This post isn't technical, but I thought I would share it with you anyway and hopefully you might find it useful. I'm sure you college kids certainly will anyway...
So I'm a bachelor again, and one of the things I find myself eating at lunch time because it is quick, easy and cheap is Top Ramen. Most of the time I actually go for cup of noodles, but Top Ramen is usually cheaper. The problem with Top Ramen besides its utter lack of nutritional value is that it doesn't come with microwave instructions, so here is what I do:
- In a regular sized bowl, break the noodle brick in half and place the two halves sideways in the bowl so they can fit, then fill the bowl about half way with water.
- Place the bowl in the microwave and microwave it on high for two minutes.
- Take out the bowl and stir in the remaining noodles, then place the bowl back in the microwave and nuke them for another two minutes.
- Take the bowl out of the microwave and stir in your flavor packet. Bam! Microwaved Top Ramen!
There you have it, my super secret microwave Top Ramen recipe. Do you do it differently? I'm curious to know how you do it. Let us know in the comments.