Instant ramen, that old dorm-room standby, gets a massive upgrade when you ditch the artificial flavor packet in favor of fragrant aromatics and fresh spinach.
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Made this for my family of 4, and although it's an interesting *easy* meal, I found that by the time it took to poach 4 eggs, the noodles got really soft and mushy and were unappetizing. Perhaps put in the eggs as soon as the noodles go in, but I doubt I'll make it again. And definitely use sesame and sriracha, as it lacks depth and flavor.
Great breakfast, but I can't leave anything alone, I added mushrooms diced celery & yellow peppers to the onions then turkey breast pieces along with turkey stock I had thawed for another recipe this afternoon (turkey a la king). Also used Asian thin clear rice noodles just because. Turned out fascinating!
Thanks for the great start.
Wow-great soup for dinner in 12 minutes. Maybe add an extra 1/2 cup of spinach. As mentioned in an earlier review do not forget the Sriracha and Asia. Sesame oil.
Delicious. I doubled everything to feed my family of 4. My kids devoured it and asked if I could make it again for their friends the next night. Don't leave out the sesame oil or siracha- totally makes it complete. Yum- it will definitely be part of our regular rotation.
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