Photo of Baked Bean Chili Shin Ramyun

Applied Mexican Chili to Shin Ramyun.

The Recipe
“Top your ramyun with baked beans and spicy chili sauce to create a fusion of Korean and Mexican flavor.”


  • 1 bag of Shin ramyun
  • 4g of soup base
  • 60g of crushed onion
  • 10g of crushed garlic
  • 1g of parsley
  • 8g of Cajun powder
  • 5g of paprika powder
  • 2g of cayenne pepper powder
  • 100g of chopped beef
  • 18g of butter
  • 120g of chicken broth (liquid)
  • 170g of tomato sauce
  • 60g of baked bean

Cooking Direction

  • 1) Season chopped beef with salt and black pepper.

  • 2) Stir-fry 1 in a buttered pan with medium heat.

  • 3) Add crushed onion and garlic into 2 and cook for 30 seconds, then add baked bean and cook 1 more minute with low heat.

  • 4) Add Cajun, cayenne pepper, paprika, and soup base and stir-fry for 30 seconds, then add chicken broth and boil down until half of broth is gone.

  • 5) Add tomato sauce and boil down for 2 minutes.

  • 6) Cook noodle with boiling water for 4 minutes and 30 seconds and place noodle on the separate bowl, then put prepared chili and parsley on top of the noodle.

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