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So I am teaching my son how to cook on a budget now that he's on his own. I saw this recipe and it took me back to my just getting started in adult life. Anyway what I had him do was buy the Ramen (10 for $3.00), 1/2 a rotisserie chicken, box of mushrooms. frozen peas, chicken stock and the spices (since he doesn't have ginger, onion powder and garlic powder). we followed the directions, but just a teaspoon of the spices and a dash of salt and pepper. But what we did was way out of left field, we added 1 cup chicken stock and 1 1/2 cup water. we dumped a hand full of peas, mushrooms and shred the chicken breast and let it come to a boil. Threw away the packet and added the top Ramen noodles for 3-5 min then served it up! It was really good, he loved it and It took me back to simpler times.
I agree with tho other reviewers who said that this recipe yielded too much spice. Because I read that prior to mixing the whole amount in I just added 3 tsps. to the soup. The spice amount seemed right but the ginger was strong. My guess
Holy Cow! Way to much ginger I started gagging! Hopefully you saw this comment before attempting because you really need to minimize the spices. I also ended up with almost half a cup of spice that was unusable. Like the idea though.