Make the Best Ramen Noodles!
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Add eggs, vegetables and spices to your ramen noodles, you create a delicious, nutritious meal!
I want to start out by saying that I know very well that Ramen is not the healthiest thing on earth to eat; however, having been quite destitute myself a number of times, I also know very well that by adding eggs, vegetables and spices to your ramen noodles, you can create a delicious, nutritious meal! Complement your dish with cheese and whole wheat bread or crackers and you have a pretty healthy, low cost meal!
Here’s just one idea for great Ramen. Experiment on your own, and you’re sure to find your own house specialty!
Here's what you'll need:
- 1 package of ramen soup of your choice
- 3 cups of Brita water
- Red pepper flakes
- Garlic to taste (fresh, dried, or garlic powder)
- Soy sauce
- ¼ of a small onion, chopped or equivalent dehydrated onion
- 1 cup of frozen veggies of your choice (Of course, you can use fresh if you choose!)
- 1 egg
- Sesame oil
Place the Brita water, a shake of cumin, a small shake of red pepper flakes, garlic and a dash of soy sauce in a medium saucepot over high heat. Add the onion and frozen veggies, and bring the whole thing to a boil. Add the Ramen noodles, and boil for 3 minutes. While you wait, break the egg into a small bowl and stir it up with a fork. At the end of the 3 minutes, add the seasoning packet from your ramen mix and stir gently.
Add the egg in 3 or 4 dollops. Be careful not to pour it in all at once, and don’t stir it. You want to end up with 3 or 4 fairly solid pieces of scrambled egg.
Turn off the heat, and cover the saucepan while you set up your dishes. You will need a big mug and a good sized soup bowl.
Using two potholders to keep from burning yourself, pour the broth off the soup into the mug to drink. Put the noodle, veggies & egg mix into the pasta bowl. Shake some sesame oil onto the noodles, season to taste, and toss the noodles & veggies with a fork and a big spoon.
I usually have this with some cheese and whole grain crackers on the side.
Copyright: SuzanneBennett: July 13, 2009