"Instant ramen becomes a nearly-instant burger bun in this fun, and tasty, spin on a traditional hamburger seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil." — pooks088
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2 (3 ounce) packages
instant ramen noodles, flavor packet discarded
salt and ground black pepper to taste
lean ground beef
vegetable oil, divided
chile-garlic sauce (such as Sriracha)
1 1/2 cups
We loved these ramen burgers! We included one of the seasoning packets in with the noodles and they had TONS of flavor. We also mixed the chopped green onions into patty. So delicious - and not really a burger as much as a mix of all those incredible Japanese flavors: soy, sesame, onion, and noodles.
Tried this last year. Did my best to make it work. Not happening.
Surprisingly tasty! Especially with green onions in the burger patty.
Sounds AWESOME! I think I will have to put a VeggieBurger in the middle, though.
This actually saddens me to have to do this, but we did not like these at all. I was so hoping that these would hit the spot for us b/c I loved the concept of these. I had no issue making the ramen 'buns', and actually had fun doing it. I made these into sliders. I do wish they had more flavor, though. I felt like when I bit into it all I could taste was plain noodles. Again, I am so sorry, but these just didn't do it for us...Thanks for sharing.
I've made it using the egg binder noodle method and the sauce and scallions, etc. and haven't liked the results. I’ve seen enough ramen burgers being made and tried enough recipes to know that execution is not the issue. I like this method better and do consider it an improvement. However, I don't think either is a particularly good concept.
This is a great recipe and I did just a few small variations on it. Instead of Beef I used ground pork to make the patties, I added a little salt and onion to the patties. I did not use soy or sesame oil. I generally only use a tiny bit of sesame oil when stir frying but I find that it can make a recipe go wrong if you are heavy handed. So After making the noodles and putting them in the cups I put them in the fridge for a few minutes before frying, this worked great to help the shape set. As for the sauce, I used hoison with a bit of chili. The pork patties, egg, cheese and hoison blended nicely and the ramen buns brought all the flavors together. This will be a new favorite late night snack at our house.
We love Ramen Burgers! We make the Ramen "bun" exactly as this recipe calls for but instead of the other ingredients in this list, we just make a regular hamburger patty with salt and pepper. Then after frying both the hamburger patty and the Ramen bun (separately of course), we fry an egg and put a slice of cheddar on it and mix a little ketchup and Sriracha sauce, assemble the works and Voila! A whole new type of Ramen Burger... and delicious!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 456
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