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Back from Uni, hungry and tired

After a long day, I don’t want to cook anymore but I’m still hungry. I ran out of bread either and to cook something will be at least 20 minutes. This is why I’ll just make something very easy for myself.


– 1 pack of instant noodle ( or 2 if it is a small one ).

– 2 eggs

How to?

– Boil some water

– Unpack your noodle and put everything in a bowl

– Pour the boiled water in your bowl and wait for a bit

– Pour the boiled water with 2 eggs in another bowl. Make sure that the water level is above your eggs

– Then put each bowl into microwave for 1 minute each

– Dip your eggs in a cold water to make it easy to crack the eggs

– Crack 2 eggs( use spoon to scoop the egg out if needed) and put them into your noodle

Now your meal is done in about 5-10 minutes. If your egg is too raw, you can microwave them more for about 10 seconds. Don’t microwave your eggs for too long or else it will explode.


One comment on “Back from Uni, hungry and tired

  1. KwangMeow
    August 8, 2012

    This is a long list of how to make an instant noodle… haha 🙂

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