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Noodles are the basis of many different dishes from all over the world, but if you’re not careful, it can be tough to cook them without them turning into a mushy mess. Here are WikiHow videos to show you the How To Do Anything and noodle on with a bowl of #InstantHappiness:
"To ensure that your noodles come out with just the right texture and keep them from sticking or being soggy."
"Noodle salads are a great way to make a nutritious, filling meal while using up leftover dry noodles in the cupboard. Best of all, since many different cultures from around the world use noodles in their cuisine, you have many flavors available to you."
"Eggs are a great way to add flavor and protein to your package of ramen. Prepare the noodles with seasoning and as much liquid as you like. Then, decide how you want to prepare the egg."
"Instant ramen is an easy, quick-cooking meal perfect for those on the go, college students, busy parents or bachelors/bachelorettes who are lazy cooking.
There are several tricks you can do to ensure that the noodles come out perfect. You can also add lots of other flavors and toppings, besides the flavoring packet that's included. With a little bit of creativity, you can have a tastier and more nutritious meal in no time!"
Chopsticks are a fun utensil to use if you know how to wield them properly, and they're often what you use to eat dishes like lo mein, pho, and ramen.
"Instant ramen are quick to make and can easily be transformed into something other than soup. Using ramen in recipes is an excellent way to economize on meals while still enjoying a hearty, flavorful portion. A peanut ramen noodle salad will only take about 15 minutes to prepare."
This is for sure very creative way to prepare your instant noodle meal but for the best noodle texture outcome, Noodelist team always recommend to prepare with adding boiling water! To avoid Noodelist founder, Tonxu, to do the eye rolling, do not make instant noodles in a microwave either - for real.
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Photo: Maija Lähdesmäki @onblueplate