What To Do With Leftover Ramen Noodles?

What To Do With Leftover Ramen Noodles: Ramen Noodles With…
  1. Saute any vegetables you like: I used mushrooms, peppers and broccoli.
  2. Reheat leftover noodles in a separate pot.
  3. Fry an egg.
  4. Top the noodles with sautéed vegetables and a fried egg.
  5. Dig in.

Use ramen noodles and ground beef for a quick, inexpensive, and delicious stir fry that the whole family will adore!

You don’t know how much I enjoy a good stir fry. It’s always so simple to prepare and you can pretty much use up anything and everything in your refrigerator, making it inexpensive and practical.

And that’s exactly what this is. This dish can’t be prepared any more quickly than it already is because it only calls for a few ingredients and uses ground beef and instant ramen noodles.

The noodles only need 3–4 minutes to become nice and tender, and while the ground beef is getting that gorgeous crumble, you can stir in the sauciest of all sauces with just a few ingredients from your pantry.

After that, you can add the ramen noodles to help soak up the remaining sauce.

You’ll be surprised at how quickly this actually comes together – starting from scratch and finishing in 30 minutes or less. Not to mention how many requests for seconds and thirds you will undoubtedly receive!

How to make Ramen Noodle Stir Fry

In just a few easy steps, you can prepare this quick and flavorful meal.

  • Heat a saute pan over medium-high and cook the chicken in some butter and olive oil. Don’t cook it all the way through; it will continue cooking with the next step.
  • Add veggies, minced garlic and grated ginger to the pan and stir fry with the chicken. Cook until the veggies are tender to your liking and the chicken is no longer pink.
  • While the chicken is cooking, boil water for the ramen noodles. When you add the veggies to the pan, add the noodles to the boiling water.
  • Once everything is cooked, mix it all together with some soy sauce, rice vinegar and optional chili sauce. Add some sesame seeds and sliced green onions for color and texture.
  • I mean, I love noodles in any form they come. I Photoshopped myself in a bowl of noodles because I’m so obsessed with them.

    My brothers and I loved when my father would make us dry-packaged ramen noodles despite the fact that his level of culinary skill is such that he owns a mini blowtorch specifically for finishing off steaks. What can I say? We’re animals.

    This dish is not only incredibly easy to make, but it also uses leftover scraps that would otherwise end up in the compost. Although it won’t win any Michelin stars or impress any food critics any time soon, it makes the ideal comfort food to eat while in lockdown.

    Well, I do, and since I’ve already admitted that I might or might not drink gravy when I’m home alone, I thought I’d share my favorite recipe for ramen stir fry.

    Do you have a guilty pleasure that you can only indulge in with your doors double-bolted, when it is dark outside, and while wearing your coziest pajamas during the lockdown?

    How to reheat ramen

    When ramen is freshly made, the texture and flavor are more intense. And it can be difficult to reheat it and maintain the same level of satisfaction with the food as you did the first time. The most difficult task is to avoid making your reheated ramen soggy. Fortunately, there are techniques for reheating ramen that should preserve its flavor. Now that you understand how critical it is to store your ramen properly, Now is the time to properly reheat your preferred comfort food!

    What To Do With Leftover Ramen Noodles?


    What else can I use ramen noodles for?

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    How do you revive leftover Ramen noodles?

    The best way to reheat ramen is on the stove. The broth should be heated in a pan on medium heat until it just begins to boil. Place the noodles, meat, and vegetables in a bowl while it’s heating. Pour the hot broth over the noodles and let it sit for a couple of minutes before eating.

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