Friday, January 24, 2014

Reheating Noodles on a Stove

Reheating Noodles
Cooking Noodles on a Stove
I really want to take credit and say that I was cooking, but putting water into a pot, letting it boil, and adding dried noodles and soup powder seems a bit like cheating. It's not Ramen, it's some other brand that produces dried noodles and soup packets. To be honest, I don't think I've ever actually had Ramen brand noodles. Next time I go to the supermarket, I should try looking for that -- or just buy a bunch and figure it out at home.

This is footage of water being boiled in a stainless steel pot and prepackaged, dried noodles being dropped in and stirred every once in a while. The soup preparation portion has been edited out since it's more of the same and the powder isn't really visible. That is a wood spoon and electric stove being used. Did this on the smaller burner, don't remember the size. Also, the pot wasn't painted. The entire "cooking" process didn't take very long.

Reminder: Temperatures are not accurate.


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