Sunday, March 15, 2009

Chili Ramen



Eating ramen instant noodle packets is a pretty cool thing to do. It became even cooler when I figured out that you're supposed to add hot water so the noodles become soft like real noodles. Recently, I tried replacing the water and flavor packet with a can of chili. This is pretty good, since it makes me feel okay about eating a can of chili, but I need to still add a bit of water to get the noodles hydrated fully. Oh, and an important ramen rule: always use two packets of noodles. One packet isn't enough, since food is good and you should want to eat a lot of it. Also, the can of chili wasn't very spicy, so I had to dump in a lot of cock sauce. In the end, I found this to be an interesting way to eat ramen noodles. I rate it 2 out of 2.

4 comments:

scific said...

I want to eat it, the ramen

Casey said...

Is that a spoon or a fork in the photo? My intuition is that for ramen a spoon would be rather inefficient.

Zeefer said...

It is indeed a spoon. I guess now that I think about it, a fork might be better for handling the noodles. I've just been using a spoon for eating all my ramen lately. It seems to work out okay.

XOCarolinaXO said...

just boil the noodles and drain it then make it witht he chilli. omg i drain the water then i put tuna in it with some mayo and its sooo good. i even added sazon and a slice of cheese with some red pepper flakes and BOOM you got diner!