Tired of your dull old ramen noodles then kick it up in this easy instructable
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Step 1: Ingredients
You will need
1 package of ramen (flavor of your choice we have found shrimp or oriental works best but what ever you like would work)
2 cups water
2 crab meat planks (usually can find these in the seafood section of your local grocery) (should come pre cooked)
1/2 cup chopped green onions
A dash of hot sauce for flavor
Step 2: Chop Ingredients
This usually works best if you prepare the ingredients before hand so just chop the onions and crab up in 2 separate piles
Step 3: Boil the Water
This is the point where my wife and I disagree pick what way you want but I'm showing the way i do it make it wrong if you want. Add your water and seasoning pack to a pot on high heat. (my wife doesn't add seasonings till the end. Like i said make it wrong of you want i don't care)
Step 4: Add the Egg
This is the tricky step once the water is boiling crack in your egg to let it cook fully i usually let it stay there about 10-15 seconds, then stir to scramble the egg. Allow it to cook for about 2 minutes.
-CAUTION- at this step the water is prone to boil over watch it like a hawk (once you get to the next step it's not as likely to happen)
Step 5: Add the Noodles
(note im going to give you steps on how to time the rest you can use it if you want just found it works good if you do it in these steps)
add your noodles to the brothy egg,and set a timer for 3 mins sitting occasionally
Step 6: Add Green Onions
When the timer says 1:45 remaining stir in your Onions and let them cook
Step 7: Add Crab
At 0:35 remaining add the crab if you add it sooner it gets all stringy I like it too keep it's shape
Step 8: Serve Up and Enjoy!
Pour in a bowl and serve the most awesome ramen you've ever had!!! (or of your listening to my wife add your seasoning now then serve it)
You can also add hot sauce if you like.
Hope you enjoyed my ramen recipe (and first instructable) I'd love to hear what you thought or if you made any changes to it
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