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Fanciest Ramen

I have always liked Ramen noodles for every reason except that they have basically NO nutrition. My husband looked concerned when he saw the following ingredients sitting on the counter before I started making dinner.

2 packages of chicken flavored ramen noodles
1 head of cabbage
1 large chicken breast

My random concoction turned out great, and that's why it is our newest addition to my food blog.
How to make the "Fanciest Ramen Noodles"

Dice one large raw chicken breast into bite-size pieces and cook fully in a pan on the stove with olive oil and seasonings of your choice (garlic salt, Mrs. Dash, seasoned salt, etc.)
Cook the ramen noodles in a medium-sized pot without seasoning packets. Drain the noodles once they are cooked and then add thinly sliced cabbage to the pot and place over lowest heat setting. Add 1-2 packets (depending on your salt preference) of ramen noodle seasonings and stir in about 1 tablespoon olive oil. Stir well so oil and seasonings are evenly distributed around noodles and cabbage. Add chicken pieces after they are cooked and let sit over lowest heat until cabbage is steamed.
Serve hot and enjoy your fancy (and cheap) dinner. :)


  1. Anonymous4/26/2011

    made this last night for dinner and my husband and I loved it! I added in a frozen stir fry mix to the noodles and chicken. Very yummy!!


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