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Recreating the Spicy Ramen Flavor (Specifically Shin Ramyun)

lkhorgan | Jun 12, 2008 10:30 AM

Hey all,

I'm trying to recreate the flavor of the Shin Ramyun spice packet. A few months ago, coming home tired from school, I made an excellent (to me, although it may not sound great to everyone) quick soup out of frozen potstickers, napa cabbage, chicken broth, and the flavor packets from a couple of packages of Shin Ramyun. I'd like to be able to recreate this without wasting tons of ramen noodles, and I was wondering if anyone had experimented with or had an idea of how to make the flavor/spice packet in a larger quantity.

The website lists the ingredients as:
Salt, Monosodium, Glutamate, Beef Extract Powder, Sugur, Corn Starch, Soy Source Powder(Soy Bean, Salt), Garlic, Ginger, Onion, Black Pepper, Red Pepper.


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