Beef Stock Ramen Noodle Soup

Turn spaghetti into ramen noodles by adding bicarbonate of soda - it's surprising how well this works! The soup is made flavourful by adding the stock cube, it's super simple and delicious.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 1 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Spaghetti 100g
Hot water for boiling 1.5 litres
Salt 1 tbsp
Bicarbonate of soda 1 tbsp
Beef stock cube 1
Hot water for soup 350ml
Toppings as you like

Method

1
Put the salt in boiling water, then turn the heat off. Add the bicarbonate of soda. Put the heat back on to low. If you keep the heat on, it will overflow immediately.
2
Add the spaghetti and boil on low heat for 2 minutes longer than the pack instructions.
3
In the meantime, make the soup: put the stock cube into 350ml boiling water. Allow to dissolve, then turn it off.
4
Drain the cooked pasta and wash under running water to remove the smell of the soda. Add into Step 3 and bring to the boil. It's now ready.
5
Transfer to a serving bowl and add your favourite toppings.
6
This is the Dr Oetker Bicarbonate of Soda that I used. I bought it in Tesco.

Tips & Note

●I had heard that adding bicarbonate of soda to spaghetti would turn them into ramen noodles - and it's true!
●You can make this with pork or fish stock cubes instead of beef

Beef Stock Ramen Noodle Soup

Turn spaghetti into ramen noodles by adding bicarbonate of soda - it's surprising how well this works! The soup is made flavourful by adding the stock cube, it's super simple and delicious.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 1

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Spaghetti 100g
Hot water for boiling 1.5 litres
Salt 1 tbsp
Bicarbonate of soda 1 tbsp
Beef stock cube 1
Hot water for soup 350ml
Toppings as you like

Beef Stock Ramen Noodle Soup

Recipe ID :1954 Posted on 29 JUN 2016

Serves 1

Cook 15min
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Turn spaghetti into ramen noodles by adding bicarbonate of soda - it's surprising how well this works! The soup is made flavourful by adding the stock cube, it's super simple and delicious.

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15min
1
Put the salt in boiling water, then turn the heat off. Add the bicarbonate of soda. Put the heat back on to low. If you keep the heat on, it will overflow immediately.
2
Add the spaghetti and boil on low heat for 2 minutes longer than the pack instructions.
3
In the meantime, make the soup:put the stock cube into 350ml boiling water. Allow to dissolve, then turn it off.
4
Drain the cooked pasta and wash under running water to remove the smell of the soda. Add into Step 3 and bring to the boil. It's now ready.
5
Transfer to a serving bowl and add your favourite toppings.
6
This is the Dr Oetker Bicarbonate of Soda that I used. I bought it in Tesco.

Tips & Note

●I had heard that adding bicarbonate of soda to spaghetti would turn them into ramen noodles - and it's true!
●You can make this with pork or fish stock cubes instead of beef

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