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beer ramen


i found this one on the web but i don't remember where. this is no place for watery lager. it calls for a beer or ale with a full robust flavor. i usually use a brown or red ale from ice harbor brewery, my favorite local micro brewery. fat tire ale from the new belgium brewery is another good choice. most ramen recipes are particularly handy for rv cooking, ie, minimum use of gas, not much heat buildup in the kitchen, and the pantry doesn't weigh much.


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  1. Heat oil in a medium sauce pan over medium heat
  2. Add broken noodles
  3. "stir frytil golden brown"
  4. Add soup and beer
  5. Cover
  6. Bring to a slow boil
  7. Reduce heat
  8. Simmer 6 minutes
  9. Uncover
  10. Simmer to thicken 4 minutes longer
  11. Serve
  12. With a baguette for sauce control
  13. A raw vegetable platter drizzled with key lime juice and a cold ale is a natural with this
  14. Addendum: the last time i did this one i had some leftover grilled andoulle sausages which i had frozen
  15. I nuked 2 of them to thaw them and add them to the soup
  16. Both of us were suitably impressed

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 4

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