Cooking with Cannabis – Dinner Recipe – Cannabis Noodles

Cooking with Cannabis – Dinner Recipe – Cannabis Noodles

Everyone loves a bowl of hot steaming noodles. It is the easiest comfort food to make anytime you are hungry. Now making it even better with some cannabis.

How to Make Cannabis-Infused Noodles

Ingredients

  • Stick of butter
  • 2 cups of water
  • Noodles (enough for one serving)
  • 1.5 to 2 grams of weed
  • Extra flavourings like oregano, chili, hot sauce and cheese

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Preparation

Step 1

Light the stove and heat the pot on a medium flame. Then add the water and heat it only on medium flame, don’t let the water boil. Now, add the weed to it because if the water temperature hits 365 degrees it will begin to vaporize the weed.

Step 2

Add quarter of a stick of butter to the water and weed.

Step 3

Keep the mixture on medium heat for about 20 minutes until the weed turns into a brownish colour. By now the butter will melt in well and the weed should look right.

Step 4

Let the cannabis cook with the water and butter for about 20 minutes. If you want to mask the smell of the weed you can add oregano or some chili flakes. Depending on your personal choice you can strain out the buds from the mixture before adding the noodles or you can leave them in as they don’t taste so bad.

Step 5

Finally, add the kimchi and the favourings to the water and stir it around with a spoon till it softens. Turn up the heat just a little bit and let the noodles cook for 5 minutes. Once it’s cooked, pour the entire contents into a serving bowl.

To make it better you can add extra flavorings like cheese. You can grate some cheese into the serving bowl and pour the soupy noodles over it. Enjoy!

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