Submitted By: Reverend Omestes
Submitted From: PC, Phoenix Az
- 1 pouch of beef Top Ramen
- 5 drops of Mongolian Fire Sauce, or Tabasco
- A liberal amount of garlic powder
- Fresh group pepper
- 1 cap full of Bourbon
- A little amount of ground ginger
- Optional: dehydrated veggie flakes
- Optional: Lemon Salt
- Optional: Green food coloring
- Optional: A little amount of good beer
Fill up a small pot with the requistite amount of water. Add about 5 shakes of pepper (or about twenty twists of a pepper mill). Add enough garlic power to cover the top-center of the pot (it floats). Add five drops of fire sauce or tabasco. And if you want add the dehydrated veggie flakes. Bring to a low boil. Add the Ramen, both peices. Add green food coloring if you want the “combat” effect. Halfway throught the cooking time, add a pinch of lemon salt (if you want). Add one cap full (or a 5 second pour) of good bourban (or wiskey) for flavor. If you want you can add a VERY small amount of beer (it enhances the flavor like salt does). Finish cooking. Add beef flavor while the ramen is still boiling. Stir and let boil for 1 mintute. Pour out half of the liquid, put in a bowl, and enjoy!
Note: This is completely no alcoholic, the alcohol will boil off, just leaving a slight bite. The ramen absorbs the the stuff you boil with it.