Wednesday, July 27, 2011

This history of Ramen noodles!

I flippin' LOVE Ramen. Here's my favorite Ramen recipe, and you thought you should just add water and the little packet thing...amateur.


Perishable things:
Get a head of purple cabbage (you can actually buy a 1/4 head of it at most grocery stores now).
A carrot
Sprouts (any kind work, I like broccoli sprouts and alfalfa, but bean sprouts work too)
finely chopped nearly any other vegetable

Frozen things:
Shelled Edamame
Frozen Peas

Spices, etc:
Rooster Sauce
Onion Powder
Sesame Oil
Sesame seeds
Soy sauce

Slice up cabbage into really small pieces, use a good sized pinch of it (and put in a ziploc bag for more batches later). Slice up carrot (use about half, add to that same bag and keep in freezer), pinch of sprouts, chopped veges, a few tablespoons of edamame, same amount of peas, a squirt of rooster sauce, a shake or 2 of onion powder, a teaspoon of sesame oil, a shake or 2 of seeds, a teaspoon of soy sauce - add all of that to the dried (and crunched up) noodles and half of the flavor packet in a bowl.

boil some water and pour until its just barely covered, cover for 2 or 3 minutes.

stir and enjoy!

"boring" Ramen

Now the HISTORY (yay learning!) of Ramen! ->

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