Chinese on a budget

Chinese On A  Budget Recipe

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Heather Merrick


This is a replica or sweet teriyaki beef.. only on a budget.I love it HAHA


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can of cola ( i use pepsi)
ramen noodles ( beef flavor)
spicy beef stick ( i use slim jims)

How to Make Chinese on a budget


  • 1Place the 2 packs of Ramen Noodles into a a medium sized bowl without water, empty the contents of the season packs into the bowl as well.
  • 2Open up the beef sticks ( I use slim jims because slim jims are spicy, which adds to the flavor) Cut them up into small slices. Drop the slices into the bowl with the ramen noodles.
  • 3Pour the cola or your choice into the bowl on top of the noodles and beef sticks ( I use pepsi because its sweeter than Coca-Cola)
  • 4Microwave on High stirring every 4-5 mins until the noodles have absorbed the cola and you have a sticky reside on your noodles.(they should be almost caramel brown) For my microwave this normally takes about 20mins, but microwaves vary.
  • 5Let cool for a few minutes and then enjoy!

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About Chinese on a budget

Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #ramen, #Noodles, #Cola, #Slimjim

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