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How to Dress Up Ramen Noodles in a Tuna Casserole

Tuna can be tiresome, and ramen noodles can get boring. But combine them like this, and you've got a cheap and tasty meal.


  • Step 1: Pour water in bowl Pour the water into a large microwaveable bowl.
  • Step 2: Microwave water Microwave the bowl of water on high for three minutes.
  • Step 3: Remove bowl from microwave Using the dishtowel to protect your hands, carefully take the hot bowl out of the microwave.
  • Step 4: Add seasoning to water Open the ramen noodles� seasoning packet and add the contents to the water.
  • Step 5: Add peas to water Add the peas to the water.
  • Step 6: Submerge noodles in water Snap the block of ramen noodles in half and submerge them in the water.
  • Step 7: Cover & let sit Cover the bowl with the plate and let the noodles sit for five minutes.
  • TIP: If you have a stove or hot plate, you can cook the noodles in a small pot of boiling water for three minutes.
  • Step 8: Drain broth When the noodles are ready, take the plate off the noodle bowl and, using a fork to hold back the noodles, drain the broth out into the sink.
  • Step 9: Mix noodles w/ peas Pour the noodles and peas into a bowl.
  • Step 10: Add cheese to noodles Quickly tear the slice of cheese into a few smaller pieces, and add them to the noodles while they�re still hot.
  • TIP: For extra kick, add a sprinkle of garlic powder and a dash of hot sauce.
  • Step 11: Drain liquid from tuna As the cheese melts, open the can of tuna leaving the lid barely attached and�pressing down on the lid so the tuna doesn�t escape�drain and discard the liquid from the can.
  • Step 12: Add tuna & mix Add the tuna to the noodles, peas, and cheese, using the fork to toss everything together. Bon app�tit.
  • FACT: Ramen noodles made their debut in space on the shuttle Discovery in July of 2005.

You Will Need

  • A measuring cup
  • 2 water
  • A large microwave-safe bowl
  • A microwave oven
  • A dishtowel
  • 1 package of ramen noodles
  • any flavor
  • 1/4 c. frozen peas
  • A plate large enough to sit on top of the bowl
  • 1 slice of American Cheese
  • And a 3-ounce can of tuna
  • A stove or hot plate (optional) (optional)
  • A small pot (optional) (optional)
  • And garlic powder and hot sauce (optional) (optional)

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