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    Default Ramen Burgers

    Has anyone tried them? Either from a restaurant or made yourself. I haven't tried any from a restaurant but I tried making it at home. For those who don't know, it's actually the buns that are made of ramen, not the burgers. There's a couple of recipes on the internet that are basically the same. They're really simple to make & don't take that much time. All you do is cook a pack of noodles, drain them, and let them sit about 10 minutes to cool. Then in a small bowl you mix 1 egg and as much of the flavor pack as you want. Or you can do your own mix of spices. Then you take flat bun-sized bowls or ramekins, line them with plastic, and fill them with ramen. Most recipes divide the ramen into 4 bowls but I did 2 instead because I like them thicker. Then you put plastic on top of each ramen bowl and stack the bowls on top of each other to press them down. Then you put another bowl on top of these and something inside to keep it pressed & refrigerate for 20-30 minutes. Once you do that you heat a frying pan, add a little oil & fry each side until brown & crispy. The recipes say 3-5 minutes but that burns them. I did between 2-3 minutes on medium-high. While you're doing this, cook the burger. I did a simple burger with lettuce, mayo, & ketchup. It was really good. The outside is crispy but the middle is soft. And they hold together really well. I wish I could post some pictures but I don't have any way to do that. But you all should try it. And if any of you have tried it, what did you think?

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    Tried one at L&L. It was good but hard to handle as the noodles tended to fall apart. Probably easier to eat with a knife and fork. Tasted good, though.

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    Ramen Burgers are my idea of absolute nirvana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnholyGoalie View Post
    Tried one at L&L. It was good but hard to handle as the noodles tended to fall apart. Probably easier to eat with a knife and fork. Tasted good, though.
    If they fell apart then they did it wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnholyGoalie View Post
    Tried one at L&L. It was good but hard to handle as the noodles tended to fall apart. Probably easier to eat with a knife and fork. Tasted good, though.
    Eating anything from L&L was your first mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by job View Post
    Eating anything from L&L was your first mistake.
    You like get false cracked in Hawaii fo say'n that!
    "Quod tu es, ego fui, quod nunc sum et tu eris"

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    I have never had Ramen Burgers, but they re either the best of worst things ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nocturn View Post
    You like get false cracked in Hawaii fo say'n that!
    Which is hilarious since L&L is about as authentic Hawaiian as Panda Express is authentic Chinese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by job View Post
    Which is hilarious since L&L is about as authentic Hawaiian as Panda Express is authentic Chinese.
    You're right. I have no idea what I'm talking about.
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