The second entry in my cooking blog, pretty exiting. You will find that this one is better organized. I thought of a recipe and purchased what I would need for it, instead of doing with whatever I have.
I couldn't get Daniel for this one. He wouldn't get out of the garage but I'm sure it was important, he doesn't skip opportunities to have a prepared meal.
As usual I will suggest music for the readers. You might want to pay attention to the video as it is as much of a listening experience as it is a visual one.
First of all, ingredients:
From top to bottom: Spicy noodles, hot sauce, milk.
On my previous entry I was suggested to purchase Sriracha sauce, but the local corner store does not carry that brand, I went with Frank's Redhot instead. As for the milk, I would expect that the fat content wont change the texture of the sauce too much, as this is what it will be used for. I went for 2%.
First step, soften the noodles. I am sure it would be faster if you boil the water somehow, but hot tap water is fine too. As this part might take a while you could go lay down or sit on the balcony.
Ever since I got that rash, my arm goes numb if I lay down for too long.
So the noodles are now soft and breaking apart, next step:
Heat up a pan and add some oil
This particular brand comes with two seasoning pouches, we'll need these in a second.
Add these two and mix. Remember that this spicy seasoning is usually dissolved is water if you are making soup. It is not the case here so be careful of how much of it you use, I wasn't.
Stir fry until golden brown, the noodles will become translucent.
Turn off the heat and add the hot sauce and milk. Let simmer for a couple of minutes, maybe 2 or 3. The milk will react with the starch of the noodles and make a nice thick sauce.
Look who shows up just as the meal is ready. I swear, you are the bane of my existence Daniel.
Suggested serving: a glass of water. This is really spicy.