Ramyun Pot

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-T10, 35mm, f/2, 1/100 sec, ISO640
“Hot Ramyun” Cedar Park, 2023

I had to satisfy an intense craving for ramyun at lunchtime, so I took out the special ramyun pot and got to work. I added egg of course, but totally blew it and forgot to add cheese. What a missed opportunity! Never again.

However, the hot noodles and spicy broth, mixed with the runny egg yolk really hit the spot. And the ramyun pot made it taste about 5% better than using a regular pot.

Perfect Size Pot for Ramyun

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-E4, 27mm, f/2.8, 1/100 sec, ISO800
“Ramyun Pot” Cedar Park, 2021

We got this small 14cm-sized pot with lid which is excellent for making Korean noodles. It fits a regular Shin Ramyun perfectly, and the lid makes it easy to cook an egg in your noodles to your desired doneness.

But what makes this pot truly valuable is that it looks so nice that you don’t feel bad about eating straight out of it. I actually don’t mind eating out of a pot, but I have to admit that it is a little tacky. Maybe okay for a college student, but for people of a certain age, it’s just not good. 😂

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-E4, 27mm, f/2.8, 1/45 sec, ISO3200
“Ramyun” Cedar Park, 2021

Spicy Instant Ramyun

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/3.2, 1/125 sec, ISO5000
“Egg and Kimchee” Cedar Park, 2019

こんばんは。How’s it going?

I’m sure many people who eat instant ramen like to “fancy it up” with extra ingredients from the fridge, right? My go-to is always an egg that I will drop in with two minutes to go on the timer, but for the Korean Ramyun I enjoyed today, I added a healthy amount of kimchee. It’s just so yummy! Now that I think about it, I don’t know why I am not adding nori to my ramen too. We usually have some on-hand in the freezer so there’s no excuse not to.

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/3.2, 1/125 sec, ISO3200
“Spicy Ramyun” Cedar Park, 2019

I hope you had a good day!