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Hey awesome nerds,
So, for breakfast, I decided I was going to have some Maggi Two Minute Noodles (ramen noodles). Sadly, the only flavour we had in the house was chicken, and I was not going to be eating that.
So instead, I looked in the pantry and found the following:
Garlic pressed olive oil
Praise's Classic Aioli
I thought that this probably wouldn't be such a bad combo of flavours, so I decided to go for it.
1 or 2 packets of instant ramen noodles, depending on how hungry you are
3 tsp Soy sauce
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1 tsp Garlic pressed olive oil (any olive oil will do, I just like garlic)
Aioli to taste
Combine soy, garlic powder, and olive oil together in bowl. Mix well.
Prepare ramen noodles according to packet instructions. Drain almost all water, leaving a bit to help keep noodles separated.
Place noodles into bowl with soy mixture. Mix well.
Add aioli to taste.
I found the aioli on the table from last night's dinner of fish, chips, and salad (yum!) and wondered what it tasted like, so I got a forkful of noodles and put a little dab of it on top. I was surprised how good it tasted.
Feel free to play around with the ingredients until you find something you like- maybe use fresh garlic instead of powder, or use a thick, sweet soy sauce instead of a light one.
I don't really change the recipe so much as the method. I prepare the noodles per the recipe, then drain 'em. Stir the spice pack in and enjoy. This of course assumes I have vegan ramen on hand, which I rarely do. I see packages of just the noodles, but they're really expensive compared to the individual packages so I rarely bother picking them up.
Here's a vegan broth recipe for ramen from Serious Eats. Your recipe is easier though!
Dave in MPLS / DISCLAIMER: I am not an actual rooster.
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