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My daughter made this last night. YUM She made half the recipe and since we have no shrimp she used 1 can (4 1/4 oz.) Geisha Tiny Shrimp that I had. Worked great and tasted great too. I think she just found herslef an easy recipe for college next year. You know the best thing about this recipe....NO PANS for me to wash when I got home last night. Thanks you GourmetGradStudent for this mom friendly recipe (meaning no pans) that Amanda made.
Nice one! I added a little Thai touch by adding 2 ts lime zest, fish sauce instead of soy sauce and 2 ts sugar. And I did use the seasoning packages also. Yum! Enough only for two for main meal.
Great! I halved the recipe and used a little less shrimp and added broccoli. Using only 1 ramen package, I cooked this as one serving so it had to go a bit longer to soften and cook through. Should have steamed the broccoli first, but DH loved it nonetheless.
Way fun and easy with no cleanup. I used frozen cooked shrimp and also added fresh mushrooms and frozen broccoli just for kicks. Perfect for a busy workday. My incredibly fussy boys loved it!
Who would have thought about doing Ramen noodles in foil packets in the oven? It works out wonderfully. I used more garlic and tiny (frozen) baby shrimp that I had on hand. I found that these precooked shrimp were not right for the recipe, as they became tough. In the future, I will be sure to use raw shrimp so as to not overcook them. I steamed snow peas while this baked, and stirred them into the finished bowls of noodles. FABULOUS quick dinner.
These little babies have kick!! I threw mine on the grill. Nice for work the next day. Good cold too! Thanks, GourmetGradStudent