How to Make a Ramen Taco Inspired by Naruto

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Ask a thousand 20-something Instagrammers their thoughts on ramen and they’ll all tell you that it’s tasty AF. The problem is, hot soup isn’t great for on-the-go snacking. That’s where the ramen taco — inspired by the popular anime Naruto — comes in: Using an oven-baked ramen loaf as a shell, this unique take on the Mexican staple super easy to pass around at an anime viewing party or while waiting in line for your favorite panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

Watch this video to find out how to make your own Naruto-inspired Ichiraku ramen tacos.


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Brett Bates
Brett Bates is a staff writer at Fandom. He's been in the video game industry for eight years as a writer and as a developer for companies like BioWare, Rumble, EGM, and Bitmob. According to his business card, he's a fan of indie games, crime comics, and boxer dogs.