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New found love: how I eat my Shin Ramyun


Hey lovelies, I am in love with a gourmet spicy noodle called Shin Ramyum noodle soup. Since I moved  to Denver, I miss my regular Indomie noodles that couldn't travel with me. I thought all hope was lost until I ran into my newly found love. It has 250 calories per pack, absolutely no cholesterol, no Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) and no trans fat. It is enriched with proteins, dietary fiber, iron, sodium and little carbohydrate. As a typical yoruba girl, I am expected to like very peppery and spicy foods, but pepper isn't really my thing. This noodles is perfect for my tongue because its not peppery but very spicy.
The way I make this noodles is slightly different from how I make my regular Indomie noodles. I prefer to cook it on a hot surface rather than a microwave.
Step 1: Boil 550ml of water (2 medium cups) in a pot till it reaches its boiling point (100 degrees celsius)
Step 2: Add noodles to boiling water( you can decide to break in into tiny pieces or leave it long, depending on your preference)
Step 3: Add the vegetables mix  (included in the noodle pack).
Step 4: Add the soup base (included in the noodle pack).
Step 5: Let it cook for 5 mins, stir occasionally.
Step 6: Add some sort of fish or meat or prawns to make it more fun to eat ( optional).
You may decide not to wait till the water fully dries. Serve it, its helps to keep warm on cold days or you may wait till its fully dry.

Step 7: Serve carefully, content is very hot.
One pack of Shin Ramyum noodle is filling. If want want to go all out, buy some chop sticks and eat with it, It would feel fancy. A cup of water would go perfectly with this meal, no need for soda.

P.S
My next post would be on a jaw dropping haul, watch out. You would be blown away by awesome stuffs at ridiculous prices. Can't wait!

"You don't need a silver fork to eat good food".- Paul Prudhomme.

With love,
Bibi l'amour.



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