It’s the ultimate in college food cooking. We’re about to bring your college experience to the next level, and there’s only one food to do the job- Ramen. This surprising and creative trick on such a simple meal can only mean good things. While at first I was a little bit off put by the thought of eating ramen for breakfast, I am glad I decided to give it a try. It’s has the perfect amount of cooking time for the meal it tries to be. There’s not really much to it, let us know what you think of it in the comments! If our directions confuse you, click the link below to the pictorial recipe)
- Ramen Noodle Block
- Ramen Flavoring (At most 1/2 a packet per block depending on your taste)
- 1 Egg per ramen block
- Shredded Cheese
- Cook Ramen Noodels without flavoring. Boil on stove or microwave with water for 3:00
- Drain water and allow ramen to cool
- While noodles cool combine one egg per ramen block and 1/4-1/2 packet of seasoning per ramen block in a separate bowl. (DDF Tip- Using more egg will make it more omelety if that’s what you are going for)
- Add Cooled ramen to egg mix so egg covers all of the noodles
- Pour noodle/egg mix into a frying pan, heated and oiled (pam).
- Let it fry until it looks half cooked, you should be able to slide a spatula under it at this point. Flip it. (DDF Tip- If you have trouble, slide it onto a plate and flip the plate into the pan)
- Cook the other half
- Pour some shredded cheese onto that omelet and slide it onto a plate.
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