Ramen Noodle With a Coffee Maker :D

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Introduction: Ramen Noodle With a Coffee Maker :D

About: I'm just making some ideas to become real.

Unusual , yes but deli and speed.
:D
At this moment I don't have an stove at home.
So we use the coffee maker to cook.
:D
It really works.
Try it !

- Ingredients:  only noodle and water :P 




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    23 Discussions

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    sunshiine
    sunshiine

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That happened to me on one of the contest recently! B ummer. Nice ible though.

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I did forget it because I had drunk to much that Sunday..hehehe so I did just on next day :D shame , I lost my sugru

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    sunshiine
    sunshiine

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    You crack me up girl! You will get sugru keep trying!

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    AngryRedhead
    AngryRedhead

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I've done this!  It's amazing what you can make with a coffee maker and a toaster.

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    yeh... I melt chocolate with my sandwich maker..
    Do you know Fondue ?
    The sandwich maker safe heat , so we can smearing the fruits and the chocolate does not cool.
    ;)
    I think I 'll do an ible about it ;D
    "Fondue with a sandwich maker"

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    AngryRedhead
    AngryRedhead

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    That would be interesting.  I like to use machines/tools in ways they weren't designed to be used although I'm not sure what a sandwich maker is.  I have a George Foreman grill and use that for grilling sandwiches.

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    AngryRedhead
    AngryRedhead

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    HA!  So you're using it like a mini stove?  Awesome.

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    a sandwich make (I'm not sure, if it is so called in English) ..
    but it seems like a gril George foreman,, but I think a GF would be to hot
    for making a fondue. We need to try :D

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    :D that is what I call "NeeD" !!!
    I have no stove at home hahahhahahahha
    so I tried to make this , or would eat only
    cold foods.
    :D

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    aaron7575
    aaron7575

    8 years ago on Introduction

    just tried it tonight, it worked perfectly. I tried instant rice, that works too.

    I've done this before, too! When I was not allowed to use a stove! Haaa....

    Either way, I think it is easier than using a stove (:

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    westfw
    westfw

    8 years ago on Introduction

    This also works fine with one of those industrial coffee makers with hot water dispensers (for tea) that you tend to find in corporate break rooms and such. Just take a heat-proof cup, make it about 2/3 full of broken-up Ramen, sprinkle seasonings, fill with hot water, cover with something, and let steep for a few minutes, and eat...