Here’s something a little different. Chorizo works well in so many things – a bit of zip, interesting spices, and protein.
1 pack of beef ramen
3-4 ounces of Chorizo – variety of your choosing
Get the water boiling, add chorizo. Allow it to cook enough that you can break it up.
Add the noodles and flavor packet, boil 3 minutes
Drain to preference, top with salsa or chili sauceNo comments
1 bag of ramen noodles (beef)
1/4 lb ground round hamburger
1/2 small chopped up onion
Once the water is boiling, add noodles, flavor packets, onion, and hamburger. Boil 3 minutes and make sure the meat is done.
Reduce to a simmer, and crack the egg into the top of the pot, cook to preference.
Adding an egg to the chicken ramen went so well, I tried it today with beef. Same procedure – strain an egg into the boiling water and then add noodles and make it as normal. I wasn’t sure if it’d taste good, but the egg and beef combine for an interesting and good flavor. This might even be better than the chicken & egg drop version.No comments
Here’s a quick easy one to get things started. The egg adds a nice flavor, and some protein, to standard chicken-flavored Ramen noodles.
What you need:
1 package of chicken ramen
Slotted spoon or egg separator
Boil 2 cups of water. While you’re waiting for it to boil, crack and scramble the egg.
Once the water is boiling, pour the egg through a slotted spoon or egg separator into the boiling water. Add the noodles immediately, stir.
After 3 minutes, drain as preferred, stir in the flavor packet, and serve.No comments
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