Servings: 4 as an appetizer or 2 as a main course
A few fresh ingredients—ginger, scallion, spinach, bacon, and a cracked egg—transform those little packages of noodles into something truly satisfying.
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I really liked this. While I made several changes I'm sure it would be good as originally written. I made changes using what I had in the house rather than going to the store. Cooked pork shoulder for the bacon, no eggs, sweet onion instead of scallions, powdered ginger and romaine for the spinach. I'm already thinking of other ways with other things. Can't go wrong with a recipe like this!
This was excellent. Just made it for supper. Yum.
High blood pressure has made me give up my comfort food ramen soup. This was a fantastic replacement. I used home made broth (no sodium) and low sodium soy sauce. The results were delicious. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://bit.ly/1cpj1Rg
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