Registered: Sep 2007
Local time: 05:28 AM
Location: Savannah, GA
I'm willing to bet anyone reading this has had at least one cup of ramen in their life. But if you're the kindof person living off the stuff, here's a great way to spice it up a bit and make a really good serving:
1 Slice of cheese
Maruchan Ramen packets (not cup ramen, the stuff you buy in the packages)
Cook the ramen like you would normally, and after 2 minutes of boiling (not 3 like the package says) starting mixing in the ingredients while mixing the pot. Start with the butter, I'd say two slices of it (each enough to butter one piece of bread or toast). Then begin mixing in the Maruchan packet of chicken curry powder that comes in the package. After about 30 seconds of mixing, add a little bit of salt and seasoning salt. Then pour a SLIGHT amount of curry powder in. Finally, and this is the most important part, take a slice of cheese (whatever your favorite kind is, except for swiss because that will ruin this "dish"), and fold it in half, and tear down the middle. You should have 2 slices now, toss one out. Continue folding the other slice until you can't anymore (as you fold this cheese, it should break into smaller pieces by itself. If not, you can just cut them into small pieces) and begin to stir them into the pot. Allow for a boil of up to 1 more minute at most, or until the cheese has dissolved into the pot. Let cool, and enjoy!
The curry powder is optional, because it really only helps to maintain the normal ramen taste after you put the cheese in. Try both, see which you like.