Ramen is a Japanese word that literally translates to soup, a soup with noodles.
Ramen refers to the broth made from noodles.
However, the word also means to boil noodles in a pot, or to simmer them in a rice cooker.
You can use ramen to refer to soups and stews made from a wide variety of vegetables, including beans, onions, garlic, tomatoes, and spinach.
The word has been in use for nearly 200 years.
Here are some other examples: ramen karaage (rice noodle soup) ramen japanese (rice noodles soup) ramen takiya (rice and vegetables soup) rakudo (rice rice stew) rameno (rice stew) ramen (rice) rameneru (rice, pasta, and meat broth) and Ramen (food).