My Curry Buldak prep ritual

mikey went on a bit of a rant said

So I take back my previous dismissal of Curry Buldak as being good but inferior in every way to the Cheese Buldak. It is now my favorite and the Cheese one is “good but”. Here’s my favorite way to prepare the Curry one because I want a Hochi icon if Meh ever secures the rights:

  1. Put 0.6L hot water in the kettle and start it boiling.
  2. While the water is boiling, break up the ramen noodles into chunks that will fit into my bowl. Do this before opening the bag so noodles don’t go flying everywhere.
  3. Open the bag and dump contents into the bowl. Set aside the sauce packet. Throw away the flakes packet.
  4. Once water is boiling, place bowl of noodles into the sink and pour all water into bowl. Cover with a napkin.
  5. Put bowl in corner of sink and slip sauce packet between the bowl and the wall of the sink so it gets nice and warm. Makes it easier to get out of the packet too.
  6. Let sit for 5 minutes.
  7. Drain water.
  8. Add sauce and mix well.
  9. Add ritz crackers (a few at a time) and mix them in to coat them in the sauce.
  10. Gotta eat the cracker with some noodles on it. Bon Appetit!

It’s actually a bit more involved, but that’s the basic idea. My wife now loves Buldak because I always keep the sink clean for when I want a bowl.