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Default Yoriko's onion ramen soup

My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen. One of them I really
enjoyed was her onion ramen soup. I liked it for breakfast but you could
have it any time. It uses a package of beef ramen.

1 medium onion, red or yellow, slice thin
1 pkg of beef ramen
2 tbs olive oil
1 tbs dry white wine
2 1/2 cups water
1/2 small bay leaf
dash garlic powder
dash dried thyme
pepper to taste

In a small saucepan, sauté the onions in the olive oil on medium low heat
until well browned, but not burned, 10-15 minutes.

Add the water, wine, bay leaf, garlic powder and thyme; simmer about 5
minutes. Break romen noodles in half and add them to the soup. Stir with a
fork and cook for 3 minutes. Add ramin flavor pack and stir. Season to taste
with pepper. Discard the bay leaf.

Makes 2 - 30 carb servings.




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My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen. One of them I really
enjoyed was her onion ramen soup. I liked it for breakfast but you could
have it any time. It uses a package of beef ramen.

1 medium onion, red or yellow, slice thin
1 pkg of beef ramen
2 tbs olive oil
1 tbs dry white wine
2 1/2 cups water
1/2 small bay leaf
dash garlic powder
dash dried thyme
pepper to taste

In a small saucepan, sauté the onions in the olive oil on medium low heat
until well browned, but not burned, 10-15 minutes.

Add the water, wine, bay leaf, garlic powder and thyme; simmer about 5
minutes. Break romen noodles in half and add them to the soup. Stir with a
fork and cook for 3 minutes. Add ramin flavor pack and stir. Season to
taste with pepper. Discard the bay leaf.

Makes 2 - 30 carb servings.


I used to eat Ramen, many years ago. I would eat the whole package though.
Can't do that now!


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My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen.

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Sounds really good.

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My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen.

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Sounds really good.

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The best thing about it is that it costs less than $1.00 to prepare.


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On Sep 9, 7:11*pm, "anon aka" wrote:
My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen. One of them I really
enjoyed was her onion ramen soup. I liked it for breakfast but you could
have it any time. It uses a package of beef ramen.

1 * *medium onion, red or yellow, slice thin
1 * *pkg of beef ramen
2 * *tbs olive oil
1 * *tbs dry white wine
2 1/2 cups water
1/2 small bay leaf
dash garlic powder
dash dried thyme
pepper to taste

In a small saucepan, sauté the onions in the olive oil on medium low heat
until well browned, but not burned, 10-15 minutes.

Add the water, wine, bay leaf, garlic powder and thyme; simmer about 5
minutes. Break romen noodles in half and add them to the soup. Stir with a
fork and cook for 3 minutes. Add ramin flavor pack and stir. Season to taste
with pepper. Discard the bay leaf.

Makes 2 - 30 carb servings.


Thanks for posting this Anon. My hubby loves Ramen Noodles, and I'm
sure he will like this. Also, seems quick and easy. I like that. :-)

Cheri


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Cheri wrote:
On Sep 9, 7:11 pm, "anon aka" wrote:
My late wife Yoriko, made a few things with ramen. One of them I really
enjoyed was her onion ramen soup. I liked it for breakfast but you could
have it any time. It uses a package of beef ramen.

1 medium onion, red or yellow, slice thin
1 pkg of beef ramen
2 tbs olive oil
1 tbs dry white wine
2 1/2 cups water
1/2 small bay leaf
dash garlic powder
dash dried thyme
pepper to taste

In a small saucepan, sauté the onions in the olive oil on medium low heat
until well browned, but not burned, 10-15 minutes.

Add the water, wine, bay leaf, garlic powder and thyme; simmer about 5
minutes. Break romen noodles in half and add them to the soup. Stir with a
fork and cook for 3 minutes. Add ramin flavor pack and stir. Season to taste
with pepper. Discard the bay leaf.

Makes 2 - 30 carb servings.


Thanks for posting this Anon. My hubby loves Ramen Noodles, and I'm
sure he will like this. Also, seems quick and easy. I like that. :-)

Cheri


One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.


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One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.



Actually, my husband who eats it is *very* healthy, not overweight at
all, great BP etc, and non-diabetic. Myself, I don't eat them. Anon
uses insulin, so it's probably not a problem for him either.

Cheri

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Cheri wrote:
On Sep 10, 1:28 pm, Janet Wilder


One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.



Actually, my husband who eats it is *very* healthy, not overweight at
all, great BP etc, and non-diabetic. Myself, I don't eat them. Anon
uses insulin, so it's probably not a problem for him either.

Cheri


My DH uses insulin, too, but he also watches his carb intake. 63 grams
of carbs would be quite a bolus. An entire meal is, at most, 35 grams.

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Cheri wrote:
On Sep 10, 1:28 pm, Janet Wilder


One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.



Actually, my husband who eats it is *very* healthy, not overweight at
all, great BP etc, and non-diabetic. Myself, I don't eat them. Anon
uses insulin, so it's probably not a problem for him either.

Cheri


My DH uses insulin, too, but he also watches his carb intake. 63 grams of
carbs would be quite a bolus. An entire meal is, at most, 35 grams.

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Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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Cheri wrote:
On Sep 10, 1:28 pm, Janet Wilder


One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.



Actually, my husband who eats it is *very* healthy, not overweight at
all, great BP etc, and non-diabetic. Myself, I don't eat them. Anon
uses insulin, so it's probably not a problem for him either.

Cheri


My DH uses insulin, too, but he also watches his carb intake. 63 grams of
carbs would be quite a bolus. An entire meal is, at most, 35 grams.

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Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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The two brands of ramen available in my area both have 50 net carbs per
package. They have 52g carb and 2g fiber. I don't know what brand has 63.





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Cheri wrote:
On Sep 10, 1:28 pm, Janet Wilder


One package of ramen noodle soup has over 63 grams of carbohydrates.
It's also full of fat and sodium. You all must be pretty healthy folks
to be able to eat ramen noodles,especially with diabetes.

Actually, my husband who eats it is *very* healthy, not overweight at
all, great BP etc, and non-diabetic. Myself, I don't eat them. Anon
uses insulin, so it's probably not a problem for him either.

Cheri

My DH uses insulin, too, but he also watches his carb intake. 63 grams of
carbs would be quite a bolus. An entire meal is, at most, 35 grams.

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Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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The two brands of ramen available in my area both have 50 net carbs per
package. They have 52g carb and 2g fiber. I don't know what brand has 63.




I use the USDA SR20 for nutrition information. We don't net out any
fiber less than 5 grams per serving. We've had several Diabetes
educators and that seems to be the way they do it. The only diet that
I'm aware of that nets out less than 5 grams of carbs (and sugar
alcohols at 100%) is Atkins.

We'll stick to homemade soups with better nutritional values.

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Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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