Made this last night alongside some marinated steak tips and fresh green beans. It was really good! I added some tiny shrimp to it, and they gave it a nice flavor. My only suggestion is to use a nonstick skillet, if you have one, which I don't. I don't usually have problems with my calphalon, but the noodles stuck. Anyway, this is a very good and easy side dish!
This was awesome! I actually boiled the noodles for 2 minutes, drained and put in ice water to stop the cooking process. Kept the noodles nice and firm before frying. Thanks for the posting.
This dish is awesome. It really jazzes up the 'lowly" ramen noodle! I used pork flavored noodles and didn't add peas (yuck) so I added a little bit of minced white onion for "crunch". It went together easily and I LOVED the sesame oil on the egg! The first time I made it I ate it as it was. The second time I used it as a base and topped it with a Thai inspired pork stir fry. Both times tasty beyond belief! Thanks Meow for the fabulous recipe!
This recipe definitely lends itself to using what you've got, so I'll post what I did. I only had chicken ramen so I used that with some frozen snow peas, matchstick fresh carrots, chopped white onion, and leftover garlic chicken. I was afraid it would be bland if I poured off the broth, so I put the seasoning packet in the pan with the noodles, and if I do that again, I will only use half the packet because it was a bit salty. I loved that this was so easy and came together so fast! I loved that I didn't have to have leftover rice to make this, and I really loved that my 3 y.o. daughter ate 3 bowls of this! Thanks for this easy side dish, or even dinner in a bowl!
I love, love, love this recipe! Thank you! I don't have a lot of experience with my wok but have made this twice over the past 2 weeks. I used cooked shrimp the first time then left over grilled flank steak the second. YUM!! I used my food processor to chop the additions including meat, onion and carrots. Thank you!
First Rate! I'm a big time Ramen freak and I'm always looking for new ways to prepare them. Because my blood pressure is a bit high I watch the salt or more properly the Sodium. About 98% of the 'flavor packet' is MSG, disodium inosynate, and disodium guanylate. The rest is coloring, thickeners, sweetening, and the last bit is flavor, artificial of course. Needless to say I don't use them. For this recipe I used Tofu and a handful of 40 count Shrimp. I put the Shrimp in with the Noodles at step 1, by the time all was done they were cooked to perfection. Thanx, Pierre
Meow!, thank you for this recipe. My DH and I really loved it. I used oriental flavored noodles and opted not to use any shrimp, pork or chicken and it was delicious without them. In the future, I will try it with the addition of them though as I am sure it will only add to the taste and texture. I doubled the recipe and the two of us ate it all in one sitting! This was so simple to prepare and great for us on the go! Again, thanks for a keeper.
Fantastic! I only had beef and chicken ramen noodles on hand. I've made it a few times with both flavors, and they both taste great.
A very quick and easy dish. I made it with oriental flavored ramen noodles. Everyone loved it. Thanks for a delicious recipe.
Super easy and great tasting recipe-I'm embarrassed to admit that my DS ate the entire recipe for 4! I am so grateful for the convenience-oops-I also added 3 eggs, not two. Weight-training has it's advantages! Thanks for an easy week-day meal!