5 Ways to Eat Ramen for Dinner


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Ramen Stir Fry
Ramen is a natural for stir fry.
Ramen is a natural for stir fry.
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We've examined ramen recipes cooked with international flair, but let's get back to its original roots and prepare it Asian-style. Stir fry is an Asian method of cooking, started when fuel shortages in China forced the people to cook using very little oil. A focus on health-conscious cooking made stir fry a popular technique in the United States in the 1970s, and it's been a hit ever since.

Almost any stir fry recipe is fairly easy, and ramen stir fry is no exception. Start with heating your oil, and then add in browned ground beef, beef-flavored ramen seasoning and veggies like broccoli, peppers, and onions. You can add soy sauce for extra taste and to help mix and spread the seasoning. Cook your ramen noodles, toss them in and you've got your stir fry -- an easy, delicious and oh-so-inexpensive dinner.

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