Definition of ramen
: quick-cooking egg noodles usually served in a broth with bits of meat and vegetables
Recent Examples of ramen from the Web
Its smaller box, which costs $59.94, feeds two people for three meals, and includes recipes such as spicy Korean-style chicken and roasted onion miso ramen.
But there are plenty of writers eating ramen on a friend’s couch who would gladly upgrade to four nights in a hotel, along with a $400 mall gift card and a $2,500 honorarium.
The book doesn’t outline day trips to Mount Fuji, and there are no directions to ancient Shinto shrines or tips on where to get the best ramen.
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Origin and Etymology of ramen
First Known Use: 1962See Words from the same year
RAMEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ramen for English Language Learners
: very thin, long noodles used in Asian cooking
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