Source for Ramen Noodles (not soup or instant) on Long Island?
I'm thinking of making home-made ramen; I'll make the broth and fixings, but I'm not up for making the noodles themselves. Does anyone know if H and Y market in Plainview or Oriental Grocery in Stony Brook (or anywhere else) carries the just the ramen noodles - fresh, frozen or dried?
And if so, any brand in particular that you prefer?
I had a hard time finding plain ramen noodles at H&Y, but technically you could take a package of instant and just use the noodle brick, discarding the the spice packets. I have to admit, when I'm searching for Asian ingredients at H&Y, I'm having a hard time since I don't read characters, so I might have just overlooked them.
I made ramen at home once. It was delicious. I ended up using Lo Mein purchased from Whole Foods, which I recommend. Unfortunately, I don't remember the name of the brand though.
Nothing wrong with using Lo Mein! David Chang used to use Lo Mein noodles before he started making his own.
Yes I've buy them often in Stony Brook H&Y advertises them .I've also buy them in V&T in Hempstead which buy the way has a pretty decent Chinese bakery and sells roast ducks 'pork and chicken They have a whole wall of noodles.Years back they housed a Walbaums in that store space so its well stocked. I just wish they advertized.