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Ramn Noodle Recipe Challenge

rhinefire

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I just was on a website that talked about Ramen burgers where the noodle replace te buns. This got me to thinking why not come up with other ways to eat Ramen noodles. I think I am goibng to try this: cook the noodles- put them in small round tins like a cupcake tray mixed wih seasoing and cheeses. Bake at 450 for ??? (8-10 min?) then pull them out and cover them with mre cheese and hit them with a chef's torch to brown the cheese toppings. Anyone else got any ideas onn what to do with the little noodles that for some reason everyone eats?
 

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I've never tried it, but a friend told me that you can beat a couple of eggs, mix them in with the prepared ramen noodles, and cook the mix in a skillet to make egg foo yung.
 

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Any recipe where the Ramen Noodles are crunchy is a bad recipe.
 

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I've never tried it, but a friend told me that you can beat a couple of eggs, mix them in with the prepared ramen noodles, and cook the mix in a skillet to make egg foo yung.
take the prepared noodles, mix in a couple of eggs, parmesian cheeze add a little garlic salt, fry it up in a skillet and call it spaghetti pancake.
 

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Not much of a recipe when there is only 1 ingredient and there is nothing to prepare.
Survival food 101 :)

I suppose you could do anything with them really. Their alkaline nature might make them a good add to tomato based things for those who are sensitive to acidity.
 

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I bet college kids have some ideas on this.
 
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