Submitted By: David Johnstone
Submitted From: Wasilla, Alaska
- 2 Pkg Chicken Flavor Ramen
- 1 boneless Chicken Breast, Chunked and seasoned With Johnny’s seasoning. (about 1/2″ x 3/4″ chunks)
- 1 16oz pkg Frozen California style vegetables
- 1/4 onion Chopped
- 1 celery stock sliced in 1/4″ pieces
- 1/2cup frozen peas
- 3 small green onions sliced in 1/4″ pieces
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoons oil
In large fry pan with lid, saute chicken on high heat in oil until brown, place chicken in bowl for later. Saute celery and chopped onion until onion is clear, add vegetables from frozen pkg, Put lid on. (it may be necessary to add a little water to keep veggies from sticking) When vegetables are cooked to liking, stir in prebrowned chicken, add drained Ramen, stir to mix all ingredients. Serves 4. For Ramen preparation see below.
While vegetables are cooking, Bring 6 cups of water to boil. Add Ramen, cook for 3 minutes. Add seasoning from Ramen package, mix in before draing. Drain broth off Ramen. Put broth back on stove, Bring to Boil, add green onions, 1/2 cup peas. While Boiling,slowly pour in beaten whole egg to make “Egg Flower Soup”
Note: Be conservative on salt, the Ramen seasoning has a high sodium content. The Chicken Ramen Dish may be varied by adding your favorite oriental sauce.
A fitting post for Memorial day, because whether you agree with the war or not, you should support our soldiers in Iraq. Judy wrote me and told me this story…
“I am representing the American Legion Post 15 in Medford, Or 97501 Last week we decided to put on a support your troops benefit so that we can try to get things that they need badly. Talking to 3 Army recruiters that just returned from Iraq said some of the best things you could send them was Spam and Top Ramen Noodles. They said they cut up the spam and fry it and then add the noodles and make kind of a stir fry out of it. I have contacted Hormel to see if they could donate spam and now I am asking you if you could donate some of your noodles. Either that or the cups of noodles. They acted like it was a real treat to them over there. So please help us give them something they like.”
I am not in a position to donate noodles, but I will certainly let Judy know how to contact Ramen manufacturers (links are on the right).
As for the rest of you, be thinking of the troops, and if you can figure out how to send them ramen, I am sure they will appreciate it!
Anyone who does want to contact Judy, use the “Got a Recipe?” form on the right and I will put you in contact with her.
Comment spammers have always been a problem here in Ramen land. I have implemented a blacklist, added moderation (just try to comment about poker), but now I have the final solution…
Introducing code-words for comments. When you enter a comment you will now need to enter a code-word. It should be easy to figure out.
Submitted By: Brandon Perkins
Submitted From: Oklahoma, USA
- 1 Package Ramen (I prefer chicken)
- 1 Uncooked Egg
- 2 Tbsp Butter
- Onion to taste (Red or white)
- Shredded Cheese to taste
- Pepper or Lemon Pepper (More tangy with lemon)
Basically, I crush the noodles in the bag, dump them in the bowl with hot water (not a lot of water). I then add the butter and heat it up until the butter melts. Stir and cook again until just short of the noodles being done. I drain the water if there is too much. Now I add the ramen seasoning as well as the salt and pepper, sometimes more butter. Drop in the egg and cook until it fluffs up. Take it out and stir, if not cooked, obviously cook some more.
Once egg is done add the shredded cheese and chopped onion and enjoy!
Many people don’t know what the plural form of Ramen is.
In my opinion, the plural of ramen is ramen. Some people like to say “ramens” instead. I have not edited this out of my recipes, but I still don’t think its correct.
So remember: one ramen, many ramen
Submitted By: Anthony Tyler
Submitted From: Virginia Beach, VA, USA
- Ramen, any flavor
- Saran wrap
- Put hot water in a bowl. You will need enough to cover all the noodles. If
hot water is unavailable, then any water will work, but hot water works quicker.
- Put the Ramen’s in the bowl.
- Cover the bowl with some plastic wrap, or you can use a cd case like the
original recipe. Anything clear and plastic to keep insects and other falling
particles out of the bowl.
- Let is sit in the sun for approximately one hour and a half, or until ready
- Mix the flavoring in the bowl.
- Enjoy your slow cooked, energy efficient Ramen noodles!