Here’s a salty snack:
1 pkg ramen
Smash up your ramen noodles. Smash ‘em!
Per package, lightly oil a pan, preferably a cast iron pan. You can also dry roast them.
Heat up the pan and throw your sad, broken noodles into the pan stirring while they brown. When they’re about golden, add the seasoning or be creative. If you want to make something more diverse like chex mix, you can add nuts and seeds when you’re browning, before you add the spice.
Don’t get them stuck in your gums. Personally, I like a little hot paprika.
High Society Ramen
I can’t believe this worked, honestly. I had some crappy white wine in the fridge. Pinot Grigio. My throat felt a tad sore and, while at the supermarket, had noticed Ramen was a buck for six packages. I can’t resist branded crack so cheap so I bought it.
1 pkg Ramen, no seasoning
1 lemon wedge
1/4 c white wine
1 tbs butter or margarine
1 tsp dill
Salt to taste
Cook the Ramen and drain out 2/3 of the water. Add the butter, wine, dill. Stir, then eat. - A delicate noodle in a white wine broth with hints of dill.
The other day my husband had an audition in LA with P Diddy, or Puff Daddy, or Diddy Combs. I’m not really sure which one of them met him, but until he gets the gig with one of them, we’re broke so I had to make him a lunch that he could eat cold on his three hour drive.
This was a last minute thing. I had no bread, no peanut butter, no hummus. Quickly, I boiled up some Ramen noodles, drained them, and dumped some pre-packaged peanut sauce on them. After putting them in a to-go container, I put a couple of little lime wedges on the top so he could squeeze that on when he was ready. He said it was “yummy.” I guess I’ve eaten some cold, peanut noodle salads in my day so it made sense to me as a travel food.
1 pkg Top Ramen Noodles, no seasoning
2 lime wedges
Peanut Sauce to taste
Even Easier Hangover Cure
1 Pkg of Top Ramen
Several Dashes of Hot Sauce
A lemon squeeze
You Can Do This!!!!!