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Ramen to the Rescue Cookbook: 120 Creative Recipes for Easy Meals Using Everyone's Favorite Pack of Noodlesby Jessica Harlan
Synopses & Reviews
YOU ENJOY IT AS A SOUP.
YOULL LOVE IT AS A MEAL!
•Stir-fry ramen with peppers and shrimp for a delicious noodle bowl
•Bake layers of uncooked ramen and spinach smothered in pasta sauce for a hearty lasagne
•Steam noodles and salmon in parchment packets for a dish that will impress any guest
Its that quick and easy! With just a few simple tricks, Ramen to the Rescue transforms the classic, cant-fail pack of noodles into over 100 amazing, palate-pleasing dishes, like:
•Bacon, Egg and Ramen Scramble
•Black Bean and Green Chile
•Cold Noodle Salad with Grilled Beef
•Salmon Croquettes with Creamy Chili Sauce
Delicious Recipes that Take the Classic Pack of Instant Noodles and Spices Beyond the Soup Bowl to Create Gourmet Salads, Appetizers, Entrees and More
Stereotyped as a stomach filling staple for starving students, ramen is actually wildly popular with millions of Americans for its savory flavor. If you are one of these proud noodle slurpers, Ramen to the Rescue Cookbook is for you. Offering 120 quick dishes that couldn't be easier to make thanks to ramen's quick cook feature and premeasured spice packets. The ultimate collection of comfort-food-noodle recipes, Ramen to the Rescue Cookbook includes a wide array of mouth-watering treats from Pesto Ramen with Chicken and Hamburger-Noodle Bake to more exotic Asian-inspired dishes like Spicy Basil Ramen Stir-Fry and Soy Sauce Ramen Cabbage Salad. Packed with step-by-step instructions, time-saving tips, and fun illustrations, this book will amaze you as it demonstrates in a beguiling number of ways how to start with a 10-cent pack of noodles and end with a meal packing a million dollars in scrumptiousness.
About the Author
Jessica Harlan is a professional chef and recipe developer who has written for numerous cooking magazines and websites.
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