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What to Do with Your Leftovers?

What to do with Ramen Noodles? 
 
May 5, 2011 1:18 pm 
Updated: Jun. 22, 2011 7:27 am
 If your like me making Ramen Noodles is the thing you want to wait for until you really can't affored  anything else. If you like Ramen Noodles thats great i'm not hating on them i just get bored of them really easily. Wether you like them or not cause don't get me wrong cause they are good but i usually end up having to tweek them a little bit before i eat them. If you have any ideas that i havent put in feel free to add to it. Ok the first on is my favorite thing to do it usually the first thing i try to do.  Here is a tip to make the flavor packets to taste better cook the noodles before you add the flavor packets.  The following are the recipies if been talking about:

Ramen noodles and Chili
After cooking the noodles wether in the microwave or the pot drain the water add the flavor packet and chili if the chili isnt warmed up heat again it won't change the texture of the noodles that much and enjoy.

Ramen Noodles with an extra kick
Same as above but in stead of chili and soy sauce and your favorite hot sauce or pepper sauce

Ramen Wraps
same as above but just add soy sauce and  your choice of meat or not and wrap it in a tortilla. Its Delicious

Well thats it for now. Please feel free to add more suggestions.
 
Comments
kylee 
May 5, 2011 6:25 pm
I ate alot of ramen in college! One way I like to cook them is to cook the noodles and then drain most of the water and then add the spice. More pasta than soup. Sometimes I add frozen peas in the last 2 mins, add a beaten egg, add shredded cabbage, and sometimes a dash of lousiana hot sauce.
 
Isaiah 
May 6, 2011 9:29 am
Well I often cook them with sobrassada whenever I'm home alone(I eat a LOT) but no idea if it can be found in the USA...I guess chorizo would do too, but it's not quite the same since sobrassada is kind of a spread. I also like to add cream cheese and onion.
 
Anissa 
May 6, 2011 10:54 am
I like to stir fry the Ramen with cabbage and mixed stir fry veggies with a touch of sesame oil. Sometimes I add chicken or shrimp..
 
Jun. 22, 2011 7:27 am
I make a meal out of Ramen noodles. Slice an onion, saute in a little olive oil or butter, stir in some leftover meat (chicken, beef, pork.) Add a few seasonings: minced garlic, dash of cayenne, ground ginger, black pepper, seasoning packet. Then liquids: 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1 cup water. Whatever frozen veg I have - brocoli, cauliflower - just a handful. Break 2 packages of Ramen noodles into quaters and nestle into the liquid. Cover and cook for a few minutes, turning the noodles occassionally so they all cook through. Sort of like lo mein, I guess.
 
 
 
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