Georgia-Style Ramen Noodles

Submitted By: Mico Tek
Submitted From: Georgia, USA

Listen up, bubba, ’cause this is how you cook it right.

Take any flavor Ramen noodle you want–preferably chicken, beef, or shrimp.

Cook it per the directions, but DON’T ADD IN THE PACKET OF SEASONING! Hold that aside, then strain the noodles.

Heat your stove top to “High” and let it warm for three and a half minutes.

Place a large size frying pan on the stove for forty-five seconds to get the pan nice an' hot.

Take three tablespoons margarine and drop it in the hot pan, then add half a teaspoon salt, half a teaspoon pepper the packet\'s seasoning and a smidgen of garlic.

Drop the strained noodles into the frying pan and stir briskly, being sure to turn the noodles so that all portions are covered.

Fry it up for about a minute, maybe two, then serve.

Guaranteed to taste better and raise your cholesterol. But hey, wouldn't you rather die happy eating what you want than live forever eating grass and tree bark? Of course, maybe that's a southern thing.