101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles

101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles

by Toni Patrick

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Overview

Expand your ramen repertoire with an amazingly inventive and unique addition to the million-copy-selling "101" series:101 Things to do with Ramen Noodles.

Ramen is fast, easy, and filling, but what can be done to spruce it up and give it a whole new life?

How about recipes like:

 

* Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

 

* Summer Garden Soup

   

* Zucchini Salad

   

* Creamy Beef and Broccoli Noodles

   

* Ramen Burgers

   

* Chicken Alfredo

   

* Pork Chop Ramen

   

* Tuna Noodle Casserole

   

* Garlic Noodle Sauté

   

* Beer Noodles (the ultimate college crowd pleaser!)

   

* Chinese Veggie Noodles

   

* Corny Cheese Noodles

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781423612186
Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date: 04/04/2005
Series: 101 Things to do With
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 577,586
File size: 458 KB

About the Author

Toni Patrick is the culinary creative behind 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles and four other 101 cookbooks. She has been featured on the Food Network and lives in Walden, Colorado.

Read an Excerpt

Creamy Beef and Broccoli Noodles


3/4 pound beef sirloin, cubed

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1 onion, cut in wedges

2 cups broccoli pieces

1 can (10.75 ounces) cream of broccoli soup, condensed

1/4 cup water

1 tablespoon soy sauce

2 packages beef ramen noodles, with seasoning packets


In a frying pan, brown beef with garlic powder until done. Stir in onion and broccoli. Cook over medium heat until vegetables are tender. Add soup, water, and soy sauce. Simmer 10 minutes.



Cook noodles in water according to package directions and drain. Add seasoning packets. Serve beef mixture over warm noodles. Makes 2 servings.


Ramen Trail Mix


3 packages ramen noodles, any flavor

15 small sticks beef jerky, cut into small pieces

1/2 pound dried apricots, cut into small pieces

1/2 cup dried cranberries, blueberries, cherries, or bananas

2 cups dry roasted peanuts


Break noodles into a bowl. Add remaining ingredients and stir. Makes 12 cups.

For a more traditional trail mix, omit the beef jerky and fruit. Add 1 pound plain M&Ms, 1 cup raisins, 1 cup sunflower seeds, and 3 cups granola cereal to broken up noodles and stir.


*Any dried fruit combination may be substituted.

Table of Contents

Helpful Hints 9


Soups

Tomato Noodle Soup 12 • Minestrone 13 • Egg Drop Soup 14 • Beefed-Up Noodles 15 • Chicken Consomme and Noodles 16 • Creamy Mushroom Soup 17 • Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup 18 • Vegetable Beef Noodle Soup 19 • Summer Garden Soup 20 • Southwest Vegetable Soup 21 • Asian Beef-Noodle Soup 22


Salads

Spring Salad 24 • Summer Picnic Salad 25 • Zucchini Salad 26 • Taco Salad 27 • Three-Bean Salad 28 • Antipasto Salad 29 • Pasta Salad 30 • Oriental Chicken Salad 31 • Fruity Ramen Salad 32 •Water Chestnut Ramen Salad 33 • Sweet-and-Sour Salad 34


Beef

Beef Ramenoff 36 • Cheeseburger Ramen 37 • Creamy Beef and Broccoli Noodles 38 • Beef Provencale 39 • Marinated Beef 40 • Cheddar Beef Casserole 41 • Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry 42 • Beefy Mushroom Noodles 43 • Beef Sukiyaki 44 • Vegetable Beef Noodles 45 • Beef ’n’ Potato Noodles 46 • Beefy Chili Noodles 47 • Ramen Burgers 48 • Spicy Beef Noodles 49 • Spicy Meat Loaf Cheese Roll 50 • Country Vegetable Beef 51 • Beefy Noodles with Gravy 52


Chicken

•Creamy Chicken and Broccoli 54 •Spicy Chicken 55 •Cheesy Chicken Divan 56 •Chicken LoMein 57 •Chicken Hollandaise 58 •Chicken Veloute 59 •Chicken Curry 60 • Chicken Diablo 61 • Creamy Chicken Noodles 62 • Chicken with Mushrooms 63 • Chicken Allemande 64 • Chicken Alfredo 65 • Ramen Fajitas 66 • Italian Chicken 67 • Fiesta Chicken 68 • Cheesy Chicken Casserole 69 • Chicken ’n’ Asparagus 70 • Chinese-Style Ramen 71 • ChickenMilano 72


Pork

All-American Ramen 74 • Ham Omelets 75 • Pork Chop Ramen 76 • Cheesy Bacon Noodles 77 • Brats ’n’ Noodles 78 • Pork and Peppers 79 • Hungarian Skillet Meal 80 • Lean Pork Steak 81 • Tropical Ramen 82


Seafood

Cheesy Tuna Ramen 84 • Shrimp Ramen 85 • Cheesy Salmon Noodles 86 • Tuna Noodle Casserole 87 • CreamyMushroom Shrimp Ramen 88 • Twice-Baked Tuna Casserole 89 • Garlic Shrimp ’N’ Veggies 90


Family Favorites

Meaty Spaghetti 92 • Cheesy Noodles 93 • Ramen Nachos 94 • Garlic Noodle Saute 95 • Creamy Alfredo Noodles 96 • Mexican Casserole 97 • Pizza Pasta 98 • Lasagna 99 • Primavera Pasta 100 • Beer Noodles 101 • Parmesan Noodles 102• Cheesy Ranch Ramen 103 • Buttery Chive Noodles 104 • Ramen Trail Mix 105 • Ramen Haystacks 106 • Chocolate Chinos 107 • Peach Treats 108 • Maple and Brown Sugar Ramenmeal 109


Vegetable Entrees

Broccoli-Cauliflower Ramen 112 • Cheesy Vegetable Ramen 113 • Hollandaise Vegetables 114 • Veggie Saute 115 • Chinese Fried Noodles 116 • Tomato Saute 117 • Garlic Cilantro Noodles 118 • Chinese Veggie Noodles 119 • Corny Cheese Noodles 120

Customer Reviews

101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
CheriePye More than 1 year ago
Years ago my daughter and I were at the general store at the University of Texas at Austin and we saw this book. She was about 13 years old at the time and I was working on my Library Science degree. We laughed about the book because her current favorite food was Ramen noodles. She said that she wanted the book for when she goes to college. We didn't purchase it at the time, but as we are approaching her graduation I have become nostalgic and I went to Barnes and Noble and ordered the book for a gag graduation gift. When I gave it to her we laughed together and read the recipes, many which sounded delicious. She was delighted to have the book and set to work trying some of the recipes. I had a second laugh when I realized that she was wearing her favorite T-shirt, "Top Ramen, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner". The book has a plastic cover and is spiral bound so that it can be opened and laid flat. It does not have many pictures, but the recipes are easy to follow and clear. I have learned that Ramen noodle texture is an art form and it is very personal based upon the preferences of the consumer. All of the recipes do make allowances for texture preferences, and it is truly possible to eat well on a Ramen noodle budget.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I counted all the recipes and there are 101 of them. The book must have 2-3 on a page or with pictures. I might get one of the other books in print after looking at it first. A few of the recipes in this e-book are the same but meat added to one and not the other. Another was the same with different kinds of cheese.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
what a fantastic book for college bound kids; I gave this as graduation presents this year and every kid loved them
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow, you know how you can never figure out what to make, well here it is...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not just for college students, great for senior citizens or anyone on a budget. Bought a copy for a gift and tried some of the recipes myself -- every recipe seems to be better than the last -- going to have to buy some more copies for gifts for my family.
AmyMW More than 1 year ago
This is the best graduation gift, along with a case of ramen noodles and some cash, of course.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not writing a review. I'm writing a suggestion for the publisher. This would be a very good book for someone in prison but they are not allowed to have spiral books. Is there anyway this could be published as a paperback book? I know a lot of prisoners would find this book helpful, too. I don't know if they can get all the ingredients for the recipes but they may be able to get a few of them.
cattriona on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
At first glance, one might think this book is geared solely toward the college crowd. While it is certainly useful for them, its also very useful in our house of 30-somethings on a budget. Many of the recipes don't use the seasoning packet, so those with sodium concerns can relax. Most of the recipes are very easy and simple with cheap things you're likely to have on hand (i.e. hamburger, cheese, onion, sour cream, soup) and a lot of variety (soups, salads, beef, chicken, pork, etc.). Most of the recipes are for 2 servings, making it nice for couples, though certainly you could double it for a larger household. The book even has a plastic cover (to protect from splatters) and is spiral bound so you can lay it flat on the counter and read the recipes while you cook. There is plenty of space on each page to make notes (i.e. "next time add more onions"). The only negative thing is that most of these recipes use several pans -- you need one to boil the noodles in (why are there no microwave directions for Ramen Noodles?) while you're making the bulk of the recipe in another pan, then you have to drain the noodles with the strainer ... you get the idea.
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College. Prepping.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are buying as eBook, this one is okay, but don't buy the 'MORE' book, as it's the exact same file. Disappointing!
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