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RAMEN NOODLES...Give me your best recipe

 
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Add water and heat
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I love to add a poached egg, thinly sliced carrots, bean sprouts and then sprinkle sesame seeds on top!
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I love to add a poached egg, thinly sliced carrots, bean sprouts and then sprinkle sesame seeds on top!
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He's from Japan.

He should know.
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Here's a couple of quickies:

Saute boneless skinless chicken breasts in a skillet with butter. When the chicken is done, rinse the skillet with hot water and use that water to cook the noodles. Chop the chicken & sprinkle on top of the cooked noodles.

Freeze single servings of spaghetti sauce in zip-lock sandwich bags. Peel the bag off, heat the sauce & pour over a plate of ramen noodles. I usually top mine with shredded cheese and sliced black olives.

When the supermarket has split chicken breasts on sale, buy two or three packs. Use a filet knife to cut the breast off the bone (there are YouTube videos showing how to fillet a chicken breast) Cut into strips and freeze in small single serving bags. Throw the bones, skin and all the scraps into a pressure cooker with a little water & cook until well done. The pressure cooker makes the bones soft so they'll crumble. Strain the broth and pick out all the good pieces of meat & use to make dumplings or chow mein. I always chop up the rest, bones & all & give it to my dogs. They love it!

BE SURE TO PRESSURE COOK THE BONES UNTIL THEY'RE SOFT AND CHOP THEM UP THOROUGHLY.


For dumplings, get cheap canned biscuits. Tear the biscuits into quarters and drop them into boiling broth. Boil uncovered for 10 minutes, then cover, lower heat and simmer for another 10 minutes.
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He might be a she from Japan... ya never know.

I would think those from Japan would have some killer recipes for just a noodle.
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He might be a she from Japan... ya never know.

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No girls on the internets.

That's the rules.
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Cook according to directions. Thicken with a little corn starch and serve over mashed potatoes.
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Here's a couple of quickies:

Saute boneless skinless chicken breasts in a skillet with butter. When the chicken is done, rinse the skillet with hot water and use that water to cook the noodles. Chop the chicken & sprinkle on top of the cooked noodles.

Freeze single servings of spaghetti sauce in zip-lock sandwich bags. Peel the bag off, heat the sauce & pour over a plate of ramen noodles. I usually top mine with shredded cheese and sliced black olives.

When the supermarket has split chicken breasts on sale, buy two or three packs. Use a filet knife to cut the breast off the bone (there are YouTube videos showing how to fillet a chicken breast) Cut into strips and freeze in small single serving bags. Throw the bones, skin and all the scraps into a pressure cooker with a little water & cook until well done. The pressure cooker makes the bones soft so they'll crumble. Strain the broth and pick out all the good pieces of meat & use to make dumplings or chow mein. I always chop up the rest, bones & all & give it to my dogs. They love it!

BE SURE TO PRESSURE COOK THE BONES UNTIL THEY'RE SOFT AND CHOP THEM UP THOROUGHLY.


For dumplings, get cheap canned biscuits. Tear the biscuits into quarters and drop them into boiling broth. Boil uncovered for 10 minutes, then cover, lower heat and simmer for another 10 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16414751


You are using all those great fresh ingredients for Chow Mein.....but still going to use processed RAMEN noodles???

failsmile
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Don't cook the noodles and throw away the seasoning packet.

Shred a cabbage and some carrots. Add chopped green onions. Any nuts around? sunflower or almonds are good. Break up raw crunchy ramen noodles. Mix it all up.

Add a dressing made of olive oil, vinegar, black pepper, tsp sugar, and soy sauce to taste. It's really good! But you have to eat it right away, before noodles turn soggy. If you take it to a friends place, just add the raw noodles before eating.
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Don't cook the noodles and throw away the seasoning packet.

Shred a cabbage and some carrots. Add chopped green onions. Any nuts around? sunflower or almonds are good. Break up raw crunchy ramen noodles. Mix it all up.

Add a dressing made of olive oil, vinegar, black pepper, tsp sugar, and soy sauce to taste. It's really good! But you have to eat it right away, before noodles turn soggy. If you take it to a friends place, just add the raw noodles before eating.
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hhuummm.... this I need to try
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Strain the broth and pick out all the good pieces of meat...
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I left out a step. Put the broth in a bowl, cover with Saran Wrap & refrigerate overnight. The fat will rise to the top and harden. You can skim it off with a fork. When you cook several at a time skin and all you'll end up with about a cup of chicken fat. (not good for people or dogs)
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Crush the noodles, add to a pan with 1 1/2 cups water, 1/2 cup frozen broccoli, canned mushrooms and seasoning packet. Bring to a boil then simmer 4 minutes. Enjoy your veggie noodle broth. :)

My last favorite thing to do with Ramen Noodles is to cook according to the directions and then let them sit at room temperature until they congeal. Just for fun.
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Break them up and put them in a salad like you would croutons.
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Let boiled noodles sit to soak up water. Pour off excess water. Don't use flavor packet.

Add one of the following:

canned sardines in water
canned tuna in water
canned salmon in water
canned kipper snacks

Then add:

jalepenos, a couple spoonfuls of cream of mushroom soup, green salsa, and black pepper.

Last Edited by dei sapientiam in mysterio on 05/20/2012 11:00 PM
"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory" (1 Corinthians chapter 2, verse 7)
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You are using all those great fresh ingredients for Chow Mein.....but still going to use processed RAMEN noodles???

:failsmile:
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You've got to be kidding. Cheap chicken breasts on sale at the supermarket glow in the dark! At least you can see what you're eating in front of the TV.
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put some facking hot sauce in it
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egg drop soup ..its surprisingly good when using ramen noodles. I do a bit more than the video below but its simple and very easy.


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Lime juice, tapatio and eggs!

Make sure to drop an egg or two in while boiling the noodles to cook the egg!

Amazing!
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yummy
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dessert noodles:


throw away packet.


cook noodles.


add butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.
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save money and time. Just buy regular Udon noodles...empty entire salt shaker into pot with noodles and boil. You will kill yourself so much faster.
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Ramen Noodle Blow Up
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Get one large (gallon) freezer bag
Add the following to the bag:
4 packages of Ramen Noodles, Crushed
All four seasoning packets (I usually use beef or chicken noodles.)
2 Big grab bags Flaming Hot Cheeto's, crushed
2 Big grab bags Cool Ranch Doritos, Crushed
2 beef sticks, cut into pieces about 1/4 inch or so
3 cups of Cheez Its Crackers, any flavor
(I prefer white cheddar but now they have mozzarella and colby)
1/4 cup Cajun Seasoning

Shake bag with all ingredients vigorously, after making sure it is closed properly of course.

When ready to eat, take one large red solo cup and fill about 3/4 full. Fill with hot water until mixture is covered by about 1/2 inch. Cover with a small saucer, making sure top is relatively air tight. Let sit for about 10-15 minutes. Remove cover, stir and enjoy.

Remainder of the mix will keep in the freezer bag for about a week without need for refrigeration.

Extra:

Once soup is ready, stir in the following:

1 small tomatillo, diced
1 small shallot, diced

Top with a spoonful of Sour Cream.

Last Edited by Talus on 05/20/2012 11:41 PM
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Lime juice, tapatio and eggs!

Make sure to drop an egg or two in while boiling the noodles to cook the egg!

Amazing!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16388301


Tapatio..hot sauce???

As for the egg... do you beat the egg first, or just crack it and toss 'em in?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7315935


Beat the eggs and then slowly pour it into the boiling water, not all at once.

Cook the noodles and add some chili seasoning and a few drops of oil.

add leftover veggies

hot dogs cut up

slice up some ham or turkey sandwich meat and add to soup.
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Cook as directed, sprinkle top with loads of potato chips!!!5a
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yep, that should do it.
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Break the noodles up put in bottom of a roasting pain with a piece or 2 of chicken bake for 45 minutes.... My college meal.


Or shred some cabbage. Add half cup veggie oil 3 tsp vinager 1 tsp sugar and flavor packet. Add noodles to cabbage mix with dressing yum very good and crunchy.
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Well, I like to just make soups out of my ramen, although I try to get a healthier sort of ramen and lots of vegetables.

Keep little ziplocks of stuff, like leftovers, in your freezer and put some of this stuff into your soup when you make it. You can add: small chopped and frozen tofu cubes, corn, peas, carrot slices, spinach, broccoli, cubes of ham, meat or pieces of chicken if you're a carnivore.

You can also add sliced mushroom or slices of green onion.

I like to serve my ramen soups like a pho soup -- top it with basil, cilantro and chopped fresh romaine lettuce, tomatoes, bean sprouts (if you have them) -- fresh stuff. Then, I also serve it with sriracha sauce and hoisin sauce.

Well, its a quick meal and you can save lots of money by throwing your leftover scraps into soups.

good luck.
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Well, I like to just make soups out of my ramen, although I try to get a healthier sort of ramen and lots of vegetables.

Keep little ziplocks of stuff, like leftovers, in your freezer and put some of this stuff into your soup when you make it. You can add: small chopped and frozen tofu cubes, corn, peas, carrot slices, spinach, broccoli, cubes of ham, meat or pieces of chicken if you're a carnivore.

You can also add sliced mushroom or slices of green onion.

I like to serve my ramen soups like a pho soup -- top it with basil, cilantro and chopped fresh romaine lettuce, tomatoes, bean sprouts (if you have them) -- fresh stuff. Then, I also serve it with sriracha sauce and hoisin sauce.

Well, its a quick meal and you can save lots of money by throwing your leftover scraps into soups.

good luck.
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My husband used to make jailhouse noodles to eat on crackers and it is really tasty. I don't eat llke this now days.

Take a package of ramen noodles, beef flavor.
Cook noodles in plain water until al dente, drain completely.
Heat up a can of wolf brand chili.
Add drained noodles.
Toss in the beef flavor pack too so not to waste it.
Stir.

Eat while still hot piled up on crackers.


Yum!
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add noodles to a can of soup
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Mmmmm... I loves me some ramen.

One recipe that i like is first you hard-boil an egg and get 2 ramen packets ready. While the raman water is warming to a boil, you add some garlic and the spices. The spices i like to add are curry powder, dill, chilli powder (chipotle is nice), with a little oregano plus the raman seasoning packet (i usually only use 1 of the 2 packets).

Once the water is boiling, you add the noodles.
You then cut the egg into strips and add it to the soup. The yolk dissolves and adds to the broth. Spinach and green onions are then added. Then mushrooms last.

Let it cook for 3 min and then turn off heat and let it sit for 5. You can then serve a bowl of it up. I like to add frozen peas to it to cool it off some (it doesn't water the soup down and adds some more nutrients to it).

There you go, i hope you enjoy!
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