Five interesting ways to eat instant noodles

Five interesting ways to eat instant noodles

I feel like everyone has their opinion on instant noodles. Maybe it's because in college, when you're running late and want something fast that won't break the bank, you can either eat ramen or nothing at all. But whether you're a fan of this cheap and convenient meal or not, there are ways to make it better. Here are some ideas to try out with your next pack:

Try with Butter and Milk
  • Add butter and milk to the noodles.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Add a little bit of cheese, if you like it that way.
  • Cook your vegetables in another pan, then add them on top of your instant noodle bowl!
Try with Kimchi

Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish made with fermented vegetables and it's a good source of vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C. It also provides fiber and calcium.
If you're not familiar with kimchi (and you probably aren't), here's how to make it: chop some cabbage into bite-sized pieces; add salt; massage the cabbage until soft; put in jar with brine (water + salt); wait 2 days before eating!

Try with Peanut Butter and Sriracha Sauce

To make this delicious combination, simply mix peanut butter with sriracha sauce. Add soy sauce to taste--the more you add, the saltier it'll be! Peanut Butter & Sriracha Sauce is a great topping for instant noodles.

Try with Garlic and Soy Sauce
  • Fry the garlic in a bit of oil first.
  • Add soy sauce and stir to combine with the garlic.
  • Add noodles and cook until they're done, stirring occasionally so that they don't stick to each other or burn on one side of the pot (and if you're using an electric stovetop unit like mine, you'll want to keep an eye on this).

Stir Fry Instant Noodles

If you're looking to add some vegetables, meat, or sauce to your instant noodles, look no further than stir fry. This dish is a great way to jazz up your standard noodle snack and turn it into something more substantial.
The first step in making a stir fry is choosing what type of noodles you want: ramen or rice? Once that's settled (we recommend ramen here), get out the wok or skillet and start cooking! Add some oil--we like sesame oil because it adds great flavor--and heat up over medium-high heat until hot but not smoking. Then throw in whatever veggies you choose: carrots and cabbage work well together as do bell peppers and mushrooms if those are more appealing; just make sure they're sliced thin enough so they cook quickly without burning on contact with hot metal surfaces like frying pans or pots filled with boiling water like pasta does when cooked al dente rather than soft enough so there aren't any hard bits left behind after simmering for 20 minutes at high temperatures which could cause injury if ingested accidentally during normal usage scenarios such as eating lunch during work hours without supervision from coworkers who might notice something unusual happening beforehand such as overheating due lack attention given situationally relevant factors such as increased hunger levels caused by working long hours without taking breaks between meals throughout day leading up until now when finally getting chance take break eat lunch (#foodporn).

We hope that these five recipes have inspired you to try something new with your instant noodles. We know that they can be a little intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it they're actually pretty fun! The best part is that they don't require many ingredients or cooking skills--just some creativity and imagination!

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