here are the ingredients as follows for the first try:
ramen noodles. yes, i'm trying to make ramen noodles taste good as a cookie, will it work?
pepper goes with anything right? even in cookies?
olive oil. this usually comes in somewhere during cooking/baking i think...
cause we all need that brown suga...
coffee. for me mostly, this is going to be a long night -_-
base cookie batch complete!
now for the yakisoba part:
added in the onions, soy and worchiester sauces for the noodles to be ready
let's do something about this:
added cream cheese. meh.
that didn't look so hot, so i'm going to try a different way of baking these babies
this time i baked the noodle sin the cookie batter and added a kale leaf for some reason.
they didn't turn out so well either...
THE NEXT DAY
i added two new ingredients to the mix and used a can for molding the noodles and batter
maybe i can do something with ginger, like chop and sprinkle on top of the cookie?
here's the end result. the batter tasted better, but i used too much ginger, and the overall cleanliness of eating the cookie would be terrible, so i scrapped this idea and went to the next one.
new ingredient batch!
the base cookie ingredients were the same so i just introduced a few new things.
cream cheese, dried apricots mango sorbet, and apricot preserves. waay different direction here
i also brought in some chili powder, cayenne pepper and vanille extract into this mix.
i've heard adding rum helps with a lot of things...
here's the new mix!
well... i got a muffin
lets change the size on that
alright the taste isn't so bad, not bad at all.
guess who's back??
i baked some ramen crumbles to add texture.
i'll have to add some finishing touches with some icing and it should be set for tuesday.
meanwhile i was thinking of adding apricots and banana crisps to the top of the iced cookie
here is the icing i made with shortening, mango puree, salt, and powdered sugar
and here are some seasoned bananas that i'm going to place in the oven.