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College Survival Guide Part I: 50 Amazing Ramen Noodle Recipes

College Survival Guide Part I: 50 Amazing Ramen Noodle Recipes
Going to college requires a lot of your time, which doesn't allow you to cook your common four-course meal. Using the age-old college fallback, ramen noodles, you can cook yourself a tasty treat in a short amount of time without breaking the bank. Preparing Ramen Noodles for a Recipe Boil the noodles according to the directions on the package and drain. 50 Amazing Ramen Noodle Recipes Boiled Ramen Noodle Salads Fried Ramen Noodle Salads Uncooked Ramen Noodle Salads Ramen Noodle Soups Beef Ramen Dishes Chicken Ramen Dishes Ham Ramen Dishes Super Quick Ramen Dishes Ramen For Breakfast Ramen Desserts Ramen Snacks Boiled Ramen Noodle Salads To make a basic ramen cabbage salad, shred a cup of Napa cabbage and a cup each of red cabbage and carrot. Top Fried Ramen Noodle Salads Make bok choy ramen with a package of fried ramen noodles, a head of thinly sliced bok choy, a few green onions sliced and a half cup of sliced almonds. Uncooked Ramen Noodle Salads Ramen Noodle Soups Beef Ramen Dishes Related:  Misc Recipe Sources

What Do 300 Calorie Meals Look Like? Breakfast Meals English Muffin Breakfast – 394 Calories 1 whole wheat English muffin 2 pats low fat butter 1 hard boiled egg 1/2 cup of fruit 8 oz fruit juice 8 oz water Cereal – 300 Calories 1 cup of cereal 8 oz 2% milk 1 banana 1 coffee or tea Oatmeal – 345 Calories 1 cup (cooked) oatmeal with raisins ½ cup of fruit 1 cup coffee or tea 1 small banana Scrambled eggs – 360 Calories 2 scrambled eggs 2 strips of turkey bacon 1 piece whole wheat toast 1 pat of low fat butter 1 coffee or tea 8 oz water Lunches Baked potato – 305 Calories 1 medium baked potato 2 tablespoons sour cream 2 tablespoons salsa 1 cup sliced melon 12 oz water Roasted Veg. 3 cups mixed greens 1 cup sweet potato 1 cup eggplant 1 cup red bell pepper 3 Tbs lite honey mustard Soup – 350 Calories 1 bowl of soup 1 small tossed salad 2 tablespoons reduced fat oil and vinegar dressing 12 oz water 4 saltine crackers Chicken Salad – 350 Calories Dinners Chicken – 345 Calories Grilled Eggplant – 323 Calories Fish – 365 Calories I can’t. Ouch!

Spaghetti Casserole 463K+What kind of recipe makes your all-star list? If you are like me, it must be easy, made from ingredients you are likely to have in your pantry and something most people (including kids and picky eaters) will like. Bonus points for something that can be made ahead of time and doesn’t require much last minute preparation. Scooter’s Spaghetti fulfills all these requirements. But who is Scooter you ask? She is one of my favorite people from way back who is an awesome cook and gave me this recipe. While I’m pontificating, I might as well give you my take on sharing recipes. Case in point, I recently ran into somebody I had not seen in 30 years. Note to Scooter: “I think of you every time I make this, which is really often since we all love it so much.” Scooter’s Spaghetti Cook spaghetti according to directions on the package. Make this ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze without the French Fried onions.

Baked Perfection Roasted Broccoli You know you’ve done something right with broccoli when the person you made it for describes it to someone else the next day as “better than biting into a steak.” Those were Craig’s words and they were a marked change from the first words he uttered about the broccoli, before he bit in: “You made broccoli for dinner? Broccoli and sweet potatoes?” Then he did bite in and his eyes lit up. “Oh my God,” he said. “This is the best broccoli I’ve ever had in my life.” So what did I do to the broccoli to make it taste so good? I can’t take any credit. I’m going to have a hard time this week not posting all of the recipes from her new book, Back To Basics. Specifically, she loves roasting vegetables at a high temperature until they caramelize. Normally, broccoli gets squishy when you cook it. Seriously, this recipe is so easy I can recite it without looking at the book. You preheat the oven to 425. Now, it’s easy. I shook the pan around a bit as it went, but not sure that’s necessary. Related Posts:

smitten kitchen Pita Bread Pita bread is a great bread for beginning bakers or for making with kids. The entire process of making them only takes about two hours too, so it is also a great one for people on a tight schedule. Flat breads can be made in dozens of different ways. Anyone who grew up in a household where flat breads are an essential part of every meal knows will attest that they are a hundred times better when baked fresh than when bought from the store wrapped in plastic and already two or three days old. I wasn't brought up in such a house, actually, but a year or two ago I started going to a local Lebanese restaurant solely for the fresh pita bread that they baked. There are only 6 ingredients in this recipe for pita bread, and you even have quite a bit of flexibility in choosing which of those to include. If you are using active dry yeast, follow the instructions on the packet to active it (see the note on yeast above). While the dough is resting, preheat the oven to 400 degrees. That's it. Yum!

The Fantastic Four – 4 Essential Wild Edible Plants that May Just Save Your Life | Tactical Intelligence Did you realize that knowing just 4 wild edible plants could one day save your life? If there were any four categories of plants that I would recommend all people to know how to use and identify it would be these: Grass, Oak, Pine, and Cattail. For the knowledgeable survivor, knowing just these four plants can make the difference between life and death if stranded in the wilds – for each one is an excellent food source which can sustain you until help arrives. Throughout this week and part of the next, I’ll be going into details on how you can prepare and eat these plants. Grass Surprising to many is the fact that you can eat grass. The young shoots up to 6 inches tall can be eaten raw and the starchy base (usually white and at the bottom when you pluck it) can be eaten as a trail nibble. The best part of the grass plant to eat are the seed heads, which can be gathered to make millet for breads or filler for soups & stews. Oak Pine “You can eat pine?!” Cattail Conclusion

Espresso Zone - Espresso Recipes Delicious espresso recipes, latte recipes and cappuccino recipes for the espresso coffee lover! Enjoy classic espresso recipes or experiment with modern hot and cold variations. Hot Espresso Recipes Cold Espresso Recipes Hot Espresso Recipes Espresso A concentrated drink produced by forcing hot water through finely ground coffee with an espresso machine for a brewed quantity of approximately 1 oz. Espresso Macchiato A single shot of espresso topped with 1-2 tablespoons of foamed milk right in the espresso cup. Espresso Dopio (Double Espresso) Double the quantity of espresso to about 3 ounces for double the pleasure. Espresso con Panna A single or double espresso shot topped with whipped cream. Espresso Romano A single shot of espresso topped with fresh lemon peel. Spicy Viennese Espresso Mix a double-shot of espresso, 1/2 t cinnamon, 4 ground cloves and 1/2 t allspice. Black Eye A cup of American style drip coffee with a double-shot of espresso added. Cold Espresso Recipes

Fatfree Vegan Recipes CrockPot Korean Ribs Recipe Day 101. Happy Slow Cooker Thursday! I completely forgot all about SCT last Thursday. Make up for it today by visiting Sandra twice! These are quite possibly the very best ribs I have ever had. Yes. I have a hive on my EYEBALL. lovely. But! those girl scout cookies I hid never had a chance... The Ingredients. --package of beef short ribs (or pork!) --1 cup soy sauce (La Choy and Tamari Wheat-Free are gluten free) --1 cup brown sugar --5 whole jalapeno peppers (Stefania used 10. --1/2 cup water The Directions. I plopped frozen solid beef ribs into the crockpot. I then put the soy sauce, water and brown sugar on top, and threw in the WHOLE (don't cut them!) Since my ribs were frozen, I cooked them on high for an hour, then used a wooden spoon to smash them down further into the crock. If you are out of the house all day, cook on low. We served this with brown rice and green beans. The Verdict. The kids ate this! I was brave and tried a jalapeno.

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