Alchemy | The Perfect Cup (Noodle)

Gladio: You know something? Going through all that trouble to make our own custom cup. It’s made me appreciate Cup Noodles even more.

Ignis: Perhaps we truly can’t improve upon perfection.

Gladio: It’s not about finding the single best ingredient. It’s about crafting that perfect blend of meat, egg, and shrimp. That harmony of flavors is key.

Prompto: Yeah, you’re right. Makes you appreciate how delicious these noodles really are.

Noct: I know I sure do.

Inspired by | Final Fantasy XV


One serving feeds 1; click to adjust.
Yields1 Serving

"An instant meal invented for busy adventurers. Surprisingly flavorful and tasty, considering how easy it is to prepare!"

Ingredients

 1 Cup Noodle bowl
 1 Glimmering Zu Egg (can substitute with 2 chicken eggs)
 1 tbsp white vinegar
 1 tsp freshly ground salt & black pepper
 1 tsp fresh dill, & 1 sprig for garnish

 

Directions

1

Start by preparing the Cup Noodles according to the package directions; usually this entails opening the cup, pouring in the packet of spices, boiling water, and filling the cup up to the designated line. Cover and let sit for three minutes.

2

Finely chop a sprig of fresh dill, setting one branch aside for garnish. Stir the fresh dill into the cup of noodles.

3

To poach the eggs, bring a pot of water with a splash of vinegar to a near boil. As the water heats, crack each egg into its own small bowl, keeping the yolks intact.

4

When the water is simmering but not yet boiling, gently dip one of the bowls slightly into the water such that a small bit of the water mixes with th egg; this starts to solidify the egg so that it retains its shape better during the poaching process. Do this for a few seconds, then use a slotted spoon to stir the water in the pot rapidly in one direction, forming a whirlpool. Gently tip the egg into the spinning water.

5

Stir gently to keep the water spinning, and repeat step 5 with the second egg. Continue stirring gently for a couple minutes to keep both eggs from touching the bottom of the pan.

6

Let the eggs continue to cook in the water, stirring occasionally, for another 3-4 minutes (5-7 minutes in total) or until the egg whites are fairly solid and opaque. This will achieve just under a medium-boiled consistency with a slightly runny yolk.

7

Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and gently set them atop the prepared Cup Noodle.

8

Pierce the eggs with a fork or chopsticks to break open the eggs and allow the yolks to run over the noodles. Top with a sprig of fresh dill for garnish, and serve immediately.

Ingredients

 1 Cup Noodle bowl
 1 Glimmering Zu Egg (can substitute with 2 chicken eggs)
 1 tbsp white vinegar
 1 tsp freshly ground salt & black pepper
 1 tsp fresh dill, & 1 sprig for garnish

Directions

1

Start by preparing the Cup Noodles according to the package directions; usually this entails opening the cup, pouring in the packet of spices, boiling water, and filling the cup up to the designated line. Cover and let sit for three minutes.

2

Finely chop a sprig of fresh dill, setting one branch aside for garnish. Stir the fresh dill into the cup of noodles.

3

To poach the eggs, bring a pot of water with a splash of vinegar to a near boil. As the water heats, crack each egg into its own small bowl, keeping the yolks intact.

4

When the water is simmering but not yet boiling, gently dip one of the bowls slightly into the water such that a small bit of the water mixes with th egg; this starts to solidify the egg so that it retains its shape better during the poaching process. Do this for a few seconds, then use a slotted spoon to stir the water in the pot rapidly in one direction, forming a whirlpool. Gently tip the egg into the spinning water.

5

Stir gently to keep the water spinning, and repeat step 5 with the second egg. Continue stirring gently for a couple minutes to keep both eggs from touching the bottom of the pan.

6

Let the eggs continue to cook in the water, stirring occasionally, for another 3-4 minutes (5-7 minutes in total) or until the egg whites are fairly solid and opaque. This will achieve just under a medium-boiled consistency with a slightly runny yolk.

7

Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and gently set them atop the prepared Cup Noodle.

8

Pierce the eggs with a fork or chopsticks to break open the eggs and allow the yolks to run over the noodles. Top with a sprig of fresh dill for garnish, and serve immediately.

The Perfect Cup (Noodle)

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