The final installment of Ramen week is here – be prepared, this is one of the most amazing recipes we have ever made. After throwing together our chicken curry and putting it all into a cast iron pan, we then took the partially cooked ramen noodles, covered the top, then baked in the oven and waited for the masterpiece to finish. The ramen becomes a crunch crust that perfectly compliments the soft and spicy chicken curry.
Coming up next we have Vegetable week, we’ll see you then!
More ramen week – and this time we do it sweet & sour. It’s got bacon, peppers, and ketchup – it’s as simple as that. Who else besides Sam can show you how to take a package of plain ramen and turn it into this?
It’s a new week and we’ve got something to be very excited about: RAMEN! Today we took a full package of ramen noodles and threw them right into the grill pan, maintaining the square shape of the noodles. While they cooked we glazed them with some tasty teriyaki sauce, then topped it with a fried egg and watched as they yolk came oozing out. More unbelievably simple recipes coming your way, stay tuned.
The week continues with more inspiration from the crazy California heat. After freezing these bananas and we determined the best way to cover them in chocolate was with a brush. We then proceeded to cover them with some of our favorite toppings: coconut, heath bar, crushed nuts and then even some of both! These tasty treats will help you forget about the heat.
Summer is right around the corner (it’s been hot as hell in San Diego) and with that in mind Sam decided to make an incredibly refreshing dessert-like recipe to keep cool all summer long. All you need is your favorite sorbet, raspberries and some ginger beer and you’re good to go. Perfect for any summer BBQ, or really any summer event at all.