I used to live in Plano a few years ago. The streets there are crazy, 6 lanes wide for a normal “street” and you can drive about 60 or so. Also I was wondering, do you think Mussolini liked Sriracha?
Submitted By: Jake
Submitted From: Plano, TX
- Chicken flavor ramen
- Olive oil
- Shredded Parmesan cheese
- Srichacha chili sauce
- Chopped onion
- Bread crumbs
Prepare the chicken ramen, and be sure to break brick up well. Cook for the usual time, add seasoning after it finishes boiling. Allow the ramen to sit, covered, for a few minutes to absorb flavor and then drain the liquid. Next, add olive oil, and stir. Then add Srichacha chili sauce and stir very, very thoroughly. Finally, add chopped onion, Parmesan cheese, and bread crumbs. Stir it all up and enjoy a very quick, easy recipe. As for amounts of each ingredient, do it to your own tastes. I use a lot of onion, cheese, and chili sauce, but not too much bread crumbs. A good starting point would be 1 tbsp of bread crumbs, 1 tbsp of olive oil, 1 tsp of Parmesan cheese, 1/4 cup of chopped onion, and a few dashes of Sriracha to taste.
Posting stuff is much harder with a kid around the house!
Submitted By: KirkH420
Submitted From: Chicago, IL
- 1 Shrimp flavor Ramen pack
- Chipotle sauce
- 6 Generic frozen chicken nuggets
Prepare the noodles while the chicken nuggets are cooking (for best results bake or deep fry the chicken). Add crushed Ramen noodles to boiling water and turn off stove, allow the ramen to stand. Cut the chicken nuggets into 4 way pieces. Next, strain noodles and mix in the chicken and the shrimp flavor pack. Add 2Tbsp of honey, 1Tbsp of mustard, and 2-4Tsp of chipotle sauce. You may need to add a small amount of hot water if it is too dry.
You know what improves everything? That’s right, bacon. If you add bacon to a dish, it becomes “fancy”, remember that aspiring cooks, bacon = tasty = fancy.
Submitted By: Caleb
Submitted From: London, UK
Ingredients are suited to serve one person and are also listed in the order you need to cook them in
- 1/2 onion
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- one clove of garlic
- 1 - 2 slices of bacon (depending on preference)
- chicken slices (approx the size of your palm)
- soy sauce
- mixed vegetables
- 1 packet of whichever noodles you prefer, i use fresh noodles for simplicity (no need to boil them)
If you have noodles that need boiling, I would advise putting them on first. Next, slice the onion and shred the garlic or cut it up (finely). Cut up the bacon into small pieces and add all of the above into a wok (which already has a small amount of olive oil in it) on a low heat. Get the chicken and cut it up, and add it to the wok. Cook until the chicken is completely cooked (a good sign of this is that its completely changed color all over), then add the soy sauce. Allow to cook for a minute extra and then add the mixed vegetables and stir. Then add the cooked noodles, serve and enjoy.
Its rare that we get a first here since the site has been up for so long, but today we have one, our first recipe with liver. I will state that I’ve never eaten liver before and I don't plan on starting with this recipe.
Submitted By: Kip
Submitted From: Pittsburgh, PA
- 5 Boneless baby chicken breasts (Diced, uncooked)
- 1 large beef liver (veins removed, diced, uncooked)
- 1 bottle A-1 steak sauce
- 1 can green beans
- 1 large can of sliced mushroom caps and stems in water
- 1-2 packages of beef or chicken ramen
Drain Cans of beans and mushrooms, set aside. In a pot, add diced chicken and diced liver. Cook on medium heat with a couple tablespoons of A-1 for flavoring. Once chicken and liver have finished cooking, add the remainder of the bottle of A-1, the beans, and the mushrooms. Raise heat to medium high and bring mixture to a boil. Let it simmer on low for about 15-20 min. Next add a package of ramen and the flavor packet and simmer for 2-3 mins, if this does not bring it to desired consistency, add more ramen.
EDIT: I received some additional instructions from the submitter!
This idea is so crazy, it just might work! Besides, I’m a sucker for Franks hot sauce!
Submitted By: Stacy Williams
Submitted From: Stanhope, NJ
- 2 packs beef or chicken Ramen noodles
- 1/8 cup Franks Hot Wing Sauce
- 2 tablespoons of Wok oil or Spicy oil
- 2 tablespoons cooking oil
- 1 tsp. hot hungarian paprika
- 1/4 cup Orange juice
- 1 bag sliced frozen bell pepper and onion mixture
- 14 Tyson Breaded Chicken nuggets
Heat the nuggets in a toaster oven or stove as the package directs. In Large pan, boil Ramen noodles; do not break up. When soft, throw in bag of frozen bell pepper mix. While this is boiling for about 5-6 minutes, prepare in a large bowl 1 ramen flavor packet, Wok Oil, vegetable Oil, Franks Hot Wing sauce, Paprika and O.J. Mix well, add hot nuggets and coat completely. Strain ramen and vegetable mixture and throw it in the bowl with the nuggets while still hot. Toss well, serve the noodle pepper part with the nuggets arranged on top. Serves 2.
Note: The submitter used 1 chicken ramen flavor packet and two bags of ramen. You can add the other flavor packet as well, but test for saltiness before doing so, you don't want it too salty.
Confession: I’ve never made a salad with ramen, but it sounds good for a chilled summer salad. This recipe also leaves you with one left over flavor packet for other fun uses.
Submitted By: Gaby Williams
Submitted From: Peoria, IL
- 2 packages chicken ramen
- 2 teaspoons chili oil
- 3 tablespoons rice vinegar
- 1 handful fresh basil, chopped
- 1 handful cilantro, chopped
- 1 head of lettuce, chopped (I used 1/3 head of romaine, boston bibb, and red leaf)
- optional add-ins: grilled shrimp or grilled chicken
This serves 4.
1. Cook both packages of ramen, adding only one seasoning packet to the water.
2. Drain, add noodles back into pot. Add 2 teaspoons chili oil and 3 tablespoons rice vinegar and stir. (If you don't mind how the basil and cilantro looks wilted, add it now. If you want the herbs to be pretty, wait until the noodles are chilled. IMO, it doesn't taste the same, I highly suggest adding the basil and cilantro in this step.)
3. Chill noodles in the fridge; when they are cold enough for you, put handful or more of lettuce in bowls. Place large spoonful of tasty chilled ramen on top. Add chicken or shrimp (if you would like, of course). Enjoy!
Did some inbox clean-up today and came across this yummy sounding recipe. There are several similar recipes on here, but this one sounds really good.
Submitted By: Pam
Submitted From: Atlanta, GA
- 2 packages chicken ramen noodles
- cooked, cubed chicken breast
- 5-6 sliced green onion (or more to taste)
- chopped cilantro, to taste
- slivered almonds
- sesame seeds
- head of cabbage (I like Napa or Savoy)
- 1 stick butter
- 1 bottle Asian-style salad dressing (I like Annie\'s Organic Asian Sesame)
Melt butter in large saucepan. Add crushed ramen noodles, sesame seeds, slivered almonds. Toss with melted butter, sprinkle in soup seasoning packets. Cook in butter until nuts and noodles get toasty. Toss cabbage, chicken, onions, and cilantro with dressing. Add toasty mixture and toss again! Reserve a little in the pan for sprinkling on top!
My first Brazilian recipe! Obrigado!
Submitted By: Alessandra
Submitted From: São Paulo, Brazil
- 1 packet of chicken ramen
- juice of 1/2 a lime
- freshly ground pepper
- parsley (chopped)
- spring onions (chopped)
- olive oil
Prepare the ramen like you normally would, with just a little extra water. When it's almost done, add the seasoning and the pepper (to taste. I usually use loads!). Turn the heat off, add the lime juice and the olive oil and give it a quick stir. Put in bowl and add the herbs (to taste). It tastes delicious, fresh and it's almost idiot-proof.
This one sounds good.
Submitted By: Caleb
Submitted From: London, UK
Ingredients (to server one person)
- 1/2 an onion
- one clove of garlic
- 1 – 2 slices of bacon (depending on preference)
- 6 chicken slices (approx the size of your palm)
- you can substitute the chicken with: pork or prawns (shrimp)
- soy sauce (i use medium strength)
- mixed vegetables
- 1 packet of whichever noodles you prefer
If you have noodles that need boiling, I would advise putting them on now. Slice the onion and shred the garlic or cut it up (finely). Cut up the bacon into small pieces. Add all of the above into wok (which already has a small amount of olive oil in it) and cook on a low heat. Add some herbs or which ever seasoning you usually use if you wish. Get the chicken, cut it up, and add it the the wok. Make sure the chicken is completely cooked (a good sign of this is that its completely changed color all over) then add the soy sauce. Allow to cook for a minute then add the mixed vegetables and mix together. Finally, add the noodles and mix together. Serve and enjoy.
I’m not sure I have any crockpot ramen recipes, so here’s one… Now, will the noodles hold up? Someone try and it confirm for me (I don't have a crockpot)
Submitted By: Deb
Submitted From: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
- 4 chicken tenders or any chicken without skin and bone
- 1 can cream of chicken soup
- 1 pkg vegetable or chicken flavored Ramen
- noodles with seasoning packet
- 4 ounces of sour cream
- Optional: Drain and add 1 can of your favorite mixed vegetables.
- Optional: A bay leaf (remember to remove it before serving as it is not be eaten!)
Put the chicken in the bottom off the crockpot. Break the noodles with a rolling pin while still in the package and then remove the seasoning packet. Next mix the soup with the seasoning packet and pour on top of chicken. Then sprinkle broken noodles on top. Set crockpot to low and cook for 5-6 hours or high for 3-4 hours. The last 15 minutes of cooking then stir in the sour cream.
Serve with purchased cole slaw and sweet iced tea. Serves 4... or 2 if your appetite is like mine.