Dr. Oz recently illuminated the health (and taste) benefits of Sriracha, the Asian chili sauce. It helps keep blood pressure down and relax blood vessels. We are going to extrapolate this into Killer Ramen being essential to your diet, and being rather tasty.
The dish takes between 10-15 minutes and is a college dorm staple. Its satisfaction was tested under rigorous standards and proved a satisfying supplement for shitty boarding school food. It might not be a resume booster, but knowing how to make Killer Ramen has its benefits (e.g. instant company, even if they are just there for the food). You won’t regret taking the time to perfect the dish; nor will your stomach.
Ingredients- makes 1 serving
- 1 packet of Ramen, Thai or Buckwheat noodles
- Soy Vey Teriyaki Sauce
- Sriracha hot sauce
- 1 egg
- 1 table spoon of cilantro
- Bring pot of water to a boil and cook noodles until al dente
- Strain noodles and place in sauté pan over medium heat
- Put 2-3 table spoons of Soy Vey into pan with noodles and ½ table spoon of cilantro and cook for 3-4 minutes, stirring/flipping noodles every 30 seconds
- Put 1-2 more table spoons of Soy Vey and ½ table spoon of cilantro into pan and cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring/flipping noodles every 30 seconds
- Crack egg into pan and stir with noodles (the egg should coat the noodles) and stir/cook until noodles bunch together (and the egg isn’t shiny)
- Place as much Sriracha as you can bare (we put in around 1 tea spoon) and mix together
- Place noodles in bowl and top with a dash of cilantro
- Enjoy— then repeat every day for the rest of your life