Instant Spicy Ramen: Sautéing With Sudha [7]

One of the easiest and quickest meals I've ever made. Not only does this recipe give you that blast of savory flavor you randomly crave throughout the day but it keeps you full without having to put in much effort.

*warning - this recipe is for those that can handle heat*

Instant Spicy Ramen

Prep/Cook Time Frozen Fries: 5-7 Minutes

Serving Size: 1

What You'll Need:

•instant ramen pack (i prefer chicken)

•sesame oil (or canola)

•2 tbsp minced garlic

•1 tbsp dried parsley

•1.5-2 tbsp chopped onion (i prefer red onion)

•2 tbsp pickled jalapeño (i prefer just the juice)

•crushed red pepper (optional)


How To:

➊ Add ~1-2 tsp of canola oil into a pot on low heat. Throw in about 2 tbsp of minced garlic once the oil has warmed up. Add about 1 tbsp of dried parsley.

➋ Chop up a red onion (or regular if no red) and throw in about 1.5-2 tbsp worth of onion into the pan. Stir everything together. Next, I like to throw in about 2 tbsp of pickled jalapeño juice - you may add actual jalapeños if you'd like, but I typically don't. Then, drizzle in some Sriracha. If you really want to open up your sinuses, shake in some crushed red pepper. Lastly, open up your ramen pack and throw in the seasoning.

➌ Stir everything together for about a minute on low-medium heat. Once stirred, crush up your dried noodles and throw them in the pan. Stir around until they're evenly coated. Once coated, fill up the pot with water until the noodles are JUST covered. Boil for about 2.5-3 minutes (or until the noodles are cooked to your preference).

➍ Pour in a bowl and drizzle with extra Sriracha and dried parsley if you'd like.


• If you find out that your ramen is too spicy at the end, pour out some of the juice and replace with warm water. It will balance out the flavors.

• If you want your bowl more soupy, add the water in Step 3 until the noodles are just covered with water (as shown in pictures).

• If you want your bowl less soupy, add in enough water that all your noodles will be cooked but don't fill up until all noodles are covered.

• Add in a boiled or pouched egg to be extra fancy and some green onion to drizzle on top!

Enjoy your incoming food coma!


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