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Submitted By: Bryan Wilson
Submitted From: Madison, Wisconsin, USA
- feta cheese
- balsil leaves
- white wine
- olive oil
- roasted garlic
- baby spinach
- tomato (fresh)
- red onion
Boil water and basil leaves, white wine, olive oil roasted garlic, baby spinach, fresh tomato and red onion. Drain Water, Add chicken or Shrimp flavor. Top with parsley and feta cheese.
Submitted By: Rob Loukotka and Brandon Mayotte
Submitted From: Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
- 1 block of Ramen
- ¼ cup Brown Sugar
- ¼ cup Chocolate Sauce (Hershey’s… or whatever)
- Powdered Sugar
- Optional: ½ teaspoon Vanilla
- Optional: Whipped Cream
This Ramen recipe is quite a sugar overload. Your mouth will be pleased, and it will keep you up all night. Great for dessert (and for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!). Highly recommended: A tall glass of milk to wash down the intense ‘Hyperactive Candied Choco-Ramen’.
- Fill pot with 2-3 cups of water, and mix in ¼ cup of Brown Sugar. Also, if available, a ½ teaspoon of Vanilla (too much vanilla would make it tastes crazy… like Godzilla… be careful).
- Cook Ramen block when sugar-water boils. Cook until soft and quite ‘noodley’.
- Strain Ramen until most water has left the pot and gone down the drain.
- Pour in a few dashes of Brown Sugar, and ¼ cup of Chocolate Sauce. Make sure to mix it well, until the noodles are a nice golden-brown color.
- Dump Choco-Ramen onto a plate, preferably NOT a paper plate. Then sprinkle as much powdered sugar as you desire upon the Choco-Ramen. This makes it look cool, and taste awesomer.
- If you’re super-fancy, try adding a large mountain of Whipped Cream upon your Choco-Ramen creation.
If you do not have chocolate sauce, melted chocolate chips make a tasty substitute. Also if you don’t like chocolate, try using caramel sauce.
Note: This recipe is extremely sugary and should not be fed to children under 5, because they’ll stay up all night watching Spongebob.