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Serve immediately. I have not made this yet so I cannot rate it. We are adding your Comments. So easy and delicious. First time I ever used or tasted Ramen. I made it exactly as per the recipe increasing the Ramen to 3 packages and water to 3 cups and 2 cups peas and carrots. Next time I will do 4 pkgs and use oriental blend vegs. Low cost and really good served with boston lettuce wrapped shredded oriental chicken and a large fruit salad with poppy seed dressing.
No leftovers. This is certainly a different way of cooking ramen than I'm used to. I've never thought of browning tne noodles beforehand and I'm also curious as to how that would alter the taste. I'd like to try this with some broccoli cuts instead of the peas and carrots and use the suggestion of adding some sliced chicken breasts to the dish. We came across a nice Roast Chicken flavor ramen, and I think it would work well in this recipe.
This is a very creative way to use ramen, and it is extremely budget friendly to boot. I have high blood pressure, however, and am trying to cut down on my sodium intake. In place of the water and flavor packets, I used a cup of low sodium chicken broth. I added a fresh cayenne pepper, sliced lengthwise, and plucked it out at the end. I find that when I add a little kick of heat, I really don't miss the salt! What a unique way to use Ramen noodles! I have never thought of frying them like in this recipe. I am sure it will change up the flavor of the noodles. I am so going to make this recipe and I'll be adding chunks of chicken breast to make it a full meal, with a toss salad on the side.
Thank you so much for sharing this Skillet Ramen Noodles recipe. Then you can add all your "extras"! I made them as directed in the recipe and all I could taste was the vegetable oil. I stir fry beef or chicken with onion and bell pepper and put this on top of the ramen noodles when they are done I have been eating Ramens ever since I was stationed in Japan right after Vietnam. I love these and I can make so many cheap meals out of Ramens. They are also a staple in many American prisons too. They are truly a gift when it comes to a budget. Like another writer posted I cook them until almost done, and then stir fry them with meat, chopped green onions and vegetables and I can make a full meal for 4 in 10 minutes!
I make this all the time. Add leftover meat or shrimp, a few red pepper flakes, and a heapin' spoonful of peanut butter and you have pad thai. Delicious and takes no time at all. Yours is not Pad Thai, but it is similar. If it was actual Pad Thai you would have green onions, fried eggs, peanuts, fish sauce and, of course, tamarind paste. Yours sounds good too, it's just not really Pad Thai. Brown smashed up noodles, and add any mixed package of frozen vegetables. Some need a little stir-fry first Add packet of flavoring with 1 cup of water for each, and combine all until the noodles are soft and most of the liquid is gone.
I've made this numerous times and never used the exact same combinations of meat and veges, and it always comes out sooo delish. Especially great adding the package of frozen veggies! A lot cheaper the pizza or wings!!! Sounds pretty dull "as is". Needs to be punched up with shredded cabbage cabbage or spinach, maybe some leftover pork or chicken.
A pinch of red pepper flakes. Now you"re talkin'! Try different flavors of Ramen Stir in some chopped ham, leftover roast or chicken, add a variety of vege's and you have a quick delicious meal. Have you tried the new Spam flavors? Smokey Hickory and Bacon. Very good fried on a bun with a little dijon and a pickle. You're talking college cuisine. Add to the list slices of Spam pan fried or baked in a glaze of yellow mustard and brown sugar.
We would boil a chicken, use the meat in a variety of ways, boil spaghetti in the chicken water, and then reuse the water like chicken boulion. We're still alive! Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.
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