Ramen Omelet

Ramen Omelet created by Montana Heart Song

When the weather is too hot to cook in the RV I take the Propane camp stove or the toaster over outside to cook, in the shade, on the picnic table. This is a simple and easy 2 pan meal that lends itself to outdoor cooking. This a great way to use one of the 1/2 cup bags of roast chicken you should have in the freezer. My Mother used to say, "Never roast a chicken! The oven is on anyway so it doesn't cost any more to roast two of them and you can always find a use for a bit of chicken."

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30mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Cook Ramen and drain.
  • While the Ramen is cooking, heat an 8 inch saute pan over medium-high heat.
  • Add Ghee.
  • Saute (stir fry) Onions and Bell Peppers'til Onions are translucent.
  • Season Egg mixture to taste with Salt and Pepper.
  • Mix noodles with Onions and Bell Peppers.
  • Add Egg mixture, Stir and spread evenly over bottom of the pan.
  • Cook'til brown, 4-5 minutes, turn, cook other side'til brown, 4-5 minutes.
  • Cut into wedges.
  • Serve with Salsa Fresca.
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@Pierre Dance
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"When the weather is too hot to cook in the RV I take the Propane camp stove or the toaster over outside to cook, in the shade, on the picnic table. This is a simple and easy 2 pan meal that lends itself to outdoor cooking. This a great way to use one of the 1/2 cup bags of roast chicken you should have in the freezer. My Mother used to say, "Never roast a chicken! The oven is on anyway so it doesn't cost any more to roast two of them and you can always find a use for a bit of chicken.""
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  1. Montana Heart Song
    Ramen Omelet Created by Montana Heart Song
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  3. Montana Heart Song
    I would make this again. A definite kid pleaser. I added more cut up chicken and white chopped onion, out of green onions. I used roasted red peppers also(Valasic. It is cheaper to buy them this time of year. I would recommend cooking in an omelet pan so you can flip. I flipped on a plate, then back into the pan, that is a risky move because I made more than the recipe called for. It was delicious without the salsa. I'll try next time with the salsa on the side. Thanks for posting.
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  4. Pierre Dance
    When the weather is too hot to cook in the RV I take the Propane camp stove or the toaster over outside to cook, in the shade, on the picnic table. This is a simple and easy 2 pan meal that lends itself to outdoor cooking. This a great way to use one of the 1/2 cup bags of roast chicken you should have in the freezer. My Mother used to say, "Never roast a chicken! The oven is on anyway so it doesn't cost any more to roast two of them and you can always find a use for a bit of chicken."
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