In case you're unfamiliar, the thing on the left is Indonesian Ramen Noodles. If you've never experienced Indo Mie noodles before, they are by far superior to any and all other Ramen noodles available on the market. The secret to their superiority is the four sauce packets, seen here:
Awwwwwwwwwwwww, yeah! *does happy noodle dance* 4 packets are where it's at! And as long as I am reading the packaging right, the Mi Goreng flavor just so happens to be vegan! (PLEASE alert me if I am wrong, some of the writing in the ingredient list is just food chemical jargon, which I am unfamilar with, but know can sometimes mean there are traces of animal product in there they aren't telling you about. I don't think there is, but don't hesitate to correct me, I would never want to lead my readers astray!) Mi Goreng also happens to be the best flavor, in my opinion, so, bonus! Ramen is of course not a meal by itself, (unless you're in college of course!) so I added a can of Peking Vegetarian Roast Duck (which is vegan, don't know why it says vegetarian).
You will need 4 packs of noodles and 2 cans of duck to make it like I did.
The cooking method went as follows:
Heat noodles in water in Microwave for six minutes, stopping to stir at 3:00.
(I did two packs at a time)
Cut up the duck.
Add noodles and duck to a pan, and pour on sauce packets.
Add some of this:
To taste. Be generous, but don't go too far. Know your sweet soy sauce limitations. Note of caution: Don't think to yourself, "sweet soy sauce, regular, whats the difference?" The difference is huge. Kecap Manis Sweet soy sauce is available at most asian grocery stores, as are the Indo Mie noodles... put the effort in, you'll thank me.
The final product looked like this:
It was SO good. Really hit the spot on a miserable night, and there were even some leftovers for the next day. But I have to warn ya folks, this is not health food! :)