“Spiciest Ramen in the World”? Gotta have it!

So a few weeks ago, my friend Erin tags me in a post about this supposed “really hot ramen”:

So of course I had to go to Amazon and buy a bundle of them right away so I could try them as soon as I got home from New Orleans.

The noodles came in a 5-pack – very colorful red package with a cartoon chicken breathing ramen flames.  When I opened the package, I found a sauce packet and a spice packet.

The preparation took longer than the ramen you used to live on in college.  First of all, I had to translate the metric measurements on the package to good ol’ ‘Murican measurements – apparently 600mL of water is about 2.5 cups.  Then you boil the noodles for 5 minutes, drain – keeping 8 “spoons” of water – then stir-fry in the sauce for 30 seconds.  I ended up using a pot, a stir-fry pan, and a mixing bowl, but I guess I could have prepared the ramen in one non-stick pot.  Something I noticed on the video above by INSIDER Food – they did not stir-fry… they simply poured the sauce on cooling noodles.  The magic sauce was probably not brought to its peak hotness because they were eating it cold.  P**ssies.

After you stir-fry, then you add the spice packet – looked like chili peppers and sesame seeds.  And by the way, the last word in the above paragraph was prissies… this blog post is kid-friendly.

So now we’ve got the finished product.  “How was it?”, you ask?  Well, here’s my video review:

Oh, by the way – I did not know there were all these “Hottest Ramen Challenge” videos out there until I uploaded mine tonight.  Wow – some people have a lot of time on their hands.

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Warren G

Internet marketing professional, email marketing pioneer, Gator fan, lover of music, sports, bacon, good food, great drinks, and great people.

One thought on ““Spiciest Ramen in the World”? Gotta have it!”

  1. Nice Warren G! I got an idea. Put your spoon in the oven for 15 min. @ 475 degrees and then put it on your tongue! 😂😂😂 Hot!!! 🔥🔥🔥

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