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What ingredients do you use to flavour instant noodles?
I stock up on Heinz noodles (I've tried other makes but this is the best IMO), but I do get tired of some of the flavours that come in those sealed packages. What would you recommend using instead in the way of spices or other ingredients to give a bowl of instant noodles some great flavour?
Cook them in a little chicken stock, add a small amount of fresh ginger and finely chopped fresh red chilli, when cooked add some finely chopped spring onion and a twist of freshly ground black pepper.
You can make a Asian profile by adding
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoons chunky peanut butter
2 teaspoons Sriracha chili sauce
1/2 scallion, thinly sliced (optional)
1 teaspoon of sesame oil
Boil noodles with chicken stock and drain off most liquid. Toss with soy sauce, peanut butter, Sriracha and sesame oil. Garnish with scallion. Eat immediately.
I like to eat hot noodles with fresh spinach tossed in , melted butter or extra virgin olive oil and basil or garlic.
chicken stock and fish stock. Fresh vegetables with a little salt and soy sauce taste good.
I cook the noodles in chicken broth with "seasoning vegetables" (peppers and onions, usually frozen). When the noodles and vegetables are done, I remove the pan from the heat, whip an egg in a bowl then fold it into the hot soup. The egg will cook almost instantly, just like making egg-drop soup. My husband calls it "Omelet Ramen".
It is also delicious to drain the cooked noodles then stir-fry them in a little soy sauce with some vegetables. I throw in either chicken, fish or tofu depending on my mood. My husband likes to cook the ramen then add a can of cream of chicken soup, some broccoli and cheese.
by hinckles koma8 years ago
lets share soup secrets ill tell you one of mine and you tell me some its always good to know more especially when it comes to soups my fav.always filter stock before adding what you will actually eat to the soup.
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