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Ramen Latkes Recipe | Ramen Noodle Pancakes Recipe

A platter of Ramen Latkes.

These incredible twirly ramen latkes are a delicious dish that everyone will love. You’ll forget how easy and inexpensive they are with every phenomenal bite!

Twirly Ramen Latkes Recipe

Ingredients you will need:

  • 1 (3 oz.) pkg. chicken-flavored ramen noodles
  • 1/4 cup onion, finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

Break up 1 (3 oz.) pkg chicken-flavored ramen noodles.

Kristy breaks up ramen noodles.

Boil in water until cooked.

Kristy boils ramen noodles.

Chop 1/4 cup onion.

Kristy chops onions.

Beat 1 egg.

Kristy beats an egg.

Pour the boiled ramen into a mixing bowl.

Kristy places ramen in a bowl.

Add the chopped onion to ramen.

Kristy adds onions.

Add 1/2 teaspoon black pepper and 1 tablespoon flour.

Kristy adds ingredients.

Add beaten egg.

Kristy adds egg to ramen.

Add seasoning packet.

Kristy adds flavoring to ramen.

Stir together.

Kristy mixes ramen.

On a skillet, heat 2 tablespoons butter and 2 tablespoons olive oil.

Kristy heats up butter and oil.

Heat until melted.

Kristy heats pan.

Place ramen in clusters on the skillet.

Kristy cooks ramen noodles.

Cook on one side for a few minutes until golden brown.

Kristy continues to cook ramen noodles.

Flip and repeat.

Kristy flips the ramen noodles.

When both sides are golden brown, remove from heat. If desired, add toppings such as sour cream or onions.

Kristy adds sour cream to latkes.

Serve and enjoy!

Kristy poses with completed latkes.

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What are Ramen Noodles?

It isn’t known exactly where ramen noodles originated, but we definitely know that they’re versatile and delicious! Known in the United States for being inexpensive and plentiful, they can be cooked and served in a mind-boggling variety of ways. They were first marketed as “instant noodles” in the USA in 1971, and since then, they’ve been a nationwide favorite!

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Ramen Latkes Video Recipe


Twirly Latkes Video Transcript

Hi, welcome to the Rada kitchen. My name is Kristy, and we’re introducing a brand new cookbook called Ramen Noodles Genius. It’s got over 50 recipes that all use ramen noodles. They’re simple, delicious, and ramen. Today I’m going to make some twirly latkes. It’s almost like a potato pancake, but we’re going to use ramen noodles.

I have some water boiling on the stove. You’ll want to keep this little flavoring packet. You’ll just want to break this into about 3 pieces. We’re just going to add these to boiling water for about 3 minutes. While your noodles are boiling, we’re going to cut up or grate some onions. We’re using green onions. We’re just going to finely chop these onions until we have about ¼ cup. Then you’ll need to beat 1 egg. This Rada Handi-Stir is probably the best whisk I’ve ever used. I threw my old one away as soon as I took this home.

I’ve drained the noodles, and I’m going to add them to a bowl. And to that we’ll add our onion. A tablespoon of flour. That beaten egg. And about half a teaspoon of pepper. Then we’re going to add this seasoning packet from the noodles. I’m just going to stir that together.

Now we’ll go over to the stove. You’ll need a skillet, 2 tablespoons of butter, and 2 tablespoons of olive oil.

So, in a large skillet, we’re going to melt 2 tablespoons of butter and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Now you can hear the mixture getting hot, so what we’re going to do is take a tablespoon and drop the ramen on there. You might want to press them down a little bit with the spoon. We’ll check them in a few minutes to see if they’re getting brown, then flip them over. You’ll probably want to use a nonstick pan. This is the Rada Spatula, which is non-scratch so it won’t scratch the surface of your nonstick pan. I use it on everything, even my regular pans that aren’t non-stick. It works great. It won’t bend, is dishwasher safe, and 100% made in the USA.

After about 3 or 4 minutes they should be getting deep golden brown, so just flip them over. So the twirly latkes are golden brown. I drained them on a paper towel. A nice way to serve them is to put apple sauce on there. I like to use a little sour cream and some of the cutup green onion. They’re crispy, delicious, and inexpensive to make! That’s one of the recipes in our brand new cookbook called Ramen Genius.

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