Lazy Sunday - The Ultimate Korean Ramen Recipe
Enjoy the ultimate Korean ramen recipe on a lazy Sunday lunch or dinner so that you can get back to your favorite shows!
Every Sunday, I will post a Lazy Sunday Recipe so that anyone can make some cheap, quick, and easy recipes when all you want to do is relax at home, watch Netflix, or get over a hangover. Posts will be straight to the point, because I too am probably watching Netflix, relaxing, or getting over a hangover. :)
Instant ramen is tasty, quick, and cheap which fits the Lazy Sunday bill perfectly. If you are single, I know this is in your house somewhere. The beauty of the instant ramen is that you can add almost anything into this and make it taste good! Let’s upgrade it a little bit so that you can have more flavor, more vegetables, and make it a little bit more nutritious!
Ingredients I will be using to make the ultimate Korean ramen recipe.
I like to open and put in the broth mix and dried vegetables first, before putting it to the stove. (I believe it will cook at a higher temperature and also evenly spread to other ingredients.)
I usually like to put in the ingredients a little bit before I put the ramen noodles in, but had to do it like this to show all the ingredients. I also start putting in the ingredients when the water starts simmering. I never let the broth boil, always simmer.
After I put the ramen noodles in, I put the egg on top and close the lid. I never mix in the egg, as I don’t like the flavor of the broth. I let it cook until the yolk is a little runny. I added seaweed flakes, or furikake on top for more flavor.
*I went to culinary school, worked as a chef for 8 years, but never really learned how to cook until I read these four books. If you want to go beyond cooking from just reading a recipe, I go into details in how these four books changed the way I cook: Learning How to Cook
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