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|Sunday, September 18th, 2005|
New to Group
Hi my name is Greg. I just got a new apartment and its expensive, so to costs sometimes I eat ramen. This website is brilliant and here is the latest recipe I made. Enjoy!
1/2 Cup marinara sauce
1/2 Packet of Ramen noodle mix
1/4 cup chopped onion
3 chopped basil leaves
pepper Current Mood: cheerful
|Sunday, November 21st, 2004|
thanksgiving napa/ramen salad
i got this off allrecipes.com
* 1 head napa cabbage
* 1 bunch minced green onions
* 1/3 cup butter
* 1 (3 ounce) package ramen noodles, broken
* 2 tablespoons sesame seeds
* 1 cup slivered almonds
* 1/4 cup cider vinegar
* 3/4 cup vegetable oil
* 1/2 cup white sugar
* 2 tablespoons soy sauce
1. Finely shred the head of cabbage; do not chop. Combine the green onions and cabbage in a large bowl, cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
3. Make the crunchies: Melt the butter in a pot. Mix the ramen noodles, sesame seeds and almonds into the pot with the melted butter. Spoon the mixture onto a baking sheet and bake the crunchies in the preheated 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) oven, turning often to make sure they do not burn. When they are browned remove them from the oven.
4. Make the dressing: In a small saucepan, heat vinegar, oil, sugar, and soy sauce. Bring the mixture to a boil, let boil for 1 minute. Remove the pan from heat and let cool.
5. Combine dressing, crunchies, and cabbage immediately before serving. Serve right away or the crunchies will get soggy. Current Mood: sick
|Saturday, November 20th, 2004|
I am sophomore in college.....I am a new member who just joined this community....heard about it from my friend......Since I started studying in college in USA....(BTW I am from Bangkok-Thailand) I started enjoying eating Ramen noodles....back home we don't eat ramen we eat "Mama"....anyone heard of it....but once I came to USA I started eating Ramen noodles and I loved it.....especially the chicken flavored ramen noodles....I am both vegetarian and non-vegetarian...Monday's and Tuesday's for religious reasons I am vegetarian....so wanted to know is there any vegetarian Ramen noodles available and what are they called....I love the "mama" vegetarian rice noodles clear soup flavour......thats my fav..... Current Mood: hungry
|Wednesday, November 10th, 2004|
* oriental ramen
* medium firm tofu
* 1/2 carrot
* 1/2 a potato
* 1/4 chopped green onion
* 3 tablespoons curry powder
* 1 tsp soysauce
* 1 tsp. potatostarch/cornstarch
* as much water as indicated
boil the carrots and potatoes seperately until soft. boil noodles onions and seasonings. add vegetables. top with green onion and enjoy! Current Mood: hungry
|Wednesday, October 6th, 2004|
vegetarians can eat ramen, too
Delete seasoning packet.
Cook noodles. Throw in two spoonfuls of peanut butter and one spoonful of Chinese chili sauce. Yum.
|Friday, September 24th, 2004|
sometimes when i'm really poor and tired and hungry and don't feel like doing dishes i'll take a bowl that i ate ramen out of the day before, and all the seasoning broth is all dried up and crusted at the bottom of the bowl, and i'll just make more ramen in that bowl without washing the big crusty layer of old dehydrated broth out. but it's good cuz then it melts and it's like double the seasoning.
|Thursday, September 23rd, 2004|
i had this pizza in the fridge cos dominos had a $5 each medium special and it had dried out... so i cut off the crusts and used it for dipping in the broth. probably the first time i ever used so much broth.
|Monday, May 31st, 2004|
when i was in guatemala there was a huge ramen fiasco. some guatemalan company was mimicking the packaging of an american ramen company and putting out a copycat product that wasn't approved by the fda or whatever. it was all over the newspaper. Current Mood: clean
|Monday, May 24th, 2004|
|Monday, May 17th, 2004|
some MRE's combinations!
- any flavour kool-aid and any flavour mad dog or boone's farm.
- get as much tobasco as you can, crush your crackers in the pack, then carefully open, add tobasco, shake, ta-da! = hot fries!
- 4 hot chocolates and 8 creamer packs, some sugar and with a little water = pudding
- 3 words - "just add ramen" and it will taste alright regardless of the main meal.
here's some more resources:
The MRE Gourmet: How to make a pouch meal even betterhttp://www.armytimes.com/story.php?f=1-292290-940555.php
Peanut Butter Cup Poundcake: http://cook4ever.com/maindish/mre.htm
1 cocoa beverage powder packet
1 creamer packet
1 sugar packet
1 peanut butter
1 vanilla pound cake
1 MRE coffee (optional)
Divide poundcake. Slice top of peanut butter packet open. Add cocoa, creamer, sugar, and coffee to the peanut butter one at a time, mixing well. Spread onto ½ pound cake and top with other half. If you need the caffeine, mix a tiny amount of coffee into the peanut butter mix.
they're also like a happy meal: here are your toys! *be very careful*
- sprinkle the creamer over your lighter for a fire ball (don't engulf hand)
- crush up the stuff in the heater and put in a 16oz. soda bottle with a tablespoon of water, then cap super tight and throw!
(don't look down the barrel to see if it works, just wait)
|Sunday, May 16th, 2004|
you know your poor when...
- you pick the scallions out of the park for your ramen.
- you're adding crumbs from chip bags as a seasoning pack.
- your chasing shots with ramen broth.
- take your pipe and boil the resin off, then
cook your ramen.
- use bong water to cook your ramen.
- bake in your "roaches" for seasoning. Current Mood: calm
|Thursday, May 13th, 2004|
here's my easy recipe:
i just had gourmet casarole-ish ramen last night with condiment packages from various restaurants & left-over spinach w/cheese.
1) put on pot of water, bring to boil with lid on.
2) set heat to medium and throw in ramen.
3) in small bowl mix:
-2 packs medium & 2 packs hot sauce from Taco Bell
-1 pack Olive oil from Subway
-1 pack duck & soy sauce
-1 pack Arby's sauce
-1/4 teaspoon of diced garlic
-1/2 a cut up onion
-a few dashes of oregeno and rosemary.
4) add mixed items when ramen is half soft, then continue on med. heat.
5) strain excess water from noodles to desired effect.
6) return noodles to pot or bowl and add 2 processed white-american foodtown cheese slices.
7) stir cheese into noodles until its melted.
8) ... yum!