Posted by Megan On May 2nd, 2012
I love this ravioli! Its cheese and spinach and comes with a packet of delicious seasoning. I got it from Costco and its so easy to make. I added some tomatoes that I had left over just for some more flavor.
Posted by Megan On April 26th, 2012
I’ve been so busy with my end of year school work that I haven’t had a chance too cook in a long time! Well, yesterday was my last day of classes so I decided to celebrate by making some delicious pasta :). I bought my favorite pre-made pasta sauce (this one is Bertolli Tomato Basil), some ground Italian sausage, onion, zucchini and went to work! You will also need some Italian seasonings for this and cheese if you desire heh.
First, dice the (half) onion and zucchini. I like to also run a knife through my ground sausage to break it up a little. That way when I put it in the pan I don’t get huge pieces of sausage.
Next, heat a large pan and add just a little bit of olive oil. The sausage will have enough fat so that it wont stick, but I still like to have just a little oil in the pan when I start. Add the sausage and when its about half way done add the onions and zucchini.
When everything is finished cooking, pour the sauce into the pan and let it simmer for about 3 minutes. Season (with Italian seasonings) to taste. I used oregano and basil.
Cook your pasta. When it is done add about 1/4c of the pasta water and let simmer for 10-15 min, or until desired thickness. Enjoy!
Posted by Megan On March 10th, 2012
Plain and simple:
Go buy An Sung Tang Myun ramen at the store, go to sushi section and get ginger and seaweed, cook ramen and add ginger, top with seaweed and you have a delicious meal! Opt: add an egg when ramen is nearly done cooking
Posted by Megan On October 17th, 2011
1 pk of ramen
Some tofu, cut into 1in cubes
Cabbage (i had left over from the fish tacos!)
Boil water and add ramen seasoning packet. Cook tofu in soup base for about 3-5 min. Remove tofu. Cook noodles til almost done, add egg whites, stir. Add cabbage (opt). Add remainding items. Serve in bowl with egg yolk on top
Posted by Megan On June 27th, 2011
Grew up on this stuff! Me and my brother were always trying to find new things to add to it, I’m pretty sure thats why this site got started- credit to J for that idea! Thanks brother
Anyways, this time I kept it simple. Follow the directions on the back of the box. When the pasta is almost ready, add basil, 2-3T parmesan cheese and a little hot sauce or diced peppers. Let cool and then serve!
Posted by Megan On May 29th, 2011
Today I was craving ramen, but its too hot for soup so I made sweet and sour ramen noodles!
1 pack of ramen, 1 egg, brown vinegar, sugar, and chili oil (optional) … I added some left over onions and carrots and stir fried them in sesame oil before I made the sauce.
Boil water to prepare ramen as usual. If adding onions or othet veggies… In a pan, heat oil and add veggies, stirring until brown. Next add about 2 tsp of sugar and 2 T of vinegar. Mix well. When noodles are cooked, transfer them to the pan with onions and sauce. Add a few spoon fulls of the soup to the noodles. Then use the remaining soup to poach the egg! This will add a lot of flavor to the egg when the egg is done, place on top of the noodles and enjoy!
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