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    • Ramen alfredo

      8 oz heavy cream
      1 tbsp butter


      2 packs ramen
      salt and pepper to taste
      1/4 cup parmesan cheese
      1 tsp of garlic powder
      1 tsp onion powder


      Start by boiling the ramen as bag says.
      When done strain pasta
      use the same pot over a med heat and put the cream and start reducing it. Add all seasonings and continue to reduce. Let it reduce for 5 mins. Add cooked ramen and cheese and let cook for 1 min. Let cool, plate and enjoy .


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      Jacques Theriot

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      1. lcnewman's Avatar
        lcnewman -
        Just made this for dinner... FANTASTIC. Added 1/2 pound of poached chicken.
      1. Daffleswaffles's Avatar
        Daffleswaffles -
        This is spectacular! I changed it a bit by not adding salt, and used the seasoning packets (chicken flavor) that came with the noodles (in addition to the onion and garlic powders). I used fresh cracked pepper to taste. Wonderful!
      1. URanIDIOT's Avatar
        URanIDIOT -
        Quote Originally Posted by Daffleswaffles View Post
        This is spectacular! I changed it a bit by not adding salt, and used the seasoning packets (chicken flavor) that came with the noodles (in addition to the onion and garlic powders). I used fresh cracked pepper to taste. Wonderful!
        you really think the seasoning packets are not salt lmfao
      1. notUrAvgBear's Avatar
        notUrAvgBear -
        Quote Originally Posted by URanIDIOT View Post
        you really think the seasoning packets are not salt lmfao
        Did you seriously JUST sign up so you could Belittle Someone else? Here's a little Life advice for you, never look down on somebody unless you're helping them UP.
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        notUrAvgBear -
        Quote Originally Posted by URanIDIOT View Post
        you really think the seasoning packets are not salt lmfao
        Did you seriously JUST create a username and login so you could belittle someone else?? Here's a little Life Advice for you, Never Look Down on Somebody, unless you're helping them UP.

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