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Old 01-07-2016, 12:57 PM
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Default EGG FOO OLD

Classic eats if ya ask me, really good for and filling for cheap.

You will need:
2 eggs
1 top ramen (With season packet)
(Optional) Vianna saucage or spam

First get your noodles all soft but not too soft, they will be in a pan soon.
Once your noodles are done crack in two eggs and pour in your seasoning packet and mix it all up. You can get by with just one egg but i like more eggy-ness
Once its mixed put this in a frying pan and keep it moving! You are going to basically scramble the eggs.
Once solid take off the heat and BOOM you have a cheap and filling meal for yourself.

Optional step: put in some spam or vianna saucage before ya cook it all for a nice meaty flavoring. P:
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Old 01-07-2016, 02:17 PM
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Default Re: EGG FOO OLD

When I ate top ramen I used to add an egg and some times meat bits, especially chicken. My kids loved it. Thanks for the memory.
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