[VIDEO] Watch David Chang Make a Ramlet with Eggs and Ramen Seasoning

By Frazer Jones
Happy Friday! How about some out-of-the-box comfort food to take us into the weekend? This week the food writing world got one of its biggest gifts in...

Happy Friday! How about some out-of-the-box comfort food to take us into the weekend?

This week the food writing world got one of its biggest gifts in the form of an expanded online presence for the quirky quarterly magazine Lucky Peach. In addition to a fresh new website, the publication also launched its first video in a new video series called simply “People Cooking Things.”

As you can probably gather it’s about people (that is to say chefs and more renowned foodies) cooking things. Because Lucky Peach is David Chang’s magazine, the inaugural video features Chang finding yet another use for one of his passions—instant ramen. In previous issues of Lucky Peach Chang transformed instant ramen into an a comforting simple cacio e pepe dish and then crushed and reformed ramen noodles for homemade gnocchi parissiene. This time around he’s using the flavoring packet as a seasoning for an extra-special omelet, or should we say “ramlet”? (Seeing as he says ramlet, we probably should too.)

 But don’t take our word for it! Check it out: 

[SOURCE: Lucky Peach]

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