Korean ramen has become a popular staple food and snack among Koreans, which has resulted in large consumption. On a per-capita basis, Koreans eat the most ramen noodles in the world. An average person ate more than 70 ramen each year in 2014, compared to only 43 in Japan and 36 in China.

Korean Ramen began life as a variation of Japanese ramen, but it has evolved to fit the demands of Koreans and now exists in its present form. The primary tastes are beef-flavored soup, seasonings, and red pepper powder.

 

What goes good with ramen

  • KIMCHI

Kimchi is a popular side dish in Korea that goes well with Korean ramen. It’s delicious either way, but adding kimchi during the cooking process creates a distinct flavor.

  • PICKLED RADISH

When eating Korean ramen at a snack shop, it’s the second most popular side dish after kimchi. Although pickled radish is frequently associated with Chinese restaurant Jajangmyeon, it works surprisingly well with ramen.

  • EGGS

It has become common to add eggs to Korean ramen noodles. The most popular ramen is often accompanied by eggs. Korean ramen goes amazing with eggs.

  • CHEESE

Cheddar cheese or pizza cheese, to your liking, may be added. It will dissolve if it is added while the soup is boiling, so add it only when it’s nearly done or after it’s all cooked. Even so, because it melts sufficiently to be eaten by the heat.

  • VEGETABLES

A few slices of green onion/onion (add more onion for a sweeter broth) are sometimes used. This can make the broth enhance the taste.

  • RICE

Ramen noodles are commonly served with rice. Add rice when you’re almost done with the ramen noodles, then eat it with the soup. It’s preferable to wrap cool Rice in ramen than to put hot rice in it.

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