yo homie, dats wut we calls tuna boona in da big house. betcha did a streach to get da mix up.
amazing.. better than the original ramen noodle!!
This is pretty good. At least it feels like I am eating a more balanced meal rather than just the plain ramen :) I think next time I'll use 1/2 can of tuna--it just seemed like a lot of tuna.
Very nice! A friend of mine who spent time in Japan recommended I try adding a can of tuna to ramen, and tonight I thought I'd try finding a recipe online. This was VERY delicious! To cut back on boiling time on the stove, I boiled water in an electric kettle, and poured that into a pot with the noodles and veggies. Was quicker than boiling in a pot.
I was a little skeptical of this recipe, but I had all the ingredients on hand so I tried it. This is really good! It makes 2 large servings and my toddler even liked it
I've tried this with tuna in water, mixed veggies, and a little dash of red pepper flakes to make it a little spicy. Yum and cheap.
I'm not even remotely a college kid ;) but I needed something to whip up quickly before grocery day - and all I had was ramen, tuna, butter, frozen vegetables, and a little milk haha... I subbed tuna in water (the stuff that comes in a pouch) and used some olive oil in the pan. I put both the tuna and the veggies in the pan while I cooked two packages of chicken flavored ramen, then strained the ramen and tossed it in the pan with everything else, sprinkled on one and a half seasoning packets and WOW it was yummy! It sounds like a mismatch, but it really works well - the seasoning/tuna makes the veggies seem sweet :) Very good, will make again!