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"Off-label" Uses for Ramen Noodles

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HA HA!  Tell me you own this!!!  Is that a dessert in the top middle?????  Looks similar to the one that has crushed pretzels on the bottom with strawberries and jello?  Awesome if it is lol.

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HA HA!  Tell me you own this!!!  Is that a dessert in the top middle?????  Looks similar to the one that has crushed pretzels on the bottom with strawberries and jello?  Awesome if it is lol.

 

Yes, I just got it at the supermarket at check out. There are 9 desserts.

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An American woman  I know here made med  chocolate and peanut butter noodle squares... it wasnt  good but it wasnt bad either it was just weird.

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I saw David Chang on TV eating a brick of dried ramen noodles like a candy bar.

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I saw David Chang on TV eating a brick of dried ramen noodles like a candy bar.

That's really popular with kids where I live. They open the package, dump the flavor packet in, give it a shake and it's snack time. They even sell it targeted as a snack food with the flavor powder already loose in the package so they can just give it a couple whacks on a hard surface (if they want it in pieces), shake it up a bit, open the package and start munching.

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In my college days, I'd sometimes eat them straight from the brick. No need for the seasoning packet. It was quicker and easier than cooking them, especially when it had been a long day, or if I was on the go between classes.

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I snack on the crumbs from the bottom of the packet while waiting for the rest of the noodles to cook.

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I don't think we have mentioned that ever popular vintage slaw known as "Sumi salad" that incorporated broken up ramen noodles and cabbage with a "Asian" dressing. Example http://www.food.com/recipe/sumi-salad-23695  I have even seen it in the serve yourself take-out selection at Whole Foods.

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I'm curious how long those tacos/sandwich buns stay good and crisp before staling. I would love to make these and have ramen sandwiches throughout the week.


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I'm curious how long those tacos/sandwich buns stay good and crisp before staling. I would love to make these and have ramen sandwiches throughout the week.

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