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Shiitake Sesame Ramen by MONTyBOCA
Ramen. We all know it. We all love it. And there’s a reason why it’s in almost all of our packs come trip time. But let’s liven it up a little bit. Packing along a few fresh ingredients or items to sprinkle on top go a long way for an elevated bowl. Snap peas, red pepper, broccoli/cauliflower, green onions are all readily available, easy packing and last for multiple days on the trail. Try sprinkling on some sesame seeds, hot sauce or nuts for extra flavor and crunch.
Hikers note: I’ve made a version of this deep in the Olympic National Park on day 3 of a solo hike. It really hit the spot while listening to the Lillian River rush by.
Watch Chef Corso Cook the Shiitake Sesame Ramen
Full Ingredient List
Take a look at the ingredients Chef Corso used in his Shiitake Sesame Ramen and use them to elevate your next trail meal!
- Soy Sauce
- Rice Vinegar
- Sesame Oil
- Shitake Mushrooms, dried
- Ramen Noodles
- Green Onions
- Snap Peas
- Eggs, hard-boiled
- Jerky, Pre-Cooked Tofu
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