As I’ve said before… I cannot cook. At all. However, even I can make a delicious snack in the kitchen!
But… sadly my snack-making abilities stops at boiling water. Normally not a problem, with my other half dishing up mouthwatering delights, but I did of course spot a fab competition this evening. Which involves a vegetarian recipe.
I did mention I cannot cook? Just wanted to make sure. 😀
Soooooo – here’s my recipe for oh so spicy noodles:
- 1 pack of Koka Instant Noodles – Stir Fry Flavour
- 5 minutes, including preperation
- 25p + electricity
- Pasta server
Step by step:
1: Open pack of noodles.
2: Add water to your saucepan. Open “soup base” that came in the noodle pack, and whack in with the water.
3: Chuck in the noodles with the water and soup base. Throw away the wrapping the noodles came in. Pot saucepan on stove, and turn up the heat.
4: Whilst waiting for water to boil, open “Flavouring oil” and pour into bowl. Throw away wrapper.
5: Use pasta server to give the noodles a wee stir when water has reach boiling temperature. Lower heat, and let simmer for a couple of minutes.
6: Turn off stove. Use pasta server to drain and spoon the noodles into bowl.
7: Use fork to give noodles a good old whirl to get the oil to cover them nicely – enjoy!!!
If you can actually cook, and want to enter – head on over to Betta Living! Post your vegeterian recipe in a blog post, and send them an e-mail with the link… ends today! Must use ” #BettaRecipe ” in the post.
No, this isn’t serious, incase there someone with a bad case of “wet blanket”. I needed something to cheer myself up. Unless I’m the only entry (hey – it’s happened to me before!) I have no hope when it comes to anything that involves cooking. 😀
But – I am serious about these noodles!!! These noodles are AMAZING. They are so spicy, and absolutely fantastic. I don’t order mine online, but buy them at Home Bargains when in store. Eat them just like above, used them in stir fry. Perfect for lunch or part of dinner… or like we occasinally do, just beacuse it’s so quick and easy, actually have the noodles as the whole dinner, and just have fresh bread with it.