This Is How You Make Kylie Jenner's Ramen Recipe

Everything Kylie Jenner touches turns to gold — or maybe it's more of a beigey-pink, like the most popular shades in her wildly successful lipstick line. Kylie, 22, became the world's youngest self-made billionaire at the age of 21 (via Forbes), thanks in large part to revenues from her cosmetics company. (The "self-made" part, however, was questioned by sources as authoritative as the dictionary, and even Kylie herself, according to USA Today.)

So is it any wonder that sales of instant noodles are on the rise (via Business Wire) after Kylie dropped her favorite ramen recipe on Snapchat? It may just be a coincidence, but the youngest member of the Jenner/Kardashian clan to find fame through Keeping Up with the Kardashians might consider making her second billion in the instant noodle business. Her simple ramen concoction has received universal rave reviews.

What's in Kylie Jenner's bowl of ramen?

Kylie has hundreds of millions of followers on social media, so she undoubtedly boosted the profile of cheap, easy-to-prepare noodles when she told her fans what she adds to her ramen. In the Snapchat post (via Spoon University), which included a photo of the finished product, Kylie said, "I add Butter, Garlic Powder, and an Egg to my ramen noodles. What do u add?"

Sounds simple enough, with ingredients most college students should have on hand. But does it taste good? A reviewer at Spoon University gave it a definite thumbs-up, declaring Kylie's dish "super flavorful" and "so much better than I expected."

No doubt hoping some of that Kylie magic would rub off on them, the people behind the website Quail Egg Recipes touted Kylie's version of ramen, substituting — of course — quail eggs for chicken eggs. "We were surprised to learn a billionaire such as Kylie Jenner eats ramen, though we were much more surprised to learn that she managed to improve upon an already perfect dish," wrote the reviewer — high praise, coming from an outfit that turns up its nose at the plain old chicken egg.