A hang-over cure from cajun land. I gar-wan-tee!
Submitted By: Chaumont
Submitted From: Louisiana (Cajunland)
- 1 hangover
- 1 package Smack Hot and Spicy Ramen
- 6 or so leftover boiled crawfish from night before.
- 1 tblspoon of Swamp Fire crawfish boil seasoning
Start water boiling as per ramen instructions. When water boils add noodles, packet, swamp fire, and crawfish. Cook per ramen instructions. Serve in big bowl with 3 Advil. La Bon Ton Rouler
Submitted By: Brian & Ann
Submitted From: New Brighton, MN
- 1 can beer
- 1 1/2 cups flour
- 3 eggs
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 packs of cooked ramen noodles
- 4 cups of high temp frying oil
Cook Ramen as usual, do not crush noodles. Mix beer batter with 1 egg 1 1/2 cups flour & tsp salt, 1 can of beer and mix. Beat 2 eggs and place in 1 quart bowl. Boil ramen till done & drain. Heat up fryer or castiron sauce pan with oil. Separate and twist noodles, dry slightly on papertowels dip ramen 4-5 strands at a time in beaten eggs, we like it kinda braided or twisted dip strans in batter & fry till golden brown salt to taste or use Lawry’s seasoned salt to tatse use your favorite dip.
Note: I’m sorry that this is a complicated recipe, but it’s fun to try. I like to dip mine in sweetened soysauce.
Submitted By: Angela Boyd
Submitted From: Emporia, KS
- 1 Package ramen (flavour of your choice)
- 1 TBSP sesame oil (any oil will work)
- 1 tsp sake
- 1 tsp mirin(optional-gives a sweetish tinge)
- 1 tsp House of Tsang szechuan spicy stirfry sauce
- 2 TBSP Soy sauce
- 1/4 Packet TyLing egg drop soup mix(chinese style)
- Lemon pepper
- Mrs. Dash
- Garlic powder
- Vegetables of your choice
- Optional: 1 beaten egg (optional)
- Optional: Pinch of ground or powdered ginger
Prepare ramen as directed on package. Separate soup from noodles and set both
aside. Put oil in medium sized frying pan over a medium heat. Add mirin, sake, szechuan sauce, soy sauce and vegetables. Sautee until vegetables are cooked. Pour soup into frying pan and stir, adding 1/4 of egg drop soup mix packet. Cook, stiring frequently, for 3 minutes. Add noodles to pan and add 2 shakes of pepper, 3 shakes of lemmon peper, 3 shakes Mrs. Dash, and a pinch of garlic(or ginger). Cook, stiring frequently until the soup mixture has been almost completely absorbed. (add beaten egg and stir in when 3/4 soup has been absorbed.) Yield: 1-2 servings.
Note: Rainbow ramen works well with this recipie due to its more solid, pasta-like
texture, but any ramen will work well. (It’s nice because I can make somthing tasty with a really bad quality ramen.) You can find mirin at your local oriental market.