Introduction: Seafood Stir-Fry Ramen Noodles

Instant ramen is all-too-familiar for many university students. However, instant ramen noodles can get boring, so I decided to challenge myself and spice it up. I was inspired by asian stir fried noodles that are quite common in many Chinese food restaurants. So, I decided to replicate one using ramen noodles instead of rice noodles.

Step 1: Ingredients

* 2 packs of Ramen Noodles

* Korean Fishballs

* Imitation Crabmeat

* Carrots, Bell Peppers, and other vegetables in your fridge

* Cooking Oil

Condiments

* Hoisin Sauce

* Soy Sauce

* Salt

Kitchen Supplies

* Cutting board and Knife

* Wok

* Small pan

* Pot

* Strainer

Step 2: Mise En Place

* Chop the carrots and bell peppers to small, thin slices.

* Slice the crabmeat to quarters, once lengthwise and once laterally.

* Slice the fishballs to small pieces like shown above

Step 3: Boil the Ramen Noodles

* In a pot boil water using medium heat.

* Once boiling, add the dried instant ramen noodles to the pot of boiling water.

* Add the dried vegetables mix into the noodle-hot-water mix along with the carrots and bell peppers

* Turn off when the noodles are soft and drain the water

Step 4: Pan Fry the Seafood

* Heat up a small non stick pan on medium heat

* Add a couple of teaspoons of cooking oil

* Pan fry the crabmeat and fishballs until cooked, then set aside.

Step 5: Fry the Noodles

* Add oil to the walk about a centimetre deep

* Deep fry the ramen noodle mix until it's brown and slightly crispy

Step 6: Add the Seafood and Condiments

* Add the seafood to the pan of fried noodles

* Add a teaspoon of salt, sugar, and soy sauce

* Add two tablespoon of Hoisin sauce

* Add the two packets of dry powder that came with the ramen mix for spicy noodles.

* Mix well

Enjoy your dish!

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