• Creamy cheesy chicken ramen w/ ham

    ingredients:
    1 package chicken ramen
    1-2 slice(s) ham luchmeat
    1 (or so) handful(s) cheddar cheese
    ~1/4 - 1/2 cup milk
    ~1/8 - 1/4 TBSP butter
    parmesan and/or romano cheese

    seasonings to taste:
    garlic powder
    cumin
    onion powder
    red pepper
    chili powder
    salt
    black pepper


    Cook noodles in ~1.5-1.75 cups of water (depending on how much milk you want to add-it should add up to 2 cups) along with the butter and salt. You can add the seasonings (including packet) before or after cooking.

    If you would prefer to have the ham cooked/grilled, it should be done while the noodles are cooking (or start it before starting the noodles). It's just as delicious with or without cooking, but either way it should be torn/cut up into tiny pieces by the time you're ready to add it.

    After noodles have finished cooking, add milk, cheese (parmesan/romano & cheddar), additional seasonings, and ham. If [most/any] seasonings were not added until after cooking, let the seasonings sit in noodles (after stirring in) for 1-2 minutes before adding milk, cheese, and ham. Wait several minutes for cheese to melt in, stirring once or twice while cheese melts in.

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