posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 01:07 PM
Hmmmhmmmm.... I would have posted earlier but I had to go make some Ramen after reading the first couple pages. And I make it RIGHT, yo!
The only proper way to make ramen:
Boil a TINY amount of water on the stove in a TINY pot with the flavor packet mixed in. Have your stove on high. Once it comes to a boil, put your
noodle brick in the water. At this point, the water should just come about half way up the noodle brick.
Poke at it with chop sticks until you can feel the underside of the brick getting soft. The top should still be rock hard. Don't get all ridiculous
adding too much water. Then flip that shizz. Wait about 45 seconds, turn off the stove, and stir VIGOROUSLY until all of the water is gone and you
just have dry, but semi-soft noodles. They should be pliable, but with the center of the noddle still being a little crispy.
Then add a ton of Worcestershire sauce (really nobody else is doing this?!?!?!?!) Add a pack of the steam-in-the-bag mixed veggies, along with thick
slices of pork tenderloin.
Oh jeez I think I need another bowl of Ramen already. Shoost!