This recipe reprinted with kind permission from "The "Official Ramen Home" A noodle phenomenon...|
Beef Flavored Ramen
2 Tablespoons Sour Cream
Thick Flour water for thickening
3 oz of beef (just about anykind will work, even lean hamburger)
1 1/2 Tablespoons Margarine
2/3 cup of water
Mushrooms (optional) I don't care for them but my wife loves 'em.
In a small saucepan cook the meat with one half tablespoon of margarine until no longer pink. (you can add fresh mushrooms when the meat is almost cooked or cook in a separate pan, add canned mushrooms when the broth is boiling). Add the half cup of water to the pan and the beef seasoning packet. Let this cook for a couple of minutes. In the meantime cook the noodles (broken up) and drain well. Have some flour water ready (a quarter cup of water and a couple of tablespoons of flour) pour some of this into the boiling beef/water/seasoning, it will thicken almost immediately. Then add the sour cream and it should get smooth. If it is still too thick add a little more sour cream, if too runny add more flour water. Put the drained noodles back in the pan they were boiled in add the remaining two tablespoons of margarine. Put on a plate and put the mock stroganoff over the noodles.
submitted by: John A. Jones, Jr.
|Grocery, Dairy|| margarine|
| || sour cream|
|Grocery, Dry Staples|| flour|
| || ramen noodles|
|Grocery, Meat|| ground beef|
|Grocery, Vegies|| mushrooms|