Joan kelley Recipe

Fried Ramen Noodle Patties

By Joan kelley kelley1969


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
3 to 4 made regular
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Pan Fry

Joan's Story

I have taken this recipe to potlucks -made it vegetarian when needed, used chicken, seafood-
changed dipping sauces- but one thing stays the same- they get eaten first off the table and I have learned to bring printed copies of the recipe so I don't spend the night writing !

Ingredients

3 pkg
ramen noodles
4
green onions,chopped
2 pkg
ramen noodle seasoning from packages
2
large eggs, beaten
1/2 can(s)
sliced water chestnuts, diced fine
1 3/4 Tbsp
soy sauce, light
1/2 c
shredded meat,or seafood (mock crab,salad shrimp)-
1 dash(es)
hoisin sauce (depends on taste)
vegetable oil to make a thin layer to fry
2-3 dash(es)
sesame oil to add to frying oil
1 bottle
sweet and sour sauce for dipping or whatever sauce you prefer

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Cook ramen noodles (without seasoning) according to normal instruction,drain, dump into a large bowl.
Add to noodles the beaten eggs,chopped green onions,chopped water chestnuts, 2 packages of seasoning from the noodles,soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and any meats or fish as desired (must be in small pieces)
2
Heat oil in frying pan, add afew drops of the sesame oil to the regular oil- then drop noodles by forkful into pan-(I use tongs and grab about 2 tablespoons of noodle mixture to form each patty). Fry until brown (about 4 minutes on med high) then turn over and brown other side-
Remove from pan and place on paper towel lined dish until drained.
Serve on a platter-warm (they like them cold also) with dipping sauces such as hoisin,sweet and sour, ranch dressing- (you pick it and they can dip it-whatever you have available but an oriental taste seems to fit best.)

Hint: To make for a larger crowd just double everything and add to 3 /6/9 additional ramen noodle packages- add pkgs by 3 and just double the ingredients.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Pasta
Regional Style: Hawaiian/Polynesian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


  • Comments

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    Mary Ann Hanson DeaconGrandma - Mar 18, 2014
    Made these tonight. They were yummy. Had to change things a bit per what I had on hand. I used finely diced ham and regular onion with some dried chives. Had some bean sprouts I needed to use so did not use water chestnuts. They taste a lot like potstickers. This could be addictive! Very good. I will definitely make this again. Good lunch for tomorrow! Thanks for posting!
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    Joan kelley kelley1969 - Mar 19, 2014
    So glad you liked them. They are a favorite at my house-great use of leftovers of any kind -and for a potluck spread they really add a surprise- so thanks for trying them and glad your family liked them.