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    • Jello Ramen Noodles

      This interesting Dessert recipe is best eaten right away!

      You'll Need:
      • 1 package of ramen noodles (crushed) (save the seasoning for another recipe)
      • 1 package of jell-o
      • 1 T. of veggie oil (canola)
      • 1 cup of cold water
      • 1 cup of hot water
      Heat oil in a small frying pan, once hot, add crushed raw ramen noodles. Saute until lightly browned, remove from heat.

      In a separate bowl combine jello and hot water, stir until dissolved. Add 1 cup of cold water. Mix until well blended, add ramen noodles. Place in fridge to set.

      This would make a Lovely Halloween "Brain" recipe if you used Lime Jello! Just pour into a prepared "brain" mould and let it set.
      Comments 2 Comments
      1. johnnyace1300's Avatar
        so what part about using lime green jello makes this oily crap dessert a brain? hmmmph? yeah...i thought so. maybe you should tell people to drain the ramen, you do not deserve to be called a cook, no, actually, i take it back, you do not even deserve to touch food
      1. Jane's Avatar
        Wow "Johnny", you took the time to create an ID to login to berate someone when you couldn't be bothered to even Read the recipe first?

        First of all, how is 1 Tablespoon of oil in a recipe, "oily"

        Secondly, How do you "Drain" ramen noodles that haven't been cooked? At least take the time to READ the directions of how to prepare a dish before you spout off with your drivel.

        Third, If you were at all creative you could pour the ramen/jello mixture into a brain mold (seems you could use a brain!) and let it set in the fridge. The ramen noodles give it a great texture that makes it look like brain. We do this every year at our halloween party and it's a BIG hit.

        4th, - if you are such a great cook, lets see YOU post some recipes & Budget tips. If you don't have anything nice to say, beat it, The world is full of pompous asses like yourself.

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