If you’ve never tried StumbleUpon, you should look it up and try out the website. I stumbled upon a great recipe for sesame noodles on my iPad a few nights ago.
Sesame noodles are pretty easy to make! All you need is soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, and some ramen.
I don’t remember the exact proportions, because I didn’t measure, but if I had to guess, I would say three tablespoons of soy sauce, two tablespoons of sugar, and two teaspoons of sesame oil. You can adjust the amounts to taste as you experiment with the erciple.
Prepare ramen as normal, and drain the majority of the water, leaving just a little in the pot.
Add the mixture of sauces, and allow most of the water to cook out at this point. Stir the noodles fiercely.
After this, remove from heat and serve!
Additionally, you can add sesame seeds to the concoction, along with chopped veggies and shrimp.
My rendition actually turned out to be slightly potent for the amount of noodles I made. However, the truth is, this recipe will radically alter the taste of the ramen. You won’t recognize it as ramen at all if it’s done properly.
The sesame oil is especially strong and slightly bitter, but it does wonders for the flavor.
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