The next generation of kids are coming into the world with a craving for noodles, but how do you get them hooked?
You can’t just make noodles out of noodles.
To get your young kids hooked, we suggest you make homemade noodles and use some of the many other cool things they love to cook.
Here’s how to make homemade noodle soup.
Make a bowl of noodles, rice, and soy sauce.
Put in a bowl and whisk together.
If you want to save time, you can also skip this step and just make a bowl instead.
Make an egg noodles bowl.
Put the egg noodles into a bowl with the rice, soy sauce, and salt.
Heat up the soy sauce in a large pan.
Stir the noodles and soy.
Add the chicken stock and stir to combine.
Add a few more drops of soy sauce and whisk to combine, then add the noodles, and stir.
You may want to stir the egg into the noodles as well to make sure everything is coated.4.
Add more broth if needed.
The broth will absorb the excess moisture from the noodles.
Add some veggies to the noodle bowl.
If there is any left over, put the noodles into another bowl and add it to the soup.
Add noodles, soy, and vegetables to a large pot.
Bring to a boil.
Add water to simmer.
Cover and cook for 20 minutes.
You can add a few drops of water to the broth if you want a thinner broth.
Once you are done with your noodles, you will have a creamy, delicious bowl of noodle soups!
If that wasn’t enough, you may want a spoonful of the soup for your kids to lick!
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