instant ramen preseratives (6)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2006-04-09 04:38 ID:ed3dvAZ3

does anyone know anything about the stuff they use to preserve the noodles? I remember, a lot of instant noodles used to have instructions where you boil the noodles, then get rid of the water and put it into new boiling water (i guess because the previous water had all the preservatives) but nowadays all the instructions skip that stip.

2 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2006-04-11 04:53 ID:z+geAcKA

I don't think they have preservatives. It looks like they just removed the water. As for their drying process, I they are blow-dried using high heat.

3 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2006-04-12 00:03 ID:6/th4jkQ

if you boil your noodles and after you are done pour away the water and rinse your noodles with cold water it makes the texture better just add soup base and boiling water to it after you rinse it

gets rid of a lot of that floating saturated fat stuff and it taste better

4 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2006-04-12 04:16 ID:ed3dvAZ3

ahh so it's just fat ok haha thanks

5 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2006-04-16 21:10 ID:Heaven


ummm, that is starch floating in there, not fat....

6 Name: Briant : 2006-05-21 05:41 ID:ZQcZu2/u

...just wondering...but does ramen in soup taste better than ramen without? I know it's supposed to have soup but when I was a kid, I think I at it with the soup and the noodles tasted plain/didn't have flavor. So now I just cook the noodle, drain, at seasoning and then eat. It has more flavor...but it's kinda dry.

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