Ramen Recipes Submitted by Julia Sullivan Shenandoah University Parker Hall
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Submitted by Julia Sullivan
Ramen has acquired the reputation of being a classic edible staple of the college student. These fried noodles packaged in crinkly, hot pink cellophane have much to offer to the student budgeting their time and grocery money. With unbeatable attributes of three-minute cooking in boiling water and cheap cost, each packet being as little as ten cents or less, ramen has been and will continue to be consumed happily in many residence halls.
Ramen doesn’t have to taste the same all the time! Try tossing out the flavor packet and trying on of these recipes. They just use spices, canned vegetable, lunch meat, or other things you can keep in your room refrigerator. You’ll lose a lot of unnecessary sodium and gain palatable enjoyment!
Cook the noodles as directed on the package, and while cooking, prepare the sauce as follows.Take a handful of pre-shelled dry roasted peanuts and crush them into pieces that are around the size of a chocolate chip. Next, you add 3-4 tablespoons of Hoisin Sauce. Then mix-in you add 4-5 tablespoons of Soy Sauce. Drain the noodles and apply the crunchy peanut sauce.
Microwave noodles in water with contents of spice packet for 6-7 minutes. Next, drain the broth from noodles. While noodles are warm, add cubed cream cheese, milk, and spices, then stir to combine. Microwave for another 30 seconds to finish melting the cheese. Stir. Enjoy.
Heat up your Ramen noodles and drain liquid. Stir in the mayo and flavor pack to taste. Add in the eggs, and mash with fork till crumbled. Stir in whole mackerel package (including oil). If desired, you can combine the dish with bread or a tort to make a finger food meal. Enjoy.
This was originally a crazy cooking experiment, and is surprisingly a really enjoyable way to have ramen, especially if you are on a TIGHT budget! Warm taco shells. Cook ramen to preferred softness and drain. Stir in 1 teaspoon of butter per pack of ramen into the warm noodles. Use 1/2 the amount of ramen flavoring you usually like, and then add that same amount of taco seasoning. Heap ramen into warm tacos and enjoy!
Make the noodles as you normally would. I use less water than you are supposed to because I don’t like the soup: I like the noodles. Add the seasoning when the noodles finish cooking, and then add as much curry powder as you like. I like the flavor so I use a lot of it. After this stir it all together and let it sit for a minute or two. Then put the noodles into a bowl and add pepper on top of them (I love spicy foods so I use generous amounts of pepper, you can use however much you like.) After this stir the noodles up well and then add pepper on top of them again. Stir once more and enjoy. If you love spicy food as much as I do then adding in crushed red pepper after this can make these noodles even more delicious.
Cook the noodles and drain them. Add seasoning packet, lime juice, pepper flakes, and pepper and stir. Green onion can be used for an optional garnish on top if you like.