Okay I think Alex did something similar one time and I don't know why I never tried it before but the other day when it was pouring rain I was craving some soup. Luckily for me I had some seabass thawing out for another recipe I'll be posting in a bit so I threw it together.
I LOVE korean Ramen, it's spicy and is very similar to a Korean Tofu Bowl if you've ever had it. I can't even tell what the package says most of the time and you might need to find an asian market to get it but it's killer. I always buy the ones in the red packages because I assume that means it's spicier.
You will need:
Korean or regular ramen (not the kind in a bowl as it may not cook enough)
Cubed fish of sorts (I used white seabass but I bet rockfish is even better)
A raw egg
I boil the water according to the directions, usually it is 2 cups and it takes about 3 minutes or so on a hot burner
Add the ramen and packaged ingredients
Once the noodles soften (about 2 minutes) I add a raw egg and stir it up. Add the cubed fish and stir as well. Usually it takes 5 minutes to cook the ramen, I cook the fish cubes for 3 minutes or until they are done
The result is awesome. The fish cubes absorb the flavor and man it's out of this world. Of course the ramen is filled with carbs and all kinds of preservatives but you only live once.
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