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« Reply #30 on: July 22, 2008 11:04:35 AM »

Oh yes..I have made the burritos with them. Cook them as you normally would and you can leave the seasoning out if you want. The pouches of chicken meat you can get in the tuna section is what I would use to mix in as well as some sqeezy cheese. ...put it all in a tortilla and you have a burrito.

I can't remember any others off of the top of my head but I'm sure you'll get some great recipes =)
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« Reply #31 on: July 24, 2008 09:57:46 AM »

My fav.

Boil and drain noodles add 2 TBLS each of melted butter and peanut butter 2 packets of soy sauce from take out and half the seasoning packet. Not healty at all but I treat myslef before I go out to shovel snow or mow the lawn.

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« Reply #32 on: July 30, 2008 10:30:06 PM »

I am actually eating this right now:

cooked ramen noodles, without the seasoning
spoonfull of peanut butter
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
dash of curry powder
teaspoon of orange juice
some cooked peas

it is very tasty!  Grin
« Reply #33 on: July 31, 2008 04:53:01 PM »

This post made me LOL, my mom used to load me up with this stuff whenever I visited along with those cheaper skinny skinny steaks and bags of shredded cabbage (slaw).  anywho, you just kinda mix the whole thing together after searing the steak and doing up the noodles, then toss with the slaw.  It was really yummy! 

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« Reply #34 on: August 14, 2008 12:10:41 PM »

Ok this is MY FAVORITE.

Boil the ramen, then mix in the packet of seasoning (or just some of it, this gets pretty salty, but I LOVE salty). Then add a nice big spoonfull of Miso Paste. Stir up real good to make sure the miso is mixed in and there are no clumps. When its all dissolved, put in your bowl and top with a heap of pickeled ginger and a buncha togarashi seasoning! SOOO GOOOD!!!!!!!!! (The Miso Paste, Pickeled Ginger and Togarashi can all be found in Asian markets and are all really cheap!)

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« Reply #35 on: August 14, 2008 03:08:33 PM »

I used to make ramen, drain all the broth and put it over top of salads.  Keep some of the crunchy noodles for the top!  A college friend swore by ramen with warm apple slices thrown in, but you'll have to let me know how that one goes over. Wink

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« Reply #36 on: August 14, 2008 09:01:32 PM »

first thing i do is throw away the flavor packet. then cook the noodles and drain them.  then throw in a package of frozen veggies and some sauce of your choice and cook till the veggies are hot. or, better yet, green giant has those boxes of frozen veggies that have flavored butter sauce already in them. 
« Reply #37 on: August 19, 2008 12:04:41 AM »

you can make this with 'oriental' flavored ramen or with plain pasta. i'm addicted to it!

spicy orange teriyaki noodles:

-mix the flavor packet in the water; boil.
-add ramen; cook until done
-drain most of the liquid, leaving about 2 TBS (ramen will take on some of the 'oriental' flavor from boiling)
-add 1 TBS orange marmalade (store brand jar is like, $2 & will last a while), a pinch of red chili pepper and a splash of soy sauce
-stir and enjoy!
« Reply #38 on: August 27, 2008 09:59:43 AM »

there are so many good sauces and things you can make quickly that are so much better for you than the packet they come with (i always throw those out). Any kind of peanut sauce is good, or you could do a cold noodle with sesame sauce (sesame paste, ginger, garlic, soy, vinnegar)

but i'll 10th what everyone else is saying, rice and potatoes are both filling and cheap and you can do anything with them. Just stir-fry or saute up some veggies and/or protien, dump on starch, and voila! (and as far as cheap goes, i do love baked beans on a baked potato...mmmm, comfort food)

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« Reply #39 on: August 30, 2008 06:54:58 AM »

it never occured to me to put peanut butter in ramen noodles! omg i have to make some now.

i go to the asian market here and buy by the case a brand called mama. it comes with 3 flavor packets in it and they are nice and spicy! put in what you like save the packets you dont like for a friend. i dont think they are nearly as salty and they have LOTS more flavor to them. last time i got duck flavored ones. after i put some pb in them i may just be in heaven! Grin

oh and i pay about 6 dollars for a case of 24! run college students to you  nearest asian store. ramen does not have to taste like bad chicken base!

i have to make things for my house as all my money goes to feed two cats, a dog, a hedgehog, a tarantula, two frogs, a snake and two humans
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