The people who market that Ramen Noodle Soup don’t give you a bunch of information on how to prepare it. They want you to use a burner on your stove to which I say bull. Last July I told you how to prepare it in the microwave and the world changed forever. Well maybe not, but a few people did read the post.
Here’s something else you may not know. You can add some cheese to your noodles for an even better taste.
You’ll need to get the beef flavor Ramen Noodles. To prepare it in your microwave, just follow the instructions from my last post. In case you don’t remember it, here it is.
Now before putting that paper plate over your bowel put half a slice of Kraft American Cheese Singles over the noodles. Microwave for three minutes. Of course, remember to stir everything together before eating.
There you go. The beef flavor and the cheese taste really good together.
By the way, if you buy a six pack of this stuff, it will cost you $1.11 at Kroger. If you buy them at Walgreen’s, it’s $1.46. Do the math.
There will be more Ramen Noodle Soup posts in the days, weeks, years and decades to come. I’m here to serve.
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