Introduction: Easy Milk and Noodles
Are you bored of milk and cereal and want to mix it up a bit?
It doesn't matter what you answer! This simple recipe will change your mornings, lazy days and "I want something sweet but I don't know what" moments. This works great both as breakfast and dessert or night snack.
This is also a great intro in the kitchen as it utilizes simple methods and tools and there's noting that can go wrong.
Time to make: 15 minutes.
WARNING: Do try this at home/dorm!
Listen to this song while reading: Milk and cereal song
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Step 1: Step 1: Tools and Ingredients
- Noodles or pasta (every kind works but spaghetti is a bit tricky to eat this way)
(Use whatever you have on hand)
- Sugar (about two table spoons work for me but you can make it sweeter)
- Pot (enough to accommodate the milk and pasta) //you know what I mean :))
- Spoon (to stir the content from time to time)
Approximate the quantities after your milk and cereal proportions and consider how many people are going to eat (if you're a student, don't trust your room mates when it comes to food).
The plate/bowl is optional for you can binge straight from the pot.
Step 2: Step 2: Get That Milk HOT!
Get the milk in the pot and place it over open flame.It is crucial that you guard the milk until it is close to a boil.
You can add the sugar now. A dash of salt will intensify the flavor.
Step 3: Step 3: Add the Newdles
When it starts boiling add the noodles and turn the heat on LOW.
Gently stir the content for about 8 minutes or until the pasta is al dente.
Step 4: Step 4: Enjoy!
You can sprinkle some cinnamon or cocoa powder to give it a season appropriate twist.
The way I consume this dish is I get the pasta milk in a bowl using a ladle and eat it like milk and cereal.
When I make this only for myself I eat straight from the pot, like a pleb.
Refrigerate the remains and enjoy it later cold or warm. Eat it straight from the cauldron or place it in hippie bowls.
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