Ramen Joy is a cook book in which the primary ingredient in the recipes is ramen noodles. This cook book was created by Cathy Mitchell and it makes cooking quick, easy and not to mention cheap. While using this cook book you can create over one hundred full meals, side dishes and desserts. The book has easy to follow instructions paired with delicious looking colorful pictures of what the final results will look like for every recipe. Even better is that many of the meals can be made for under three dollars - talk about making delicious food on a budget.
Ramen Joy makes cooking easy. This cook book lets you cook nearly anything just by using ramen noodles. You can make pasta dishes, desserts, pizza crust, pad thai and so much more. The cook book provides you with over 100 recipes whose primary ingredient is ramen noodles. It makes cooking fast, easy and delicious. Crush ramen up and add it on top of your salad for a little extra crunch and use the seasoning mix to make a delicious salad dressing. Use the crushed up noodles to make ramen shrimp or add it to beef and top it with cheese. When you are using ramen noodles the cooking possibilities really are endless.
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Ramen Joy is a cookbook that will enable you to make delicious meals for yourself or your entire family using inexpensive Ramen noodles. All you’ll need to do is replace some more expensive ingredients that you’d normally use with Ramen, and your dishes will still taste great. With some recipes, you’ll need to cook the Ramen, and with others, you can leave it uncooked and crunchy.
- Ramen Tacos
- Ramen Sliders
When covered in your favorite ingredients, Ramen won’t taste much different than more expensive noodles do. For a mouth-watering barbecue beef pasta, just combine cooked Ramen, ketchup, beef, and a can of cola. Cooked ramen also tastes great with a variety of other pasta sauces, such as tomato sauce, alfredo, and cheese sauce.
You can even make pizza with Ramen noodles. Just mix cooked Ramen and eggs together as per the recipe book’s instructions, and you’ll get a crust. Following that, top your crust with spicy pepperoni, extra cheese, sizzling bacon or whatever you normally enjoy on your pizza. It won’t even seem like you’re eating Ramen!
Ramen can also be used as breading for meat and fish items, like small shrimps, as an alternative to more expensive types of breading.
Taco fillings can be expensive, but if you want to enjoy tacos cheaply, just fill them up with Ramen noodles, along with a bit of meat and veggies. The seasoning that comes within each Ramen package will add an extra kick of flavor.
If you enjoy slider sandwiches, but want to save money on buns, you can use Ramen noodles to make your own buns. Top them with meat, cheese, eggs, veggies and whatever else you like. These are great to serve at dinner parties with family and friends.
For those of you who are bored with standard croutons, just toss some broken-up Ramen in your salad, along with your veggies, for a satisfying crunch. You won’t even need to cook the Ramen for this.
Great desserts can also be created with Ramen noodles. For instance, you can combine Ramen with chocolate to make squares, or use it as a crust for your pie.
Ramen makes a great addition to most soups. If you want to enjoy a healthy casserole, mix and serve some cooked Ramen, a can of heated soup, and some cooked vegetables.
- Hardcover Book
- Full Color Photos
- More Than 80 Recipes
- Reduces Oven Use
The Ramen Joy recipe book comes in hardcover format, so it’s less likely to get damaged than a paperback, which could easily get soggy if splashed while you cook.
The recipes within this cookbook are listed alongside full-color photos, so you’ll be able to see what your dishes will look like, if made correctly, before you start.
Ramen Joy contains more than 80 recipes, so you won’t get bored by making the same ones all the time.
You can cook Ramen noodles in a microwave, so for many of the dishes that don’t require the use of meat, you won’t even have to turn your oven on.
Each package of Ramen only costs about three dollars, which is much less than many other types of noodles cost per package. If you make Ramen a main staple within your family’s diet, you’ll be saving tons of money on ingredients over time.
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