What’s the difference between a self-made billionaire and a college student? Well less than you would think actually as it turns out they both eat ramen noodles by the bucketload. Kylie Jenner ramen noodles has become a Tik Tok and Snapchat sensation when her ramen noodle recipe resurfaced, getting people talking and trying it like crazy.
What’s all the fuss about?
Well we were wondering the same so we have decided to make it and give it a go. We are going to make the Kylie Jenner ramen noodle recipe today, its super easy and we are sure you won’t struggle to ‘keep up with a Kardashian’… Keep reading to find out how…
The flavors in this recipe are all pretty simple, and we are a little disappointed that we didn’t come up with this ourselves. The consistency is pretty soft, we can imagine this would be the perfect comfort food if you were having a busy day selling millions of dollars of makeup, or just didn’t want to do too much cooking after, you know, like, your normal day job. Yeah, the recipe is basic.
How to Make Kylie Jenner Ramen Noodles
We love ramen noodles because they are so super simple to make. A pan, a spoon and that’s pretty much it.
It’s up to you whether you include the flavor pouch included with your ramen noodles. We have tried it with and without, we prefer it with. The chicken flavor is not too strong and adds a really nice savory flavor to the dish. If you are having an MSG free day however it is pretty tasty without.
The interesting thing is how the eggs are cooked. The last thing that you want in your billionaires’ brunch… (sorry, Kylie Jenner’s ramen noodle recipe) is lumps of rubbery egg, for that reason you have got to keep stirring and retain some of the cooking liquid. Don’t cook the egg separately or you will be cooking it twice, and a rubbery egg is not a nice egg. The aim is to gently poach the egg and create a kind of rich sauce, which, if we are being all upper class is surprisingly similar to the texture you would find in a well-made pasta carbonara.
Its also important not to return the pan to the heat once you have drained off the cooking water. The residual heat of the noodles will cook the egg gently. If you return the pan to the heat you will probably end up with clumps, and nobody wants clumps.
Speaking of carbonara, if you want to add a little touch of class (because let’s face it ramen is never going to be classy) you can finish the dish off with a dash of heavy cream and a perhaps a small handful of grated cheese.
The garlic powder and butter are the twist that elevates this dish from good to ‘great’. The butter adds a silkiness and the garlic powder, well, what doesn’t taste better with a hint of garlicky goodness? If you don’t have garlic powder an idea may be to fry a small clove of garlic that has been very finely chopped or mashed in the butter then add the entire thing to the ramen. But that said, it involves another pan, and money doesn’t grow on trees you know?
If Kylie Jenner’s ramen noodle recipe still isn’t enough for you, then you can spice it up or make it substantial in different ways. Add pieces of finely chopped cooked meat. Our favorite was roasted chicken from the dinner we had the night before. If you want some spice, a small pinch of chili powder works wonders. Other favorites to take the dish back to its Asian roots include a dash of siracha sauce or perhaps even a little bit of soy sauce.
Anyway, let’s get back to it. It’s ramen, and regardless of the fact that its been made by an MTV star and billionaire, we are going to show you just how simple it really is. Here is the Kylie Jenner Ramen noodle recipe. Noodles are one of the many foods we have listed in our post on foods that start with N.
Well, we aren’t sure if she invented it, but she certainly has made it famous. With Kylie Jenner’s ramen noodle recipe, you can have the food of rich people in your own home. We were hoping for something slightly classier, but as a comfort food this is ramen recipe is actually pretty good, and the best bit is that it is super simple. Why don’t you give it a try, and tell us if you added anything to make it your own? Enjoy!