Greetings my lovelies! Hi, it’s Emmy!
Welcome back to another “You Made What?!”
Today I have another prison ramen recipe
that comes from this book, “Prison Ramen.”
So if you missed my other prison food recipes
I shall put the link down below.
So today’s recipe is “Avary’s Jailhouse Hole Burrito”
and like all these recipes it’s very inventive
and uses foods that you can get from the commissary
or from the cafeteria.
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We’re going to begin with a chili flavored ramen noodle
and were going to crush up the noodles before we open it.
Another thing that’s really common in prison is that you don’t have things like bowls
so bags are often used to cook your food.
So, I’m going to use this bag to cook the ramen.
We’re going to take the seasoning packet out,
pull that off, and were going to save this little slip.
And we’re also going to save the seasoning powder as well.
We’re gonna use some hot water to moisten our ramen noodles.
So in jail, the water would probably be just be hot tap water.
Next, we’re going to use our little piece of seasoning pack,
and use it as a twist tie,
to hold our bag together.
Twist that up!
And use that to cinch that up.
You just twist it,
yeah, I’m impressed!
So while our noodles are cooking, we’re going to make the rest of this burrito.
Next we’re going to need an eight ounce bag of jalapeño flavored popcorn.
The recipe says to put ¾ of it out.
Let’s give this a taste…
Mmm, that’s pretty good! Really ranchy…
more than jalapeño, but tasty!
So basically now what we’re doing is we’re making the stuffing for our burrito.
So inside this bag, we’re going to add the ramen seasoning:
this is chili flavor.
We’re going to add a handful of cheese flavored crackers — I happen to have goldfish.
I think I’m gonna crush those up a little bit.
Add a handful of Takis, or some kind of rolled, spicy chip.
I’m gonna crush that up a little bit, too.
We’re going to use ¼ cup of squeezable cheese.
We’re going to save half for the inside so….
use about that.
And then we’re going to add some hot sauce — it says half a cup, but I’m just going to do it to taste,
so I’m going to add a combination of sriracha, and tabasco.
Okay…. It says crush up a one ounce bag of Cheetos — like that.
Use the bag as your mixing vessel.
See if our ramen noodles are cooked.
And they’re pretty…. they’re good!
So I’m going to do this prison style to drain out the water:
I’m just going to poke some holes in this,
and get some of that excess water out.
There we go…
Now we’re going to combine that to the rest of this concoction.
All right! Now we’re going to give this a thorough mixing.
I’m going to pour this out in a bowl so you can see what it looks like.
It’s kind of amazing.
And that’s going to be the center of our burrito.
Next we’re going to grab a tortilla: spread the remaining cheese on the bottom.
And then our filling.
A good amount for one burrito, I think.
So then we’re going to roll this bad boy up.
And give it a taste.
All right! That looks like a burrito.
So just cut it in half — and I have to say, that looks a lot like a burrito!
I mean, the ramen almost looks like rice: you’ve got the oozy cheese;
it’s got the right color…
Let’s give that a taste. Here we go! Itadakimasu.
And of all the recipes I’ve made in this book, this one, to me, is the tastiest.
Because most of these recipes contain highly processed foods,
they taste really processed, but this actually tastes pretty delicious!
What I really enjoy is the different amounts of heat:
you’ve got the spicy Takis; you’ve got the spicy Tabasco; and Sriracha,
and the spicy seasoning packet from the ramen.
The cheese and the wet ramen hold everything together,
so it seems like you’re eating something kind of like rice, or refried beans or something.
But the cheese also gives it a nice kind of richness,
so it makes it feel like you’re not just eating reconstituted chips,
which essentially you’re doing right? But this is totally tasty!
And the popcorn works really well in there too:
it re-hydrates a little bit, so it gives a little bit of a chew,
and you get an occasional crunch from the Takis,
and the Cheetos
It’s really actually quite scrumptious.
All right, I hope you guys enjoyed yet another prison recipe. Let me know in the comments below if you want to see more,
or of there’s any specific prison recipes that you’ve heard of that you would like me to try — let me know.
All right, I hope you guys enjoyed that one; I hope you guys learned something;
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I shall see you in my next video. Toodle-oo! Take care! Bye!