This recipe for homemade top ramen is actually a lot simpler than you might expect! In reality, it took me less than 5 minutes to complete. the benefits of making it yourself: LESS SODIUM AND MORE VEGGIES!
Mason Jars in Pint Size (you can use any containers, but I prefer the jars because they are the least expensive)
Labels (Have I mentioned that I'm enamoured with these Avery templates? You can get them at any office supply or drug store, and then print them using your template online.)
(The chow mien noodles I ordered contained only three ingredients: wheat flour, water, salt, and tumeric.) I discovered these in the Asian section of the supermarket.)
Vegetables that have been dehydrated! These were quite difficult to get by!! We had some left over from our food stash. Freeze dried maize, freeze dried green beans, dehydrated mushrooms, and dehydrated onions were among the ingredients we used.
1 cup dried chow mein noodles
1 teaspoon sodium free bullion
1/4 cup dehydrated vegetables
Place all ingredients in pint sized mason jar.
When ready to eat, fill with water and cook for 3 minutes in the microwave.