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I have a new way of fixing these that to me tastes much more flavorful!.

1. I do the usual, rinse and nuke for 2-4 minutes, pat them dry with towels.

2. Then I pan-fry them in olive oil or butter Pam with garlic powder and salt. Use medium-high heat and let them pop and crackle for a couple minutes until they turn slightly brown.

They get a bit of toasty flavor, while the garlic flavor soaks right in to the noodle. Then use whatever sauce or recipe you usually use...

Comments (8)

Great tip! I am going to try to find some today in a local grocery store, so I'll have to try this tonight...

Comment #1

Ohh.... Thanks for the tip! I bought some last night at the grocery store and wasn't sure what to do with them. I think tonight I'm going to make them like you suggested and add some grilled shrimp!.

THANKS!..

Comment #2

It does change the texture a little. But they're still somewhat "springy" let's say... I've never tried frying them long enough to make them crunchy, that could take awhile. Some brave chef out there wanna give it a shot?..

Comment #3

Yum. I'm planning on making pad thai for dinner tonight anyways so I think I will try cooking the noodles this way before I throw them into the pad thai...

Comment #4

Yum! I have a favorite recipe that uses ramen noodles, cabbage & chicken or shrimp, but can't make it under the Medifast guidelines. I'm going to try it with your cooking method so I can replace the ramen with the shirataki. I'll let you know how it turns out...

Comment #5

Hi Cowgirl,.

Just curious. What is your recipe. I love Ramen noodles!.

Thanks and have a blessed evening in the Lord..

Comment #6

I have fried them till crispy. Takes a while. But worth the wait especially for using with chili over them. I sprayed the pan with Pam and used olive oil...

Comment #7

What noodle brand do you use? I "fried" mine for what seemed like forever and never got a crispy texture. I love the noodles but would love to have that crispy texture every now and then...

Comment #8


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