Saw the movie “Parasite” about a month ago. Lets just say it was not at all what I was expecting. I came away emotionally drained but eventually loving the movie. During the movie “Ramdon” was made and slurped down like every great Asian noddle should be. So leaving the movie, I’m now an emotional shadow of myself and I want and need noodles. Bad situation for my husband, Jim. Get Laura “Ramdon” STAT!!!
We both jumped on our phones and Googled the dish. It turns out it is two different instant noodle packages (just like in the movie.) One is “Neoguri” (Spicy Seafood) and the other is “Chapegetti Pasta Chaja” (Noodle with Chajang Sauce.)
Now Jim knows exactly what he’s dealing with and drives to the (one and only) Asian Food Market in our city. He wishes at this point in time he had one of those red flashing lights you can stick on the roof of your car and, of course, a siren. Amazingly we found everything we needed!
Sizzle up about a quarter pound of sirloin, combine with both soups made as one and serve. Surprise, “ou vous l’avez,” crisis averted. We’re going to make this again this week. Simply delicious bowl of noodles. My only suggestion is the original does not have vegetables. I think I’m going to serve some stir-fry Bok Choy on the side.
Wear a bib or any article of clothing you don’t care about…you know your “Ramdon” apparel.
Here is how it’s done.
- Each pouch has two flavor packets. One designed to be added while cooking the noodles and the other designed to be added after the noodles are cooked. Prepare the noodles from both pouches together, adding the initial packets and cook until noodles are done.
- While this is happening, sear your cut up sirloin in a frying pan until browned on the outside but still rare.
- Lift out the noodles and place in a large bowl with a spider or slotted spoon, leaving behind most of the broth.
- Add a small amount of the broth the the bowl and toss with the remaining flavor packets.
- Finally add the steak and stir to combine.
- Serve immediately.