Nongshi ramen is not really a noodle soup but rather a broth made from a mixture of rice and soybean paste.
It’s not often that we have this kind of noodle to start with, but it’s surprisingly delicious when you’re ready to indulge in a bowl of noodles for a few hours.
So, I figured I’d give it a shot.
It was pretty easy to make, and it has a great flavor.
The broth is not so high in protein that it doesn’t fill you up, but you won’t be able to eat too much of it as you only get half the broth in the end.
If you want a much healthier version of the soup, you can also add a little bit of vegetable broth to the broth to help it keep its flavor.
For the noodle sauce, I used a little vinegar, but any milder vinegar would be great.
I did add a few drops of turmeric to the sauce, but for the sake of convenience, I just left it out.
If I made this soup at home, I’d add it to a soup plate, but if you have access to a noodler, it’s an ideal dish for serving at dinner time.
I also like to serve this noodle noodle with a side of fried chicken.
The noodles are cooked until the center is cooked through and the outer skin is crispy, but still chewy.
You can also freeze it to make it reheat later.
I’d recommend serving this with a salad for a more flavorful meal, but as a standalone meal, you could also use it as a side dish for a sandwich.
Nongsha ramen noodles are available in noodle bowls at the following noodle shops: Albertsons, Albertyn’s, American Eagle, Big W, Best Buy, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Chili’s, Chinese Food Mart, Costco, Domino’s, Farmer Joe’s, KFC, McDonald’s, McDonalds, Subway, Tyson, Wal-Mart, and Whole Foods.
You’ll find them all in stores throughout the country. Enjoy!