Hard Boiled Broc Ramen





Introduction: Hard Boiled Broc Ramen

Hard Boiled Broc Ramen By Good Dad Bad Man

A staple meal along the Pacific Rim. Ramen rocks it from the Far East to So Cal. A habit easy to master yet hard to end. The second recipe I learned to make was ramen noodles and I've never looked back.

Step 1: Ingredients

  • 1 each 3 ounce pack Maruchan Ramen Noodle
  • 1 each hard boiled whole shell Egg (sliced in half)
  • 1 each ounce blanched Broccoli Florets
  • 1 each tablespoon diced Pimentos

Step 2: Instructions

  • Wash your hands with medium hot water and soap.
  • Bring 3 cups of water to boil and add 1 each whole shell Egg.
  • Boil egg for 8 minutes and turn off heat. Carefully rinse boiled egg in cold water to cool.
  • Peel shell off cooled down boiled egg and set aside.
  • In the same medium size pot bring to boil 2 cups water.
  • Blanch for 2 minutes 1 each ounceBroccoli Florets. When blanched pour broccoli florets in calendar to drain then rinse with cold water to cool and set aside.
  • Using the same medium pot bring 2 cups water to boil on medium high heat. Add to boiling water 1 each 3 ounce pack Maruchan Ramen Noodle (set Chicken Seasoning packet aside).
  • Cook for 2 minutes stirring occasionally.
  • Add blanched broccoli florets and continue to cook for 1 minute or until noodles reach desired doneness. Turn off heat then add Chicken Seasoning packet to ramen noodles and stir to blend.
  • Carefully pour hot noodle contents in a bowl.
  • Slice peeled boiled egg in half length wise and place the two halves on top of noodles.
  • Finally garnish with 1 each tablespoon diced Pimentos.

Step 3: DONE!

This is So Cal comfort food at its best. On the rare occasion of a rainy day in the south land nothing does it like Ramen Noodles.



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    Ah, this brings me back to ramen cookoffs in college. If you skip the eggs and add some velveeta and cream cheese you'll actually get a ramen mac and cheese that's pretty good in a pinch. Great write-up man!

    Thanks! Ramen is very variation friendly especially in college