The ramen burger has officially clogged all my social media channel feeds. Everywhere I turn lately it’s there tempting me with each passing minute. I started devising a plan on how to get my hands on this burger. I searched around the net found a few tutorials and ran to my kitchen to make one myself. I don’t think it matters what you put in the middle as long as the bun is the same. Hooray for the ramen burger. Make it with a turkey patty, garden burger, stack of bacon, or a grilled portobello mushroom. Just make it! Enjoy!
Ingredients for Ramen Burger Bun:
- 1 – package of ramen
- 1/2 – of seasoning packet
- 1 – egg
- 2 – tablespoons of oil
- non-stick spray
- Place a pot filled halfway with water over a medium high flame and bring to a boil.
- Add ramen and cook for 3 minutes.
- Drain ramen, then run under cold water.
- Place drained ramen to a bowl and add 1/2 packet of seasoning from ramen package.
- Mix to combine.
- In a small bowl whisk an egg to scramble then add to seasoned ramen. Mix to combine.
- Spray two small bowls with non-stick spray, then divide ramen evenly between the two bowls.
- Cover both bowls with plastic wrap and push down on the ramen to form buns.
- Place in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- In a small frying pan over a medium flame add 1 tablespoon of oil, allow it to get hot.
- Remove plastic wrap from one of the bowls and place it upside down into the pan.
- Leave bowl in pan upside down for about a minute or until you hear the sizzle of the noodles in the hot oil.
- Slowly remove the bowl and allow bun to fry for 4 minutes or until golden crisp on the edges.
- Carefully flip bun and cook for an additional 4 minutes on the other side.
- Remove bun from pan and place on a plate, while you cook the other bun by following steps 10 to 14.
- Stack your ramen buns with the burger ingredients of your choice!
For more recipes from Nicole Presley click over to her blog: Presley’s Pantry
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