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    • Oodles of Noodles in Less Than 15 minutes

      Tonight, I am serving up a nice healthy, flavorful dish in this little guy! I love my winter serving pieces. This meal took me less than 15 minutes! So easy!! Timer was set at 15 and when I was done it had 3:56 minutes left on the clock. It is great!

      I hate spending hours in the kitchen when I get home and this meal falls into my quick idea plan! Get all your veggies on the plate and all your ingredients out. Makes things easier.

      This meal took me less than 15 minutes! So easy!! Timer was set at 15 and when I was done it had 3:56 minutes left on the clock. It is great!

      This honestly could not be easier. Everyone has eaten ramen noodles and everyone knows that the packet of seasoning is TERRIBLE for you so throw that out, right away.

      You'll Need:

      • Two Packets of Ramen Noodles (sans the seasoning)
      • 6 Large Mushrooms sliced
      • 2 cups of carrots (mine were fresh that I chopped and cut up myself)
      • 2 cups of edamame
      • 2 green onions chopped
      • 1 cup of beef broth low sodium
      • 1 chicken breasts sliced thin


      Boil water per instructions on your ramen packet.

      Dirt Cheap Ramen RecipesIn a skillet pan spray with PAM, then sautť your mushrooms, carrots, edamame and green onions till cooked, covered. You want them to still have a bite to them and not mushy (btw I hate that word but best to describe it).

      Once done take out veggies and cook chicken, covered. This chicken is so thinly sliced that it will cook very quickly 3-4 minutes, pour in 1/2 cup beef broth and just heat. Donít overcook!

      While the chicken cooks put your noodles in the water these take 3 minutes. Add in your veggies to the chicken to get some of the juice through them.

      You might wonder why I am using beef broth and chicken. Itís because once the flavors combined they are actually very good and gives it a different flavor.

      Drain noodles and toss everything together. Seriously, so easy. Noodles are the best! Great combination!!



      Photos of Completed Recipe provided by BirdsNest101


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