You can find ramen noodles in studio apartments and college dorms across the world. But, this delicacy is not just a poor person's best friend. It's versatile -- an ingredient in hundreds of recipes aside from soup. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of all things ramen.
Ramen originally hails from what country?
How much is a package of instant ramen noodles?
around .90 per package
around $1.25 per package
around $1.50 per package
What is NOT a brand of ramen noodles?
True or False? Ramen noodles are used in many different entrée and appetizer recipes, but they can't be used in dessert.
What are options for eating ramen?
cooked as instant soup or as part of another recipe
raw, as a crunchy snack
any way you can think of
From what is the word "ramen" derived?
both are correct
If you ate instant ramen noodles for an entire week, 3 meals a day, what would your food budget be?
True or False? The ramen recipe is cooked the same throughout the various regions of Japan.
Recipes and dishes made up of ramen account for how many meals, worldwide, each year?
What is NOT a reason ramen because popular in Japan after World War II?
It was cheap.
It was filling.
It was native to Asia.
Which is cheaper -- 24 ounces of ramen noodles or 24 ounces of mashed potatoes?
Ramen noodle are high in what nutritional measure?
Ramen noodles were the official soup of what major sporting event?
2004 World Series
1994 Super Bowl
1984 Summer Olympics
Ramen is categorized based on its soup base. What is tonkotsu ramen?
soy sauce base
What is a popular side dish to serve with ramen?
What is a ramen ya?
ramen for one
a supersized package of ramens
a ramen noodle shop
What is an easy way to add extra nutrition to your ramen noodles?
Include some veggies.
Include an egg.
Both answers are correct.
True or False: Chinese cooks prepared the first ramen noodles at a Tokyo restaurant.
Who was the founder of Nissin Foods, the first company to manufacture and package instant ramen?
Ramen was originally called shina soba, but with time, people dropped the "shina," meaning China. Why?
Japan wanted the credit for the dish.
political tensions between China and Japan
China didn't want their name associated with it because it wasn't born in their country.