How To Make Instant Noodles In Electric Kettle

I looked around since I didn’t want to do enough dishes to free up space on the stove for a pot to boil water in and I didn’t want to wait the three minutes for the noodles to cook after waiting for the water to boil. As soon as I saw the teakettle, a light bulb above my head went out. Since it was the middle of the day and the kitchen was already sufficiently bright, I turned out the light.

Step 2: Open your packet of noodles. Put the noodles in the bowl. It’s really up to you and your preferences whether you break up the noodles or leave the block whole. If you’d like, open the seasoning packet and drizzle it over the noodles.

Oh Ramen noodles. The cornerstone of any typical college student’s diet, the epitome of first forging out on one’s own, and the ideal fast dinner when you’re short on cash, pressed for time, or too drunk to prepare food Unbelievably, I only recently picked up the skill of making Ramen myself a few weeks ago. Now, that’s a little incorrect; I’ve always been able to make it Boil water, add noodles, eat. However, until a few weeks ago, I had never succeeded on my own. I always ate it right out of the package or had it made for me—thank you, best husband ever.

I know, that sounds soooo complicated. But I have faith that you can do it too. This recipe is fantastic because it makes delicious Ramen without requiring you to wait around for it to cook and because it requires you to wash even fewer dishes afterward—because, if you’re anything like me, you detest washing dishes! Make yourself a cup of tea to toast to your newfound awesomeness.

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