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« Reply #40 on: September 06, 2008 08:18:15 PM »

I used to put an egg in while the water and noodles were boiling and stir it really really quickly with a fork. The egg should fragment into little eggy bits that then floated in the soup. It made me feel like I was being a bit healthier.
« Reply #41 on: September 06, 2008 08:44:45 PM »

Raman and pinto beans...My mom made these when she was super poor and taking care of two kids. Also, not with raman, but if you get the family sized mac 'n cheese, with a can of tuna, it's really great, and cheap.

You might want to look into meberships at bulk places, such as BJ's or Sam's Club.  It's can be a good deal. We buy lots of stuff in bulk, especially when it's things that aren't perishable.
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« Reply #42 on: October 12, 2008 09:17:47 AM »

I know everyone is talking about more healthy ramen alternatives, but if you're still interested, I bumped into this on the net a minute ago and thought of you. 

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« Reply #43 on: October 24, 2008 07:48:47 AM »

Oh my I lived on ramen all through college.  My favorite was a Tuna Noodle Surprise I made.

You cook the ramen (When living in a dorm, I used a microwave: if you put the ramen in a micro safe bowl, fill it half way full with water and cook for 1 min then stir and then cook for another min then stir and then let it sit for another min.  It makes the noodles perfect and only takes 3 mins!  *Just drain any excess water.)
Using a skillet, put a little butter in the pan and add your cooked ramen, half a can of tuna, two slices of american cheese, and a few spoonfuls of english peas.  Then season it with italian seasoning.
Stir it around on the skillet until the cheese melts and the tuna is warm.

ENJOY - it's very tasty!

If you're not a fan of tuna, canned chicken works well too!

« Reply #44 on: October 26, 2008 09:12:14 PM »

I used to want to write a cookbook on ramen recipes!  My favorite easy ones (cheap too):

- Cooked normally, add slice of cheese in near end of cooking to melt into gooey-ness
- Overcook and pretty much boil out all liquid, add cheese as above for more of a gooey mac&cheese effect

- My favorite - great HANGOVER cure!  Hot & Sour soup on the cheap and easy.  Cook normally but with extra broth and maybe an extra bit of bouillon from either another pack of ramen (or buy separate).  Once cooked add vinegar and hot sauce.  Yum!

« Reply #45 on: November 05, 2008 09:45:55 AM »

I like to make the beef flavored ramen- I cut up a hard boiled egg into it. It's great if you're not a big meat-eater- you still get some protein!

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