando, the inventor of instant ramen. Nissin RAOH has been a best-selling brand of ramen in Japan for over 20 years. Nissin RAOH comes in three authentic flavors: RAOH Umami Miso, RAOH Umami Soy Sauce, and RAOH Umami Tonkotsu.
This conversation is sponsored by Nissin. The opinions and text are all mine.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 198 calories per serving.
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- Cut the shrimp into small pieces. Add the sesame oil, salt and cornstarch, stir to mix well.
- Add 1 teaspoon of the shrimp filling onto the center of a wonton wrapper. Wet your index finger with water and trace the outer corners of the wonton wrapper. Fold, pinch and enclose the opening to form the wonton. Repeat the same to make 10 wontons.
- Heat up a small pot of water and bring it to boil. Drop the wontons into the pot. As soon as they float to the top, remove them with a slotted spoon or strainer. Set aside.
- To make each bowl of ramen, boil two cups of water in the same pot. Add the noodles and cook for 4 minutes or until al dente. Meanwhile, empty the flavor pouch of Nissin RAOH Umami Miso in a serving bowl.
- Remove the noodles from heat and pour the water into the bowl first and mix well with a pair of chopsticks. Add the noodles into the bowl and mix again.
- Add the wontons, corns, and scallions as the toppings. Serve immediately. Repeat the steps above to make the second serving.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.