Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

My husband was looking around and he came across a really cheap, really simple meal that was basically fried ramen noodles with cut up hot dogs in it...anyone know how to fry the noodles? Thanks!!

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    Default Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

    My husband was looking around and he came across a really cheap, really simple meal that was basically fried ramen noodles with cut up hot dogs in it...anyone know how to fry the noodles?

    Thanks!!

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    Default Re: Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

    cook them up, drain them then fry them up with the hot dogs. Cheap and filling but sure sounds mighty unhealthy! I don't do Ramen Noodles any more. Packed full of cholesterol! But if you are young and healthy, go for it!

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    Default Re: Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

    I agree, it sure does sound very unhealthy. LOL... Not only is it loaded with cholesterol, but the salt content has to be astronomical as well.

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    Default Re: Fried Ramen Noodles with hotdogs????

    Here's how I prepare this

    1. boil noodles
    2. Drain.
    3. Grease up a frying pan
    4. add noodles and hotdog

    5. add the seasoning packet one minute into cooking (I usually only add half or replace with a hint of soy or miso paste*)
    6. Remove from heat.

 

 

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