- 6 ramen (packs of, seasoning removed)
- 1 cup snow peas
- 1/2 carrots (julienne)
- 2 red bell pepper (; sliced into strips)
- 1 cup shiitake
- 1 spring onions (bundle of, ; chopped)
- 2 cloves garlic (; grated)
- 1 cup mung bean sprouts
- 1 teaspoon ginger (grated)
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 3 tablespoons hoisin sauce
- 1/3 cup soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon garlic chili sauce
|Calories440Calories from Fat130|
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|Calories from Fat130|
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Julie 3 months ago
Fantastic, a little sweet but will just adjust sugar down next time. Added broccoli
Sara Wuster 3 months ago
too sweet, i would not make it again
Elsa Allen Kohlbus 3 months ago
Great! Will make again.
Tammie 9 months ago
One of our favourites!! Delicious.
Andrea Leonardi 9 months ago
Simply lovely, I prepared hand made hoisin sauce and.... delicious
Cheryl a year ago
It was too sweet. I’ll use less sugar next time
whyamikeenan a year ago
Very tasty and super easy, especially if you have a julienne. Substituted bok choy for the bean sprouts.
Donna H. a year ago
It was a success and a hit with everyone!
Wintch a year ago
Excellent.. couldn’t get bean sprouts or mushrooms or snow peas here in Costa Rica but was still delicious per hubby.. added cooked chicken at the tossing stage.
Ralph a year ago
Turned out great. It’s going into my rotation
bagel a year ago
i added the same amount of sauce, with only a little bit more chili garlic (a little over a teaspoon). i used green peppers instead of red, and sugar snap peas instead of the snow peas. i cooked fettuccine instead of ramen (i’ll be using a different one next time as it didn’t mix the way i was hoping). i used the whole bag of mung bean sprouts and sugar snap peas while making this, and a whole container of mushrooms and water chestnuts too. it turned out really well and i’ll be making it again. edit:: heating it up the next day and the noodles and vegetables are mixing perfectly, i’ll be trying different noodles next time but i don’t recommend against using fettuccine.
Bell Snater a year ago
Delicious!!! Everyone loved this meal and it's even better the next day
Victoria a year ago
All I have to say is wow and instead of using ramen, I used yakisoba noodles and it turned out bomb. Boyfriends stamp of approval as well. This will be a recipe I will use for a VERY long time.
Sommer a year ago
This is a great recipe filled with lots of yummy veggies. We made a slight modification and used rice noodles instead of the ramen noodles. It still turned out great. I was a little more generous with the veggies then what is called for in the recipe. The sauce has a great flavor! My kids loved it!
Green a year ago
The sauce was sweet and thick, the noodles were a bit excessive compared to the veggies and sauce. This dish is excellent to use as a base for a variation of dishes, substituting only noodles for other things similar and the veggies for other things similar. Keep the sauce. I only made 1 serving and it’s going to last me 3 to 4 days.
Devina M. 2 years ago
So flavorful. Loved the recipe. Could add all sorts of vegetables. I added cabbage and green beans instead of peas. But you could easily add any meats or veggies you wanted. Some of us added more sriracha on top of our plates for extra heat.
Trevor F. 2 years ago
this recipe is awesome! i would say its just about a once a week staple in my house. the best part is that you can truly use any kind of veggie combo that you can think of. just don't tweak the sauce! it is amazing and you absolutely cant make it any better